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Like many others, I’m already wondering what will fill my days and nights after Friday, August 10th. The Summer Olympics are an inspiration in more ways than one. But, there are two athletes that stand out and not just because they dominate everyone they compete against.
I’ve had the amazing opportunity to work in production since my college years. Over that time, I have worked on films, music videos and commercials. Today, I talked to Emily about some of my experiences and provide advice for those looking to get into the broadcast production industry. Listen to the podcast below for the full story.
The Olympics have taken over television, news and water cooler discussions for the last week. What’s going on from a marketing perspective? Today, Emily and I talked about what I see happening with Olympics and marketing.
Maybe at some point you’ve uploaded a photo to Facebook and noticed some funny encoding artifacts. It didn’t look quite as good as it did on your computer. Or, maybe you’ve uploaded a design piece with lots of solid colored areas and line art to Facebook, and noticed a lot of artifacts, and that it looks terrible. Let’s take a quick look at why that is, and what Facebook does to your images…
Lindsey Ingram is a master project manager and a master cake decorator. Today, I sat down with Lindsey to talk about the ways the two processes are similar and learned some key tips for managing these complicated tasks. (I also learned I shouldn’t use the flash on the phone when recording in the elevator. My apologies to Lindsey for the glare.)