Tom Sahara of Turner Networks

Kenny, Tom
April 2010
Mix;Apr2010, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p72
An interview with Tom Sahara, senior director of remote operations at Turner Networks is presented. According to him the biggest issue faced by the television industry is the need for television education and getting a workforce that could create workflow tools to get the job done. He states, this is the main reason behind the creation of DTV Audio Group where the people are involved in surround sound since it's beginning. He also argues that in this process Internet delivery complicate matters.


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