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3 2015 Nov

SMPTE Student Film Fest Recognizes Tech in Films

SMPTE Student Film Fest Recognizes Tech in Films

Student films from all across the globe make up official selections

LOS ANGELES—As part of the upcoming SMPTE 2015 conference in Los Angeles, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers and Hollywood Post Alliance will host the SMPTE-HPA Student Film Festival. This one day festival, which will take place Tuesday, Oct. 27, recognizes the use and portrayal of technology in student films from all across the globe.

Here are the official selections:

Best Creative Use of Technology to Engage the Audience in the Story:

 

  • ‘Soulmates’ – Diego Manssur; Vancouver Film School, Canada
  • ‘Antler’ – Lam Kam Ho; Hong Kong Design Institute, China
  • ‘Apex’ – Mischa Kolbe; Vancouver Film School, Switzerland
  • ‘They Just Want to Sell’ – Gueschem Degni; Vancouver Film School, Canada
  • ‘After Invasion’ – Oleg Smykalov; Vancouver Film School, Canada
  • ‘Mind and Matter’ – Nawa Kamate; City College of New York, U.S.A.
  • ‘Still Got It’ – Roy O. Woodard; Los Angeles City College, U.S.A.

 

Best Portrayal of Entertainment Technology in the Film – Documentary Format:

 

  • ‘Virtual Reality Cinema Project’ – Anna Dining; Rochester Institute of Technology, U.S.A.
  • ‘Building for the Future: A City Tech Tale’ – Jonathan Burcin, Nicholas J. Burt-Miller, Diana V. David, André Gabriel, Jean L. Garcia, Joseph Larsen, Jeffrey N. Lawrence, Anjali Rawat, Gregory A. Scott; NYC College of Technology/CUNY, U.S.A.
  • ‘Untucked’ – Tait DeLorenzo; JMC Academy, Australia
  • ‘Girl and the Sea’ – Aya Al Gergawy; American University of Sharjah, Dubai

 

Best Creative Use of Virtual Reality in Storytelling:

 

  • ‘Phase Shift’ – Louis Arrigoni; Southampton Solent University, U.K.

 

SMPTE 2015 will take place from Oct. 26-29 in Los Angeles.

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18 2015 Feb

Postproduction Group Renames, Seeks to Expand Reach in Hollywood

The Hollywood Post Alliance last week announced it was rebranding itself as it looks to become more inclusive. The new Hollywood Professional Alliance plans to make room for an increasing number of entertainment production disciplines.

There’s a lot of behind-the-scenes work that keeps the film and television industries moving. And a trade group focused on postproduction work now wants to represent more “industry professionals working and serving across a much broader collaborative media ecosystem.”

Read full article here

 

11 2015 Feb

Hollywood Post Alliance Becomes The Hollywood Professional Alliance

Hollywood Post Alliance Becomes
The Hollywood Professional Alliance

Move underlines role as the leading trade organization for industry professionals across the content production, finishing, distribution through archive lifecycle

 

Indian Wells, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2015

The Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA®), the trade association serving the professional community of businesses and individuals providing expertise, support, tools and infrastructure for the creation and finishing of motion pictures, television, commercials, digital media and other dynamic media content, announced today that the organization has become The Hollywood Professional Alliance. The announcement was made during the association’s 21st Annual HPA Technology Retreat currently underway in Indian Wells, California. HPA will continue to serve as the organization’s acronym.

The Hollywood Post Alliance, whose traditional focus on the needs of the post production service industry, has helped to lead the conversation on the impact of the changing face of content creation and media. Over the course of the past two decades, the post production industry has been at the center of the most dynamic, technical and creative changes impacting the entertainment industry. These advances include camera technologies, visual effects, 3D, editing platforms, content security, creative collaboration technologies, display, content delivery and archive. The Board of Directors of the HPA undertook renaming the organization to reflect this dynamic environment. The Board believes that the new name will serve its current membership and welcome an ever-widening constituency.

