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Content Insider #582 - Social Video
Social Media Video Vying for Streaming Viewing Time
Content Insider #582 - Social Video
Social media video is big business, at least it is for Google, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit and the companies that were born on the iNet because wherever you find a few thousand or tens-of-thousands of viewers gather you'll find ads. That spells profits for them. The more viewers/followers, the more dollars they rake in. Along the way the social creators make money.They aren't my "gotta watch" OTT channels but when they start adding more real news we might tune in a little more often. But it is a great place for movies, TV series to reach new viewers. It can also be a great place for indie filmmakers to promote their work and themselves Read More

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IQS announces partnership with the Yext Network
IQS announces partnership with the Yext Network
Industrial Quick Search, Inc. and IQSDirectory have entered into a partnership agreement with YEXT which will let IQS efficiently manage your major online listings using the Yext platform. Yext provides an interface with over 100 directory publishers that allows immediate listings and updates to all properties. Read More
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Content Insider - IBC Hunt
Content Insider - IBC Hunt
With IBC only a few months away it's the beginning of hunting season. Writers, photographers and news film crews will be hunting for informative sessions, interesting industry leaders, real news about the products/services that will be most widely used next year and yes catching up with old friends. Publicists will be seeing how many media badge wearers they can bag. It doesn't matter if it's old news, new news or no news; it's all about the badges. But, it doesn't take much to do it right just common sense and commitment. Your boss and folks with media badges at IBC will really appreciate it! Read More
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Avoiding Footage Loss - Tactics for Storing and Recovering Data
Avoiding Footage Loss - Tactics for Storing and Recovering Data
Months of planning and work can go into a filmmaking scene. There's the set design, lighting, location scouting, and many other facets that all need to work in concert to pull off a great shoot. With all of the care and attention put into the production, there should be more directed towards the actual product. If the footage data is damaged, corrupted, or incomplete, then all of the efforts going into a shoot were wasted. High-end cameras are not foolproof, and occasionally errors occur that disrupt the data. And people are certainly not foolproof, as they sometimes make unwise decisions about storing and protecting data. Thankfully, there are some best practices production teams and filmmakers can follow to best protect valuable footage. Read More
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Exploring "The Depths" of Filmmaking
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"The Depths" blew audiences away at the Manhattan Film Festival where it won Best Feature Film. Telling the story of two men desperate for success, "The Depths" follows wannabe screenwriters Mickey Hansen (Patch Darragh, "Sully") and Ray Ferguson (Michael Rispoli, "Sopranos") who decide to fully explore the depths of murder and crime as part of their writing process. Also starring Charlotte Kirk ("Vice"), Hampton Fluker ("Shades of Blue") and Michelle Veintimilla ("Gotham"), "The Depths" was shot by DP Omar Portilla with a Blackmagic Cinema Camera and graded by Colorist Tim Buttner with Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve Studio. Read More
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How Artificial Intelligence Is Projected To Influence The Automotive Industry
How Artificial Intelligence Is Projected To Influence The Automotive Industry
Artificial intelligence and data science are two main technologies that forms the processes of the automotive. Since 2017, Udacity selected a group of 18 talented engineers (out of hundreds of applicants) to form the Self-Racing Cars team Udacity offer the first self-driving Nanodegree program. The program was Built in partnership with Uber, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Nvidia. After a huge success, Udacity introduced another Nanodegree program for the beginners. At last, MIT and university introduced their courses in the automotive industry. Read More

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