Latest motion imaging industry Stories

2008-10-15 09:00:21

The Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers (http://smpte.org), the leading technical society for the motion imaging industry, will honor 15 entertainment technology innovators from leading corporations and universities at a gala ceremony at SMPTE 2008: Annual Tech Conference & Expo (http://smpte2008.org). Five gold medal awards will be bestowed, including the prestigious Progress Medal, which will be given to Birney D. Dayton, chairman and chief technical officer of...

2008-10-07 09:00:33

The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (http://smpte.org), the leading international technical society for the motion imaging industry, is forming a technology committee to standardize mastering and packaging formats for content distributed over broadband networks. Such a broadband standard could fuel fresh business models by enabling consumers to purchase entertainment from any online destination and play it back on any device. The committee's launch highlights SMPTE's...

2008-09-23 09:00:40

Pioneering show runners Jesse Alexander ("Heroes,""Lost"), Tim Kring ("Heroes,""Crossing Jordan"), Javier Grillo-Marxuach ("The Middleman,""Medium") and Naren Shankar ("CSI,""UC: Undercover") will partake in an in-depth panel discussion about transmedia--branding and storytelling across multiple media channels--at SMPTE 2008: Annual Tech Conference & Expo (http://smpte2008.org). They are the first of several top creative talents to be named to the trend-defining session, which will be...

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