Leon Silverman, President of the HPA, said of the transition, “The mission of the HPA will remain the same: to serve as a hub, thought leadership center and communications engine for our industry as changes in the creative process continue to motivate new ways of working. We believe that Professional is more inclusive and more accurately encompasses the creative talent, content holders, global infrastructure of services, as well as new and emerging platforms and processes that stretch from idea to display. The time has come to acknowledge the evolution of ‘post,’ and to focus on the professional community creating and executing the vision from a broad base of expertise.”

The HPA is in the midst of a consolidation with the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®), which is expected to be finalized in March of this year. Under the terms of that merger, the HPA will remain an independent organization, while fully collaborating on the many issues and interests they share.

Barbara Lange, Executive Director of SMPTE, noted, “We are enthusiastic about the new name and brand for HPA. There is great symmetry between HPA and SMPTE members who share technical expertise, creative vision, and the companies who make the content and the process possible. While there is some commonality in our memberships, each organization brings new audiences and voices to the conversation. We look forward to continuing our close relationships with the HPA and its members as our organizations continue to push forward into the future.”

The major annual HPA events, The HPA Tech Retreat and The HPA Awards, are set to continue as Hollywood Professional Alliance events. New branding for the HPA will be unveiled in April 2015. President Silverman and the current Board of the HPA will remain in place.

Silverman concluded, “This change is more about the interdependence of many professional disciplines rather than us defocusing on post production. In fact, there is more post production today than at any time in the past. It’s simply that post has moved upstream of traditional ‘finishing’ workflows directly into production and is increasingly involved in optimizing content over a new and exciting array of distribution channels and platforms. We feel that the new ‘HPA’ can help broaden the dialogue and provide support for industry professionals working and serving across a much broader collaborative media ecosystem.”

 

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17 2014 Dec

In fond memory of Randy Roberts

It is with great sadness that the HPA has learned of the passing of editor, producer and director Randy Roberts. A tireless advocate for American Cinema Editors, where he served on the board for nearly 20 years including stints as vice president and president, Randy will be missed by everyone he touched. Randy was most recently the recipient of the 2014 HPA Lifetime Achievement Award and we send our condolences to his family.

 

We would like to pass along this announcement which appears in the Hollywood Reporter written by HPA Board member and journalist Carolyn Giardina.

From the Hollywood Reporter:

 

Former ACE President Randy Roberts Dies at 69

The editor, producer and director edited series such as ‘Chicago Hope,’ ‘L.A. Law’ and ‘Early Edition’

Editor, producer and director Randy Roberts died Monday in his Los Angeles home after a battle with stomach cancer. He was 69.

He was the award-winning editor of hit series including Chicago HopeL.A. Law and Early Edition. But for all who knew him, he will most be remembered as a friend, mentor and champion of film editors.

Roberts served on American Cinema Editors’ board of directors for nearly two decades, as vp from 2005-08 and as president from 2008-12. Earlier this year, he received ACE’s Heritage Award for his lifetime commitment to ACE. And last month, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Hollywood Post Alliance.

Presenting the HPA Award, Wolf Films’ executive producer Arthur Fortney said of Roberts: “When you begin your career in any industry, you hope to find someone who believes in your talent, you’re especially blessed if they help shape you as an artist and as a human being. That person for me is my dear friend Randy Roberts. His belief in me has helped me with who I am today.” He concluded by saluting Roberts’ “leadership and passion for ACE.”

For Chicago Hope, Roberts won an American Cinema Editors Eddie Award as well as an Emmy nomination and a second Eddie nomination. He earned two additional Eddie nominations, for L.A. Law and Early Edition. He also contributed to the phenomenal success of the long-running series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit from 2001-11, starting as a co-producer and becoming supervising producer in 2003.

Roberts was an L.A. native — his father was head of casting at Warner Bros. and his mother was an extra. By age 10, he had found his love of the business, initially as a child actor, with roles including on a 1956 episode of Warner Bros. Presents with Elizabeth Montgomery. Later, he started to work in Warners’ mailroom when his uncle, film editor Sam O’Steen, introduced him to editing.

Roberts began as an assistant to Gene Mumford (On the Waterfront) and went on to earn a string of film and TV credits including Straight Time (1978), co-edited with O’Steen; and Players, Alfred Hitchcock Presents and One from the Heart for Francis Ford Coppola. He also edited Magic Journey, a 3D attraction for the Kodak Pavilion at Disney’s Epcot Center. And he directed episodes of Tour of Duty, Miami Vice, L.A. Law and Early Edition.

