TransVergence Summit – TV’s Future: Second Screen, Smart TV, Over the Top TV & Beyond…?

This session addresses the impact of “digital ecosystems” through which audiences share and view content on a multitude of interconnected devices. These ecosystems are accelerating the ability for consumers to discover, choose and enjoy media, while media and entertainment companies are bundling and marketing their products and services for these new platforms and transmedia experiences. […]

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GoPro Announces the Hero3+ Black, Silver & White Edition Cameras


GoPro announces the latest version of their popular POV cam with the release of the Hero3+ Black, Silver & White Edition cameras. All smaller and lighter* and better performance and battery life. With added new features such as SuperView™ wide angle, Auto Low Light mode and 4x faster built-in Wi-Fi combined with a smaller profile […]

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The Print & Interactive Media Executive Conference


Media communication is now highly-integrated, multi-dimensional, and interactive across print and digital. With the emergence of new technologies and innovative business models transforming the media industry… How do creative agencies, print service providers, and publishers effectively plan, staff and capitalize on new opportunities? How do publishers manage new partnerships with brands, service and technology partners, […]

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Transmedia: The Snowden Effect


The topic of Edward Snowden and his leaked confidential documents have resoundingly rippled through American foreign policy. The impact of Snowden’s decision to release confidential documents, that have revealed the National Security Agency’s deepest secrets on political and foreign policy, is still a matter of considerable debate. You only need to tune into any current […]

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Smarter Smart Collections

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This week on MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin from Ripple Training shows us a great tip regarding Smart Collections in Final Cut Pro X. If you use iPhoto or iTunes, then you are already familiar with how Smart Collections operate: you create a set of criteria, or rules, that govern what appears in the collection. The […]

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