Archive for April, 2011
In this Episode – recorded while Philip was still in Las Vegas before the NAB Show ended – Terence and Philip share their thoughts on the sneak peek of Final Cut Pro X. The good, the bad and the questions.
Many thanks to Isai Espinoza for editing the show again and making us sound smart and for turning this around so quickly.
Terence and Philip consider the changes to the financial dynamics caused by Netflix’s funding of House of Cards. Is Netflix a new studio model? Where’s the opportunity for innovation in programming if everything is data driven?
Philip’s NAB session on “Growing and Monetizing an Audience” is mentioned. If you want to go and haven’t yet registered register at http://bit.ly/NABSM08 to get the discount automatically, or at http://www.nabshow/register using the code SM08.
Late breaking – Google is also getting into the content business. (If you hit the WSJ paywall, head to news.google.com and search for “Google to revamp YouTube with Channels”)