He retired from Law & Order in 2011, and during his illness continued to actively contribute his efforts to ACE while maintaining his sense of humor and positive outlook. He was always ready with comments such as this: “The sooner you get behind, the more time you have to catch up.”

He leaves behind his partner, editor Heidi Scharfe; his daughter, Taylor, son-in-law, Cesar; and grandchildren Carmen and Kennedy.

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30 2014 Oct

So, Tell Me More About More

“So, Tell Me More About More”
Presented at the SMPTE-HPA Symposium
El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood, CA

Recorded October 20, 2014.

Get schooled in the technical considerations necessary to wrap our heads around resolution, contrast, color, frame rate, screen brightness, and immersive sound. A nuts and bolts, step-by-step explanation that will serve as the foundation to better understand the topics of the day.

Direct Link (70 MB / 49:10 TRT): So, Tell Me More About More

See the article at the Schubin Cafe

13 2014 Oct

HPA Announces Power-Packed Line Up for SMPTE 2014 Symposium, “Making Do With More”

HPA Announces Power-Packed Line Up for
SMPTE 2014 Symposium, “Making Do With More”
SMPTE 2014 Pre-Conference Event Explores the Impact of Image and Sound Advancements for Content Creators

October 13, 2014 (Los Angeles, CA/White Plains, NY) – The Hollywood Post Alliance® will for the first time, host the SMPTE® Symposium, “Making Do With More,” in advance of the SMPTE 2014 Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. The day-long event is set for Monday, October 20, 2014, at Hollywood’s historic El Capitan Theatre. The event brings together top technology experts and leading filmmakers to explore the impact of enriched image and sound technologies for today’s content creators.

As the changing techniques and workflows in production and post meet an equally evolving environment in distribution and audience options, the HPA plays an invaluable role in helping to make sense of an increasingly complex and evolving content ecosystem. The SMPTE 2014 Symposium will include creative sessions with renowned filmmakers, cinematographers, visual effects artists, sound specialists, and colorists providing an in-depth discussion on the challenges they face and the expansive opportunities now open to them with new tools to support their vision.

Leon Silverman, President of the HPA, noted, “The Symposium is HPA’s ‘coming out party’ for our partnership with SMPTE and in typical HPA fashion, we hope to provide a forum for these important industry discussions. Technology, filmmaker options and consumer choices are driving us to learn how the Hollywood professional community can better understand how to evolve our current workflows to meet the demands and characteristics of next generation content and delivery platforms. These sessions demonstrate the value of HPA working together with SMPTE to create a powerful forum to drive greater awareness, industry knowledge and understanding.

The SMPTE 2014 Symposium lineup includes:

“How Come You Always Want More” – Leon Silverman, HPA President
An inquisitive look at the burning questions facing the entertainment community: What is happening? What is driving it? What role does consumer electronics play? What part do content creators play, and where do filmmakers fit in?

“So Tell Me More About More” – Mark Schubin, The Schubin Café

An insightful overview of the technical considerations required to get a clear understanding of topics including resolution, contrast, color, frame rate, screen brightness and immersive sound.

“What We Want to Do With More” – Creative Session
Participants to include: Carolyn Giardina, The Hollywood Reporter; Chris deFaria, Executive Vice President, Warner Bros.; Laura Jans-Fazio, Senior Colorist; Joe Kosinski, Director (Oblivion and Tron: Legacy); Steven Poster, ASC, President ICG; Steven J. Scott, Senior Colorist.

A real world discussion about what is missing from today’s workflow and what content creators need from the HPA/SMPTE community. Filmmakers, along with leading industry executives and artists, share their views on new tools, techniques, and what still might be missing.

“Filmmakers Preview: Emma” – Creative Session
Participants to include: Howard Lukk, Director; Daryn Okada, ASC

An exclusive preview of one of the first films made with enhanced dynamic range, color, and resolution in mind. The film’s director, Howard Lukk, and cinematographer, Daryn Okada, bring a unique perspective to discussion of this groundbreaking project.

