- Post convergence. Avis, Tim // Variety;12/13/99, Vol. 377 Issue 5, p83
Deals with the role of British television in the post-production segment of motion pictures. Details on motion picture post-production works done by television; Case of Cinesite; Technological innovations on television broadcasting.
- Co-prods respond to Teuton taste for homegrown shows. Hils, Mirriam // Variety;05/26/97 Supplement, Vol. 367 Issue 4, p1
Focuses on the international coproduction deals in the German television market. Reasons of the rise of international coproduction deals; Concerns on the cost of producing television programs in Germany; Major television coproduction projects.
- Spread the risk, share the riches? Stanley, T.L., // Adweek Eastern Edition;6/2/1997, Vol. 38 Issue 22, TV upfront p22
Focuses on the growth of coproduction deals in television broadcasting in the United States. Reasons of independent production companies and networks in seeking coproduction ventures; Key elements of successful coproduction deals. INSET: Coproducer tote board..
- Silver Lining. // Time;8/25/1952, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p74
The article focuses on the significance of television (TV) to the film industry, according to filmmaker Dore Schary of MGM at a Harvard Club lunch in Los Angeles, California in 1952.
- Moving Data More Quickly. Whitney, Daisy // Television Week;5/5/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 18, p14
Announces that the U.S. Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers will soon issue its official seal of approval for material exchange format (MXF) technology in 2003. Background on the technology; Potential impact of its use on broadcast operations; Advantages of the technology.
- HD dailies lower costs, win converts. Graser, Marc // Variety;4/7/2003, Vol. 390 Issue 8, pA2
Focuses on the benefits of high-definition (HD) technology in the production of television programs and motion pictures. Cost savings from HDTV; Films that have used the process; Cautions on the used of HD.
- THE TELEVISION PROGRAMME. Cricks, R. H.; Parr, Geoffrey // British Kinematography;May1951, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p141
The article focuses on television programming as featured in the Telekinema. The lighting used is compared with that of a film. The technology of transmitting pictures from the foyer to the television screen inside the auditorium is described. A survey of the projection room and its equipment is...
- B'cast coin good news for film. Hopewell, John // Variety;05/14/2001, Vol. 382 Issue 13, p54
Discusses the changes made to co-productions in the motion picture and television industry in Spain. Requirements for co-productions; Factors that could affect the growth of co-productions with Spain.
- Telecine top for grades. // Televisual;Mar2008, p66
The article reports that telecine controllers rule the roost in Soho rather than non-linear systems with Pogle and DaVinci as the dominant names in grading. According to the author, commercial and promos are almost always go through telecine grade and many long-form projects opt out of a...