Kenny, Tom
April 2011
Mix;Apr2011, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p28
An interview with Howard Schwartz, chief executive officer (CEO) of audio post-production company HSR NY is presented. According to Schwartz, one must read everything and spot a trend to stay in business particularly in New York which is a good place to be. Moreover, Schwartz adds that they were working on a new option that comes with bi-directional 780p picture and running into multiple formats and deliverables. INSET: Howie's Vegas Picks.


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