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MCAINY: GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

Welcome to the new MCAINY Archive! The New York Chapter of the Media Communications Association is no more. After several difficult years, it formally disbanded in November 2008. As the New York chapter’s final president, I have felt a responsibility to preserve the artifacts of our time as New York’s preeminent organization for visual communications professionals, and for the past two years, I have done just that, in files and boxes around my office. . . . → Read More: MCAINY: GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

National Television Academy Announces Two New Emmy Awards for Advanced Media

Jul 21, 2003 — Shelly Palmer and Marty Yudkovitz, co-chairs of the Advanced Media Technology Awards committee of the National Television Academy have announced the Call for Entries for two new Emmy Awards to be given out at this year’s National Television Academy Technology & Engineering Awards. . . . → Read More: National Television Academy Announces Two New Emmy Awards for Advanced Media

How Are News Media Handling the War in Iraq?

April 8, 2003 — “War Diary Spins Web of Intrigue,” “Searching for Foes Door to Door,” “Shock and Awe,” “Are Iraqis Flipping Us Off?,” and “Rumsfeld’s Calibration Fetish,” …. What do these phrases have in common? . . . → Read More: How Are News Media Handling the War in Iraq?

JAMIE XV Reigns in NJ

Mar 26, 2003 — The 15th annual JAMIEs [Jersey Awards for Media Innovation and Excellence], sponsored by MCA-I North Jersey and Princeton, were held in Paramus, NJ, on Saturday, March 22, 2003. A total of 3 Gold, 10 Silver, and 13 Bronze awards were presented in the categories of Training, Informational, Sales & Marketing, Broadcast & Cable and Multimedia, each divided into above- and below-$30,000 groupings. . . . → Read More: JAMIE XV Reigns in NJ

What Happened to Streaming?

Nov 14, 2002 — Why it is so difficult to find positive news about the streaming media industry? During the dot-com gold rush era, everyone spoke about streaming. In the good old days, Wall Street over-estimated and purchased streaming companies by millions of dollars. Today, most media producers will think twice before spending their capital on streaming related equipment or applications. What went wrong? . . . → Read More: What Happened to Streaming?