Well, it’s official: Everyman is up for two awards at the 2002 B-Movie Film Festival in New York—Best Editing and Special Achievement. The festival awards are on October 5-6….
It’s Celebrity Smack Down time for the two leaders in digital video editing. Check out Discovery Channel producer Peter May’s detailed comparison of Apple’s Final Cut Pro (which I’m currently using to master Richard the Second) and Avid’s new Avid Xpress DV. (I use AvidXpress with Digital-S for educational projects at work). Bottom line: Final… Continue reading
You’re not likely to get a more different take on remembering Martin Luther King Jr. than this one from First Things editor Rev. Richard John Neuhaus.
Interesting news on POD outfit iUniverse from Publisher’s Weekly reporter Steve Zeitchik: Saying you were more than a subsidy publisher but not quite a traditional house always seemed to us like saying you were half pregnant. But iUniverse may soon prove that such unlikely feats are possible (the publishing, not the half-pregnancy). The Nebraska firm… Continue reading
CNET plans to adopt a pay-for-placement strategy to keep afloat. This from the excellent Dotcom Scooper Ben Silverman: Sources familiar with the situation say that unless a last minute snag occurs, CNet’s popular Download.com software portal is slated for an overhaul on Monday. The “new” Download.com would employ a pay-for-placement model, similar to one the… Continue reading