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Based in Hanover, Germany, TV Plus GmbH is a production house that creates programs for public television, but also for commercial broadcasters and corporations. Since its founding in 1997, TV Plus has produced hundreds of live shows, fictional dramas, children’s entertainment, late night programming, and documentaries.

Harvey brothers produce stunning videos for Seattle Seahawks

Video production pros gain clients and recognition for amazing video production work using Adobe Creative Cloud and Premiere Pro CC
Written by  |  May 14, 2015

For twin brothers Phillip and Kevin Harvey, having grown up in Moscow, Idaho, it was hard to imagine they would one day be standing on top of the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington with Dave Matthews, or in the middle of CenturyLink Field during the NFC Championship celebrations. The path that led them there was paved with both luck and hard work.

Documentary feature explores the journey of pregnancy in "40 Weeks"

Director and Editor Christopher Henze creates his first feature film using Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Written by  |  May 12, 2015

Christopher Henze learned the ropes of documentary filmmaking from veteran Jeff Gibbs, Co-Producer of Michael Moore’s film Fahrenheit 9/11. When Gibbs challenged Henze to decide what movie to make, he advised him to focus on something personal. At the time, Henze’s wife was pregnant, and it hit him that he could make a documentary that would honor the journey of pregnancy.

Dado Valentic blurs the lines between still and motion imagery

Master colorist and artist bring magic to cinema and fashion with Adobe Creative Cloud
Written by  |  May 6, 2015

Dado Valentic worked as a producer and DJ before discovering the world of color grading 10 years ago. The industry looked very different at that time, with only four color grading studios in London, so getting started was challenging. He learned his craft in Los Angeles before moving to London and opening his own company called Mytherapy. 

OK Go takes music videos to new heights

Creative team behind OK Go’s viral music video “I Won’t Let You Down” uses Adobe creative tools to visualize ambitious project
Written by  |  April 30, 2015

Alternative rock band OK Go is not only known for its catchy songs, but also for its highly creative music videos. Since the music video for Here It Goes Again—a single shot of the band dancing on treadmills—became a viral hit and won a 2007 Grammy Award, OK Go’s videography has continued to win fans around the world. Many of the band’s music videos involve single camera shots and precision choreography with inspiration taken from Rube Goldberg machines, animation, and optical illusions.

Missed NAB 2015? We bring it to you

New color, collaboration, mobile creativity, and magic from Adobe
Written by  |  April 29, 2015

Under the banner of “Creativity just got a lot more colorful,” Adobe revealed what’s coming next to the Creative Cloud video tools, showcasing the next versions at NAB 2015.

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“Thunderbirds” blasts back to the small screen

Top studios ITV Studios and Pukeko Pictures reimagine classic British sci-fi TV series using Adobe Creative Cloud
Written by  |  April 23, 2015

In 1965, Gerry and Sylvia Anderson introduced the world to adventure, excitement, and a whole new aesthetic look with the classic television series, Thunderbirds. Audiences gathered around their televisions to follow the adventures of International Rescue, led by the Tracy family and their fleet of advanced Thunderbird machines. Combining marionette puppetry and scale-model special effects, Thunderbirds is still one of the best examples of “supermarionation” ever seen on screen.

Corridor Digital delivers action and intensity

Filmmakers attract 3.2 million YouTube subscribers with high-energy content crafted with Adobe Creative Cloud
Written by  |  April 17, 2015

When Sam Gorski and Niko Pueringer first started shooting videos together in middle school, they never imagined that their hobby would lead to successful careers as filmmakers. Together with producer Jake Watson, they founded Corridor Digital in 2010. The company’s focus on fast action and amazing special effects has earned it more than 3.2 million YouTube subscribers. In addition to original short-form content, Corridor Digital frequently teams with corporations to bring its unique perspective to branded content.

The George Washington University adopts remote access model with Adobe Anywhere

University provides media students with Adobe Creative Cloud for creativity, Adobe Anywhere for collaboration and remote access
Written by  |  April 15, 2015

It’s an exciting time to be a media student at the George Washington University (GW), particularly for those who enjoy working in their pajamas. In 2014, GW became the first university to deploy Adobe Anywhere in the classroom. Adobe Anywhere is a workflow platform that offers remote streaming video capability, collaborative editing functionality, and version control. The university also acquired Creative Cloud for enterprise to provide individual subscriptions for students at the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences (CCAS), along with GW faculty and staff. CCAS information system analyst Randy Shore has taken a leading role in the project, and is working with Adobe to bring these powerful tools to the world of higher education.

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