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Date: 2009-11-27
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Social Media Marketing: "Tradeshow Marketing" For the Online Medium
Prior to starting at a social media marketing agency, I was a corporate sales executive. Throughout my career I loved attending trade shows. It was different; it got me out of the standard routine of cold calling and scheduled meetings. It also appealed to me because of the unique way in which I could get in front of my potential client base to build relationships, answer questions and build my company's brand.
Engine Room is proud to have been tapped by the creatives at CNN On-Air to produce its Fall Season image spot for Larry King Live. The spot highlights the stature of the broadcast icon, with a unique behind-the-scenes view of his legendary, Los Angeles-based news studio.

STEELE Studios accelerates RED workflow with Quantel for Cindy Crawford
New commercials put to bed in record time on Pablo by leading LA post boutique
STEELE Studios (formerly STEELE VFX), known for its wide variety of services including DI, Visual Effects, Graphics, Online and Beauty, has recently purchased new Quantel technology to provide dramatically faster RED One Camera workflows.
Diana's Top 10 Final Cut Pro 7 Features #4 - Sharing Your Sequence
New to Final Cut Pro 7 is an export function called Share. Gone are the days where you have to figure out your compression settings to export a sequence. One set of settings for your ipod, another for the web, another to create a DVD. Now, all you have to do is choose your destination and Final Cut Pro will determine the best settings for you!
Meeting the challenge of the 3D stereoscopic revolution. . . An Interview with Jeff Olm, Colorist Extraordinaire
As digital cinematography comes into its own, new roles are emerging for key players on the production team. Nobody knows this better than Jeff Olm, who is constantly working at the cutting edge of digital technology and whose current duties encompass Digital Stereo Effects and Colorist. Having started his visual effects career as an assistant editor in 1986 at The Post Group, Jeff now has over 50 film credits to his name including, Seabiscuit (Sequence Colorist), Reign of Fire (skydiving sequence Lead Compositor), Titanic, Spiderman, Castaway, Armageddon, Black Hawk Down and Harry Potter (visual effects compositing and/or color grading).
Navigating the Thin Blue Line
The Importance of Training and Policy Management
Today's law-enforcement officer has to contend with a bevy of issues that arise from not following protocol: pay loss, sizable fines, extra labor hours, missed criminal convictions, and, ultimately, loss of employment. With all the new digital documentation devices available, it would seem that a better policy-management and employee-testing software system would be firmly in place. Unfortunately, there's always that one lawsuit that leaks out, and the media runs wild with it.

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