Dec 17, 2016
Dec 7, 2016
Dec 3, 2016
Dec 1, 2016
Andy Warhol's Andy Warhol's Fifteen Minutes Episode one with
Robin Leach, Jerry Hall, Andy Warhol, Debbie Harry, the Pyramid Club, Jelly Joplin,
Hapi Phace, John Kelly, Dagmar Onassis, the Lady Bunny, Dean Johnson, Terry Toy, Area,
4D, Katharine Hamnett, Marla Kay, Anna Johnson, Eric Perram, Tracy Johns,
Paulina Porizkova, Sally Kirkland, The Parachute Club, Bryan Adams, John Oates,
Andy Warhol, Billy Bryans, Lorraine Segato, Moon and Dweezil Zappa,
Curiosity Killed the Cat, Tama Janowitz, Lypsinka, Carla Steimer
Nov 16, 2016
"Beat The I.R.S.", from 1985.
Bob Goen host
John Harlan is the announcer
The disclaimer at the end of the show states that this is for entertainment and educational purposes only, and that the prizes mentioned were not actually awarded.
Aug 18, 2016
Aug 2, 2016
Film & Television Director-Writer-Editor Keoni Tyler in Hollywood
Excerpt, Recorded in Hawaii on Betamax and VHS off-air from KHET-TV 11 PBS
From Keoni Tyler on YouTube
"STUDIO SEE" was one of those cool kids shows back in the 1970s that PBS aired - it showed all the great,
positive things that kids did in their lives.
Videotape editing was done after splicing (1950s-60s) and before non-linear computer systems like the
AVID. Some linear editing still exists today, especially for live or day-of-air quick rush broadcasting
where there is no time to ingest to hard-drives before editing can be started.
It is also interesting to note for many new generation editors, directors and producers that when the AVID
non-linear edit system first debuted in the early 1990's, its $100,000 price tag and limited hard-drive
storage space and RAM, as well as general limitations of the early Mac it ran on forced quality at about
VHS consumer quality - not good enough for air or finishing. But it was great for revisions and changes in
off-line (editorial) - similar to the difference of typing on a manual typewriter and having to re-type a
whole page to insert one sentence - compared to on a word-processor like Microsoft Word and just
cutting-and-pasting the sentence before printing.
It took many years for technology to allow the Avid to have higher-capacity and high-speed hard drives and
better video cards to do near-broadcast quality for air, so on-line editing (the expensive finishing
session) was still done linearly. You would take the Avid edit decision list (EDL) into an on-line suite
and assemble like in this Studio See on-line session. For younger kids: "on-line" and "off-line" has
nothing to do with the internet. It meant best-quality expensive gear controlled by computers (on-line)
compared to cheaper gear with poorer quality (off-line) to sit and take time making decisions about edits
- therefore not burning expensive on-line time fiddling around with experimental edits.