2016 MIlken Institute Report

In October of 2016, Jillian was asked to represent IATSE to the 2016 Milken California Summit to discuss the education, and new technology within the Hollywood Film and TV industries.  

“How do we train the next generation of video engineers? It’s three-fold...."

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Local 695 Asset Management Article

Aboard the new Viacom truck known as Atlas, you will see Video Engineers with the title “Tape Operator” at their positions operating interfaces connected to a network of computers, digital recording systems and storage. The various interfaces monitor, record, encode, transcode, duplicate and sync up to forty-eight streams of video, paired with sixteen unique audio tracks, saving multiple versions in different codecs and wrappers.

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Pronology mRes Captures A Grammy Salute to The Music of the BeeGees

LOS ANGELES, APRIL 18, 2017 - In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the release of the iconic Saturday Night Fever movie soundtrack by legendary recording artists the Bee Gees, CBS recently broadcast a tribute show, which aired on Sunday, April 16. Stayin' Alive: A GRAMMY Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees was captured before a live audience two days after the GRAMMY Awards on February 14th at Microsoft Theater, and featured artists as diverse as Celine Dion, Pentatonix, DNCE, John Legend and Bee Gees co-founder Barry Gibb performing a selection of hits from the GRAMMY Hall of Fame-honored soundtrack. At the heart of the production, which was produced by AEG Ehrlich Ventures, LLC and The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, directed by Leon Knowles and edited at Kober Post in Hollywood, was Pronology's mRes encoder, which simplified the entire recording workflow from rehearsals, straight through to show time.