Bright new opportunity, spam graveyard, or place to insult customers?
Guest column by Raad Raad, MD, MxN.
Vidya Nath talks about video optimisation.
Lenses are the fingerprints of a director.
IBC matters more this year than it does in most other years.
A word from the editor of Sound & Stage.
Piracy kills the incentive for creation and hence the economy.
Top tips for assembling a personal video and editing workstation.
Do you know the difference? Suzzanne Rebello gives us the lowdown.
What can the Middle East offer the global content industry?
DPme.com's VFX expert Suzanne Rebello is animated about 3D production.
Abu Dhabi is the new rising media star in the region, and all eyes in the broadcast world are now focused on how the UAE capital is looking to take its media business ahead of the existing competition.
Modern TV news handling began to change dramatically in the 1970s with a 'rough cut' transition from 16mm film capture and film editing to electronic camcorder capture and linear tape editing.
Copyright laws are just as applicable to in-flight entertainment as they are on the ground and must be carefully managed and monitored, say lawyers Lara Haidar and Mostyn Rischmueller.
The illegal use of music has artists, song writers and music publishers crying foul play demanding further measures be taken to protect their work and hold offenders accountable.
The entry of DVB-H into the local market will throw up some interesting legal issues, says Arjun Aiyar of The Rights Lawyers.