8 blog posts found matching keyword search for: audiovisual in New York
#AudioVisual Pros Will Stay Ahead of the Curve by Attending the 2015 Audio Video Expo in Denver
For over 20 years, AVX has brought together vendors and professionals from all across the country who specialize in video, sound, broadcast, animation, engineering, and media.
Can the Sharing Economy Transform the Audio-Visual Market?
The audiovisual market is poised for a sharing economy “takeover.” The AV market alone generates $91 billion a year, and is projected to be a $114 billion by 2016 (infoComm). Virtually every industry relies on AV technologies to facilitate and support communications, entertainment, and other related services. It is only a matter of time before the sharing economy approach infiltrates and transforms the AV industry by offering convenience, efficiency, expanded choice, social interaction, competitive pricing and other benefits. Some early players are already introducing the sharing economy idea to the AV Industry:
Remote post-production in Brazil
They say necessity is the mother of invention. 2020 is a case in point. Social distancing and widespread lockdowns during the coronavirus pandemic have fast-tracked a global digital transformation. Billions of people have found new ways to work remotely and connect with each other. In the audiovisual industry, productions have found new ways to continue, facilitated by live streaming, virtual production tools and video conferencing technology, not to mention super-fast connectivity thanks to 4G, 5G and fibre optics. Post-production, in some cases, has actually thrived.
How to Choose a Location for Your Corporate Event
If you are organizing a corporate event, you likely have dozens of questions on your mind. Typically, the first thing you will need to find is a venue or location that suits everyone. Some common questions include: whether it should be close to the company’s office for convenience or further away to feel more like a retreat; will you have entertainment or a prominent keynote speaker, and how will the venue accommodate your program? To help you work your way through these critical questions, we have compiled some factors to consider when looking for that perfect venue for your corporate event.
Tips for Writing a Successful Screenplay
If you ask me, there are too many hot tips, cool trends, inside info and "secrets to success" to mention.
Highlighting Incredible Women in Production: Directors of Photography
Each year, more and more women filmmakers are stepping into critical roles and getting the credit they deserve, from directing to camera operation, production design and editing. In this piece, we're celebrating just a few of the incredible women DPs by highlighting their accomplishments, their stories, and advice they have for other women in the industry, as well as some of their most notable work.
"Best" in Everything Corporate: Firms, Videos and Equipment
For most people who hear the title "corporate video production", I would imagine that some of the first words that come to mind are boring, dull, stiff, or lame. You'd be surprised to find that some companies are producing corporate videos that are anything, but lame.
Working In the Shadows: In Recognition of Colorists
Lou Daumas works as a colorist at a post production house in NYC named Magic Lantern. Located in the center of Chelsea, the company is known for high-end documentary and branded content finishing work for clients like Netflix, HBO, Facebook, CNN, and National Geographic. They recently worked with Academy Award winning Little Monster Films for the new global ad campaign with adventurer Jimmy Chin and the drone company DJI.