Seeking HD Sports

Kaufman, Debra
March 2003
Millimeter;Mar2003, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p66
Trade Publication
Focuses on the use of high-definition (HD) acquisition for commercial campaigns in the U.S. Use of 24p HD from Sony; Involvement of agency Young and Rubicam Inc. with HD; Launch of Dreams project to give commercial directors experience using Sony's HD cameras.


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