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Miller, 16×9 and Zylight to Sponsor the b-roll.net BASH

Thanks to 16×9,Inc for joining the party as our newest sponsor of the b-roll.net BASH. They join our main sponsors Miller Camera Support and avid supporters Zylight, in making sure this year’s party is the best. I’m looking forward to meeting up with all my b-roller friends at the Harley Davidson Cafe on April 12, 2010 (6-9pm). The room is filling up fast, so be sure to register today!

b-roll.net BASH 2010 – April 12 @ NAB

UPDATE: The BASH is just around the corner. Be sure to REGISTER now! There’s nothing like a group of photogs hanging out with some good barbecue and frosty brews. We’ve been doing b-roll.net meetups at NAB since my first trip to Sin City in 2001. The parties didn’t truly take off until a few Aussie’s from Miller Camera Support decided to join the BASH. The parties continue to grow and …

Great time at the b-roll.net BASH 09

For me, the new products at the NAB show are nothing compared to the excitement of the annual b-roll.net BASH. Back in 2000, I took my first trip to Vegas to see the biggest broadcast trade show. Before there were blogs, facebook and twitter, I posted info on a “meet up” at the Monte Carlo Brewing Company. About six people got together to share some stories and a have a…

Stories from NAB09

I always have grand plans when I hit the floor of NAB. Meet with vendors. Learn about new products. Take pictures. Shoot video. Edit stories and get them on b-roll.net as quickly as possible. Looks easy on paper, but even with the great assistance that I’ve had over the years (Stewart Pittman, Chris Weaver, Brad Ingram, JL Watkins and the perennial lifesaver, Andy Grossman) it’s still a little too much…

Photos from NAB 2009

More pictures from NAB – including the b-roll.net BASH. More pix and stories to follow. [nggallery id=6]

First Big News – Avid Changes Logo

Ok… not the most exciting thing, but the first “surprise.” So what does it mean for a company to change there logo? Is a NEW Avid in the works? We’ll see…

Sunday in Vegas

It’s a beautiful morning. The weather is perfect. Sun is out. And due to my East Coast clock being 3 hours off, I can’t sleep. Might as well explore the quiet streets of Vegas (at least they’re sort of quiet this time of day). The crew member from my hotel is sweeping up the promotions from the night before and getting ready to start the party all over again. I’m…