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Date: 2008-11-03
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The state of the broadcast industry: The Switchover to HD
JVC's Dave Walton discusses HD transition with DMN contributor Kevin McAuliffe
With High Definition television becoming more and more a part of our daily lives, consumers are now finding themselves scrambling to find content from their cable or satellite providers. Blu-ray and digital download services such as iTunes are giving people a vast amount of choice when it comes to movies and television shows, but what is happening with broadcasters? It almost seems like they are being left behind when it comes to switching their facilities over to HD to satisfy the growing consumer demand for HD content.
The Evolution of Online Advertising Technology
More Targeting, Less Privacy (Part Two)
Even with the cookie-type behavioral advertising technology, there was a way for users to prevent these ads from targeting them. They could set their machines not to accept any cookies at all by setting their browser security setting to high. This solved the privacy issue, although many websites would (intentionally or not) render improperly with this setting on.

Stun & Buster Play "Dirty Politics" with Creation of Humorous Animated Segments for Discovery Nov. 4 Special
Eleven "Dirty Presidents" animated segments, created by the award winning agency Stun Creative and its motion graphics division Buster Design, will air during a special election night marathon of Discovery Channels DIRTY JOBS with Mike Rowe.
Red Rentals Mexico Gets Top Results with the SCRATCH-RED 4K Digital Workflow
Rodrigo Huerta and Luis Bustamante, founders of Red Rentals Mexico, knew that filmmakers and agencies are looking for more economical methods for creating and producing high-quality films, documentaries, and TV commercials. With the advent of RED's 4K digital camera, as well as the SCRATCH-RED 4K Digital Workflow, they immediately realized the potential for producing digital imagery projects on par with 35mm film yet at substantially lesser cost.
Introduction to Internet Searching: Tour of Google
A brief history and tips on using
In this video training series, host Patrick Crispen explores the history of Google from its beginning as Backrub, which measured links back to Web pages. He talks about the history of Google since 1998 when it started as Google. Patrick talks about the huge amount of information that is in the Google database, its popularity, and how to search using the Google Search engine, including Google images, Google News, Google Groups, and Google Answers.
Empire Design's Timon Mahony on the Autodesk Smoke and Autodesk Lustre Workflow
Founded in 1996, Empire Design started out creating movie posters exclusively for print. The company's work became so renowned that clients began asking if it also did trailers. It didn't, but realized it should. Today, the London- and New York-based company creates both posters for high profile films -- including The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, and the upcoming James Bond feature Quantum of Solace - and intriguing and compelling film trailers for movies such as The Bourne Ultimatum, The Last King of Scotland, Knocked Up, and many more.

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