TV Academy Announces Creative Arts Emmy Awards

September 12, 2016

Here are the results of the Academy of Television’s EMMY Awards for post production on Saturday at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. Additional editing awards, including for non-fiction and reality, will be announced on Sunday […]

Technical Challenges

August 1, 2016

The CBS-TV hit Big Brother, hosted by Julie Chen and now in its 18th season, has a winning formula: Viewers watch a diverse group of people living together in a house, as […]

I Cut My Teeth on Kinescopes

August 1, 2016

My interests in film and theatre started at Roy Elementary School in Northlake, Illinois, when I got to do lighting for school plays. […]

Post-Production Trumps Politics

August 1, 2016

If you can get past the non-stop distraction of the build-up to our nation’s bitterly contested presidential election, which has been playing across media outlets like a real-time reality show […]

John Marshall Fuller

June 1, 2016

John Marshall Fuller, Sr. passed away on February 16, 2016 at the age of 61. John was raised in the small town of Greenlawn, New York, located on the North Shore of Long Island. […]

Not Your Grandfather’s ‘Roots’

June 1, 2016

“Behold Kunta Kinte.” If those words ring a bell, you were around for Roots, one of the most forward-thinking and groundbreaking events in the history of television. […]

Rebooting ‘Roots’

June 1, 2016

The idea to reboot the legendary, award-winning miniseries Roots nearly 40 years later was executive producer Mark Wolper’s, and it did not come easily. […]

The Art of the Supertease

December 1, 2015

What we do doesn’t achieve the kudos that our drama or cinema brothers and sisters do, but our work is still seen by millions of people all over the world and its technique is definitely worthy of more study. […]

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