5 Professional Tips for Filming with Drones

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Camera drones are all the rage, and we’re seeing them everywhere – like the snow ski run above.  But a great number of young filmmakers are using them without any experience whatsoever.  Not only does that end up with bad results, but with a drone, you can end up in jail!  So I asked John Montana, from No Title Production Films to give us a few tips on using drones.  Here’s what John suggested:

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New Media’s New Passion for Old Television

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Just when most critics of TV were convinced online platforms had nailed the TV coffin shut, a resurrection of sorts is happening. And of all places, that TV resurrection is happening because of the online platforms we thought would would kill it. This year alone, online companies like Vice Media, BuzzFeed, Huffington Post and others are moving into new territory:

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Breaking News: Young People Prefer Streaming Television

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Recently, Variety Magazine reported that for audiences 8-18, streaming TV is the favorite entertainment delivery option.  Even more than video games, young people today are watching streaming video. However (and this is a big however) watching LIVE TV is still what they spend the most time doing. Here’s the breakdown of viewing habits:

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How People Watch TV in a Multiscreen Era

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Recently, Variety Magazine highlighted a study by Strategy Analytics that attempted to understand how people view television in the multiscreen era. I’ve written before that television is alive and well, and shouldn’t be written off in the age of the Internet. But there’s no question, the way people view programming is changing. Overall, when it comes to viewing habits these days, here’s the breakdown:

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