“Listen Up – Immersive Sound” – Creative Session
Participants to include: Moderator, Sara Duran-Singer, Post Executive/ Supervisor Dennis Baxter, Sound Designer; David E. Fluhr, Re-Recording Mixer, Disney Digital Studio Services; Hanne Stenzel, Sound Engineer and Tonmeister, Fraunhofer IIS; Ben Wilkins, Supervising Sound Editor, Technicolor.

Active sound professionals discuss the creative options available to them today and the challenges associated with the proliferation of audio deliverables. With the need for elements in 2.0, 5.1, 7.1, Atmos, Auro and IMAX for both the theater and the home, sound design and mixing need to take a creative approach to accommodate modern realities.

“Bringing It HOME – the Future of MORE Delivery” – Creative Session
Participants to include: Jerry Pierce Technologist, Mitch Singer President, DECE Ultraviolet and Pete Putman, President, ROAM Consulting

What does the future of home entertainment look like? The panel will discuss Blu-ray, Cable, OTT, OTA, and more in an insightful look at how the next generation consumer experience will be delivered.

The SMPTE 2014 Symposium is among the first joint efforts by SMPTE and HPA as they move forward with plans for full organizational consolidation by May 2015. In addition to an illuminating day of panels and presentations, the SMPTE 2014 Symposium will provide an opportunity for networking with representatives from leading companies while exploring the latest technologies. Technology demos and experts will be hand during the Symposium. Session breaks will also facilitate networking and further engagement with speakers and other industry experts.

For tickets or further information on the SMPTE 2014 Symposium, please visit www.smpte.org/smpte2014/symposium.

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About The SMPTE 2014 Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition
Taking place October 20-23, 2014, at the Lowe’s Hollywood at Hollywood & Highland, SMPTE 2014 is the premier annual event for motion-imaging and media technology, production, operations, and the allied arts and sciences. Beyond the SMPTE 2014 Symposium, other highlight events of the week include the SMPTE 2014 Honors and Awards Ceremony on the evening of Oct. 23. A detailed event schedule for SMPTE 2014 is available online at www.smpte2014.org.

About the Hollywood Post Alliance®
Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA) serves the professional community of businesses and individuals who provide expertise, support, tools and the infrastructure for the creation and finishing of motion pictures, television, commercials, digital media and other dynamic media content. Through their partnership with the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®), the leader in the advancement of the art, science and craft of the image, sound, and metadata ecosystem, the HPA continues to extend its support of the community it represents. Information about the HPA is available at ww.hpaonline.com.

About the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®)
The Oscar® and Emmy® Award-winning Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®), a professional membership association, is the preeminent leader in the advancement of the art, science, and craft of the image, sound, and metadata ecosystem, worldwide. An internationally recognized and accredited organization, SMPTE advances moving-imagery education and engineering across the communications, technology, media, and entertainment industries. Since its founding in 1916, SMPTE has published the SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal and developed more than 800 standards, recommended practices, and engineering guidelines.

The Society is sustained by more than 6,000 members – motion-imaging executives, engineers, creative and technology professionals, researchers, scientists, educators, and students – who meet in Sections throughout the world. Through the Society’s partnership with the Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA), this membership is complemented by the professional community of businesses and individuals who provide expertise, support, tools, and the infrastructure for the creation and finishing of motion pictures, television, commercials, digital media, and other dynamic media content. Information on joining SMPTE is available at www.smpte.org/join.

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24 2014 Jul

HPA to Host Symposium Leading Into SMPTE® 2014 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition

SMPTE Contact:
Aimée Ricca
Marketing and Communication
Tel: +1 (914) 205-2381
Email: aimeericca@smpte.org
Agency Contact: 
Joyce Cataldo
Wall Street Communications
Tel: +1 (732) 747-0646
Email: joyce@wallstcom.com

 

‘Making Do With More’ Event at Hollywood’s Historic El Capitan Theatre Will Explore the Impact of Enriched Pictures and Sound for Filmmakers and Content Creators

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — July 24, 2014 — The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®), the worldwide leader in motion-imaging standards and education for the communications, media, entertainment, and technology industries, today announced that the SMPTE 2014 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition (SMPTE 2014) will feature a pre-conference event — the SMPTE 2014 Symposium, hosted by the Hollywood Post Alliance® (HPA®) and titled “Making Do With More.” The daylong event is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 20 at the historic El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, California.

