Some CinemaTech 'greatest hits'
Here are some of the postings that have generated the most traffic over the past few months:
- Some headlines and commentary from the day Apple introduced its video iPod
- A conversation will Barry Diller, former TV and movie bigwig, about the value of user-generated content on the Web
- My visit to the projection booth as a Dolby technician was preparing a theater in Dublin, CA to show "Chicken Little" in 3-D
- A Q&A with Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Landmark Theatres, HDNet, and several movie production companies
- A dispatch from George Lucas' keynote at the Siggraph computer graphics conference, from August 2005
- My report from a recent demo of Sony's 4K, ultra-high-resolution digital cinema projector
- A conversation with Bob Greene of Starz about digital distribution and movies on portable devices
- Reed Hastings of Netflix reacts to the Supreme Court's Grokster decision, and talks about the future of Internet movie downloads
- And finally, if you're into audio, here's a link to a radio piece from Boston's NPR affiliate that talks about the digital cinema transition
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