Post Hosting Daily NAB Webcasts
April 12, 2012

Post Hosting Daily NAB Webcasts

LAS VEGAS — For the third straight year, Post Magazine will host a daily Web TV show at the annual NAB show in Las Vegas. Each day — Monday 10am to 12pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9:30am-12pm — Post will sit down with leading equipment manufacturers and post professionals to discuss new products and trends affecting the post production industry.Guests include filmmaker Morgan Spurlock ( Comic Con, Super Size Me), pictured, and film editor Eddie Hamilton ( X-Men: First Class, Kick-Ass).
If you’re at the show, stop by the Post booth (SL14313), where you can watch the live Webcast, hear about new products, and ask questions. For those who prefer to watch online, visit the Post Website (, where you can view all of the interviews and commentary as it takes place and submit questions live.

The following is a schedule of the Post-TV line-up for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at NAB. (Schedule subject to change.)

10:00am – Adobe - Bill Roberts talks Creative Suite 
10:20am – The Foundry - Ant Nasce looks at Hiero
10:45am – Blackmagic Design - Grant Petty 
11:00am - Red – Ted Schilowitz
11:15am - Assimilate – Steve Bannerman 
11:30am - Cinedeck – Rob Stacy 
11:45am – Autodesk - Maurice Patel

9:30am - AJA – Nick Rashby
9:45am –Nvidia - Greg Estes 
10:00am – Panasonic - Steve Cooperman talks cameras
10:15am – NewTek - Rob Powers discusses LightWave
10:30am – Matrox - Charles Amyot
10:45am – Imagineer Systems - Ross Shain highlights Mocha 3
11:30am – Morgan Spurlock - the director of Comic Con & Super Size Me
11:45am – Sony - Juan Martinez or Peter Critheray

9:30am - Eddie Hamilton – editor of X-Men: First Class, Kick-Ass, Resident Evil: Apocalypse
9:45am – Avid - Adam Green 
10:30am - @Radical Media - Evan Schechtman talks about embracing Final Cut Pro X
10:45am - Chop House Post - TJ Ryan talks tools & technology
11:00am – Eyeon – Steve Roberts
11:15am – AlphaDogs – Terry Curren talks tools & technology
11:30am – The Red Owl – Filmmaker Tom Baurain talks tools