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How To Pitch TV: A Case Study
Film & Television 20th Jan 2015
If you want to develop a pitch so you can pitch TV, this post is designed to break down the development process into twelve steps.
Tired of the Boring Old Three Point Lighting? An Alternative Setup To The Rescue
Film & Television 20th Jan 2015
The headshot, the interview, the portrait lighting we all have to film time and time again . . . it can get quite boring, and often my instincts tell me that you just can’t light by a standard formula. Lighting techniques should be fluid.
Online Video Sharing: 8 Rules To Follow
Film & Television 20th Jan 2015
Online video sharing can be a more complicated task than people often think. How do you know your video content will be safe? How do you know your video content won’t buffer?
Why color levels go wrong in different color spaces
Film & Television 20th Jan 2015
Don’t confuse YUV color space with RGB color space. The differences are critical for broadcast signals.
Using an Atomos Ninja Star to make an older camera better than new
Film & Television 19th Jan 2015
Craig Marshall recently purchased an Atomos Ninja Star portable ProRes recorder to give his three year-old Sony HD ‘hybrid’ a new lease of life.
Adobe releases Lightroom mobile for Android
Film & Television 19th Jan 2015
Adobe is releasing Lightroom mobile for Android today, bringing its powerful photo editor to another major mobile platform.
Filmmakers: Here's Everything You Need to Know About Release Windows
Film & Television 16th Jan 2015
Has an all-rights offer worth taking eluded you and your film? Have you considered constructing a DIY and/or hybrid distribution strategy for your film?
South African Farmer Wants A Guy
Film & Television 16th Jan 2015
American TV might have reality TV shows like the Bachelor and the Bachelorette but over here in South Africa we have gay farmers looking for husbands on national TV.
The age of drone filming
Film & Television 16th Jan 2015

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2015 trends: Expect to see plenty more dramatic, sweeping aerial shots in factual, comedy and drama shows in 2015.
Sub-Saharan Africa pay TV revenues to rocket to $6.2 billion
Film & Television 16th Jan 2015
Pay TV revenues in Sub-Saharan Africa will reach $6.22 billion in 2020, up from $3.54 billion in 2014 and $1.92 billion in 2010, according to a new report from Digital TV