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Preproduction

Crewing and Gearing Up for Preproduction

Crewing_Img1147Robert Massey is a cinematographer and the president of Pulse Media, Inc., a full-service video production company. He recalls a producer once telling him, “I have a high-maintenance client, and I don’t need a high-maintenance vendor.” The message was clear: bogged down by pressures to cut costs and satisfy the often contradictory demands of clients, today’s producers have enough to worry about in preproduction. This is why the one-stop shop provided by many crew companies is more needed than ever. “Producers want things to be easy,” explains Massey. “We provide that.”

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Capital Region

OnLoc_DC_Georgetown_Canal_credit_Destination_DCBlessed with a wealth of locations just waiting to be discovered, West Virginia hit the cinematographic limelight with ABC’s “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution,” which filmed for four months in Huntington. Interspersed amongst raw stretches of diverse natural vistas, West Virginia offers filmmakers a series of superb location settings that include palaces, bunkers, observatories and prisons.

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RTW Names Mahmoud Chatah as Director of Marketing and Sales

RTW_Mahmoud_ChatahRTW, a distributor of professional audio metering and control devices for studio recording and radio and TV broadcast applications, announced the appointment of Mahmoud Chatah as the company’s new Director of Marketing and Sales. In this role, Chatah will draw upon his extensive background in international marketing and sales strategies and management in the technology industry to further enhance the RTW brand throughout the world.

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Hollywood Studios Announce Support for Ultraviolet Format

Six of Hollywood’s largest studios including Lionsgate Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox, Universal Pictures and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. today announced their support for the UltraViolet service and format created by the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE).  Complementing the physical DVD and Blu-ray home entertainment markets, studios will begin offering UltraViolet content this year through digital online retailers and digital rights that come with packaged media, giving consumers the ability to watch digital entertainment across multiple platforms such as connected TVs, PCs, game consoles and smartphones.

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Universal Virtual Stage 1

Universal Studios just announced the opening of the Universal Virtual Stage 1 (UVS1). The former Sound Stage 36 has been converted into a pre-rigged, pre-calibrated virtual production studio with a green-screen stage that includes motion capture and real-time camera tracking for on-set visualization capabilities. The facility also offers two editing bays, a 60-terabyte server room and production office space attached to the stage. For more information, contact Aaron Rogers at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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