“As we consider how technological advances will improve the entertainment experience, we must also address the workflow challenges that will arise,” said Pat Griffis, SMPTE education vice president. “Each area of potential enhancement — higher resolution, greater contrast and color, higher brightness, more frames, and more objects associated with sound — brings with it new demands on workflow. Sessions within the SMPTE 2014 Symposium will address these and other next-generation workflow concerns from both a technical and creative standpoint.”

The SMPTE 2014 Symposium is among the first joint efforts of SMPTE and HPA as they move forward with plans for full consolidation by May 2015, and it highlights the strengths of both organizations. HPA is known for facilitating dialog among all disciplines in the entertainment industry, and for its contributions to SMPTE educational events such as SMPTE 2014 that enrich and expand the larger conversation about key topics shaping the industry.

HPA is well-known for the annual HPA Tech Retreat®, which brings technologists and filmmakers together to address many controversial topics influencing the industry. In developing the SMPTE 2014 Symposium as a “filmmaker’s symposium,” HPA is orchestrating sessions that take an in-depth look at advanced technologies that bring new tools to storytelling. The symposium will include creative sessions from renowned cinematographers, visual effects specialists, colorists, and other filmmakers discussing what they hope to do with enhanced pictures and frame rates.

Additional sessions will offer a look at immersive sound, its impact, and how it’s being applied today; changing models for delivery of content to the consumer — including theatrical, broadcast, physical media, and digital distribution — across TV sets, computers, and mobile devices; and the standards and practices being developed to address the changing content life cycle.

“By connecting the creative community and its supporters with the technical community at the SMPTE 2014 Symposium, SMPTE and HPA are creating an opportunity for all participants to gain a richer and deeper understanding of technology’s impact on the creative process,” said Leon Silverman, HPA president. “The new displays and distribution approaches being proposed by technology companies need to be understood in the context of how the creative community will use this extended tool kit. It is also critical that we examine the standards and workflow approaches that will be necessary to deliver something more to consumers than a higher numbers of pixels.”

SMPTE 2014 is the premier annual event for motion-imaging and media technology, production, operations, and the allied arts and sciences. Each year the event draws elite and world-renowned technology thought-leaders from motion picture studios, broadcast and distribution networks, production and postproduction communities, software companies, systems integrators, manufacturers, display technologies, distribution providers, over-the-top providers, and others leading the evolving motion-imaging industry.

Further information about SMPTE 2014 and the preconference symposium is available at www.smpte2014.org/.

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About the Hollywood Post Alliance®
Hollywood Post Alliance® (HPA) serves the professional community of businesses and individuals who provide expertise, support, tools, and infrastructure for the creation and finishing of motion pictures, television, commercials, digital media, and other dynamic media content. The annual HPA Tech Retreat® draws top industry engineering, technical, and creative talent, as well as strategic business leaders focused on technology, from all aspects of digital cinema, postproduction, film, television, video, and related technologies together for an informal exchange of information. The 2015 HPA Tech Retreat is scheduled for Feb. 9-13 in Indian Wells, California. Further information is available here. Information on joining HPA is available at http://hollywoodpostalliance.org/.

About the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®)
The Oscar® and Emmy® Award-winning Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®), a professional membership association, is the preeminent leader in the advancement of the art, science, and craft of the image, sound, and metadata ecosystem, worldwide. An internationally recognized and accredited organization, SMPTE advances moving-imagery education and engineering across the communications, technology, media, and entertainment industries. Since its founding in 1916, SMPTE has published the SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal and developed more than 800 standards, recommended practices, and engineering guidelines.

The Society is sustained by more than 6,000 members — motion-imaging executives, engineers, creative and technology professionals, researchers, scientists, educators, and students — who meet in Sections throughout the world. Through the Society’s partnership with the Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA), this membership is complemented by the professional community of businesses and individuals who provide expertise, support, tools, and the infrastructure for the creation and finishing of motion pictures, television, commercials, digital media, and other dynamic media content. Information on joining SMPTE is available at www.smpte.org/join.

