Jul 18, 2003 — The campaign of former Vermont Governor and Democratic Presidential candidate Howard Dean, in May of this year, took politics a step further into the digital age with the launch of Howard Dean TV. Using the latest broadband technologies from TVTonic by Wavexpress, voters will have unprecedented access to speeches, Q&As and video of Dean, all via the Web. . . . → Read More: Howard Dean TV
Jul 18, 2003 — Communications expert Christine Zust spoke to the Cleveland Chapter about “Power Positioning” and emphasized the concept “Everything you do positions you!” Every time you send an e-mail to an internal or external customer, it positions you. The following suggestions will help you create and maintain the best possible positive impression. . . . → Read More: Power E-mail: Simple Techniques to Help You Enhance Your Communication Skills
Jul 18, 2003 — The phone call comes. It’s your client and he needs you to shoot in a different country. But your only experience with a different country has been on your vacation. Now what? . . . → Read More: A Primer to Producing Internationally
Jul 18, 2003, Chapel Hill, NC — It was 37 degrees and raining in central North Carolina the morning of April 7th, but in the home of Melanie and Jeff Raskin, the alarm clock, heedless of the weather, sounded loudly at 5:15 a.m. Melanie groaned. Jeff quickly found the off button, a hot shower, two aspirin, and extra clothes in preparation for a very unusual day on a very wet golf course. . . . → Read More: Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill Chapter News
Jul 16, 2003 — The hot and humid weather and the threatening thunder storm didn’t stop the crowds from attending MCA-I New York’s First Documentary Film Festival. The screening room at Goldcrest Post Production in Greenwich Village, New York City was filled with members and selected guests for this special event produced by MCA-I NY member and FOCUS film critic Lisa Yapp. . . . → Read More: The Films No One Ever Sees!