Weiss, David
April 2008
Mix;Apr2008, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p131
The article features audio post houses Color and Hobo Audio Co. in New York City in 2006. Color executive producer Jeff Rosner and crews Josh Abbey and Kevin Halpin, said the business was decided because of his connection and mixers' reputation. Meanwhile, Hobo Audio Co. was founded by Howard Bowler, who based his move from experience as former executive at Grey Advertising. Both agreed that the industry will continue to grow and what they can offer to clients are skill and experience.


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