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24 2014 Jun

In fond memory of Ron Silveira

It is with great sadness that the HPA has learned of the passing of one of our community’s leaders, Ron Silveira. Please hold Ron in your thoughts and prayers. Our most sincere condolences to his dedicated wife and companion, Annaliz and to his family. It is with fond memories and appreciation for his tireless contributions that I pass along this remembrance which appears in the Hollywood Reporter written by HPA Board Member and journalist Carolyn Giardina.

Leon Silverman
HPA President

 

From the Hollywood Reporter:

Postproduction Industry Veteran Ron Silveira Dies

The postproduction pioneer held roles at companies including Universal Studios, The Post Group, Compact Video and Unitel.

Ron Silveira, a well-known and well-liked veteran of the postproduction community in Hollywood, died June 20 after a battle with cancer.

He most recently served as V.P. Universal Studios Digital Services for NBCUniversal, which he joined in 2004. Earlier, Silveira spent nine years as COO of The Post Group, where he was responsible for the visual effects division and the digital film group as well as formed its design group, Momentum Lab. While there, Silveira contributed to the development of HD and digital-cinema services at a time when the post industry was going through rapid technological change.

“Ron was probably the kindest man in post,” said longtime colleague Loren Nielsen, co-founder and president of Entertainment Technology Consultants. “His clients, employees and colleagues all adored him. Not only was he committed to getting the job done, he was committed to making everyone around him feel good. He could always be counted on for words of advice, an introduction to colleagues and support for industry events.

“He was also a pioneer. He was involved with establishing the first nonlinear editing systems, and it was in 1996, while at The Post Group, that he first tested targeting projectors in his telecine suites, creating the earliest digital cinema images of the modern era.”

Earlier, Silveira served as president of Compact Video/Image Transform and president of Unitel. He was a member of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers and a past president of former postproduction trade association ITS’ Southern California chapter.

Silveira received his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and his MBA from Willamette University in Salem, Ore.

Survivors include his wife, Annaliz, and a brother.

Link to article

 

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19 2014 Jun

HPA and SMPTE News

Dear HPA Members,

We have some exciting news to announce about the future of HPA. This week we signed an agreement with SMPTE® – the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® – for them to provide administrative support to HPA.

As our HPA Board looked at the best path forward for the organization following the announcement that our long standing Executive Director Eileen Kramer wished to reduce her workload, we looked at many scenarios that would prepare HPA for its next steps. In SMPTE, we have found a partner who not only understands our industry, but is also a terrific fit with us.

This partnership gives both SMPTE and HPA the opportunity to extend their reach and serve our memberships, while better serving the whole industry – from the engineering and technical professionals to the creative community that the HPA celebrates and supports.

In addition to the agreement for SMPTE to provide administrative services to the HPA, the Boards of both organizations have approved a road map that will lead to an even tighter integration of HPA within SMPTE. While our goal is to become part of our industry’s foremost global association, HPA will continue to have its own unique identity and culture within SMPTE. This is important to both organizations and a key to why we feel that HPA strengthens SMPTE and SMPTE strengthens HPA.

As we move to embrace this new relationship, with its exciting new possibilities, there are a number of things that will continue as they were. Long time HPA employees Alicia Rock and Max Ma will continue to provide HPA members with support for events and online communications respectively. In addition, Eileen Kramer will continue to help drive the success of our Technology Retreat in the role of 2015 Tech Retreat Project Manager.

We are indeed looking forward to some exciting times ahead for HPA and thank you for your continued support. In the coming weeks and months we will be announcing more details of our partnership with SMPTE.

We look forward to continuing to help our industry meet the challenges and take advantage of the opportunities that lie ahead in this exciting time in the industry.

We’d love to hear from our members about this new development. Click here (or see below) to comment and be part of the conversation!

All the best,

Leon

Leon Silverman
HPA PRESIDENT

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25 2014 Mar

Interviews with women at the 2014 HPA Tech Retreat

Speaking on women in the industry – “in their own words”