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“Pinstripe Pod” is the best New York Yankees podcast. It's hosted by former Yankees pitcher and four-time World Series champion Jeff Nelson and YES Network host Chris Shearn. This baseball podcast will take you inside the clubhouse with Yankees beat writer George King, columnist Joel Sherman and the full team of NY Post baseball writers. Pinstripe Pod will also feature special Yankees guests, including current players, former players, broadcasters and celebrity fans. This MLB podcast is rele ...
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Big Apple Buckets is the best New York Knicks podcast. It's hosted by former Knicks forward Jerome Williams aka "The Junk Yard Dog" and Knicks fan, radio personality Sal Licata. This basketball podcast breaks down the latest surrounding the Knicks and takes you inside the locker room with longtime NY Post Knicks beat writer Marc Berman and our team of basketball writers. Sal and Jerome are also joined by current and former players, along with other special guests. New episodes of this NBA po ...
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New York City’s air quality was the worst since at least the 1980s Wednesday afternoon, as thick wildfire smoke blowing down from Canada dimmed the city into an orange haze.“It looks like Mars out there,” said Fox Forecast Center meteorologist Brian Mastro just before 2 p.m.The city’s air quality index had risen to 353 out of 500 by early afternoon…
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Chris Hemsworth isn’t marveling at the negativity for the franchise that made him famous: the Marvel Cinematic Universe.The Australia native, 39, spoke with GQ in a new interview about backlash from Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino over the beloved series of superhero films.Hemsworth has played Thor in several Marvel movies since 2011. His mos…
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A time-lapse video provided by the National Weather Service shows how quickly visibility deteriorated in New York City Wednesday.The clip, posted on Twitter, shows a fairly clear city skyline around 11 a.m., before it becomes less and less visible until the skyscrapers are almost impossible to see at 2 p.m.“Check out this almost unbelievable time-l…
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Chris Licht is resigning as CEO of CNN, it was announced Wednesday morning, after a scathing magazine profile alienated staffers and key senior figures at the network who called for his head.Warner Bros. Discovery, CNN’s corporate parent, announced Licht’s resignation effective immediately.His departure comes a little more than a year after he took…
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Two people were shot dead and five others wounded when bullets flew outside a high school graduation ceremony in Richmond, Virginia, on Tuesday, according to officials.The shooting erupted around 5:15 p.m. across from Virginia Commonwealth University’s Altria Theater, where Huguenot High School was hosting its commencement ceremony, Interim Richmon…
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Another woman has accused Andrew Tate of rape — alleging that he continued having sex with her even after choking her unconscious.“I thought I was going to die,” the 30-year-old accuser told The Independent, alleging that her “absolutely terrifying” ordeal included death threats while still in bed.She spoke out anonymously while joining three other…
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The Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island erupted on Wednesday, June 7, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) reported.The eruption was first detected in the early hours of Wednesday, the USGS said. Lava was still flowing from the volcano later in the day, livestreamed footage by the agency showed.Kilauea’s alert level was upgraded from a “wa…
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Disgraced ex-news anchor Frank Somerville was arrested twice in one night in Berkeley, Calif., in the latest public scandal to befall the former Bay Area journalist.Somerville, 65, was first cuffed shortly after 6:30 p.m. Monday after tussling with his younger brother over “ongoing family issues” involving their 91-year-old dad, whom he allegedly t…
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Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie launched his 2024 presidential campaign in New Hampshire on Tuesday by telling voters to think big and denouncing former President Donald Trump as “a lonely, self-consumed, self-serving mirror hog.” Christie made the announcement during a town hall event at St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., warning voters…
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New York City’s air was more polluted than all but two of the world’s major cities Wednesdayas thick smoke from wildfires burning hundreds of miles away in Canada was set to continue to choke much of the Northeast through the weekend.An ominous orange haze crept over the city for a second day as all five boroughs were placed under an Air Quality He…
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An ex-teammate of controversial transgender swimmer Lia Thomas has attacked UPenn for “shutting down” any criticism about the athlete joining the women’s team in 2020 – and alleged that the school “effectively silenced” them.Paula Scanlan, who competed during the 2018-19 and 2021-22 seasons, told the Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh that she decided to join…
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The mythical creature, dubbed the 'Goat-Sucker’, has allegedly been spotted after allegedly drinking the blood of livestock.The drone footage appears to show a dark, two-legged creature walking across an open field.The hunched figure was filmed shortly after several cows, llamas and alpacas, were found dead in the area.The animals’ strange wounds p…
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WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Today's Video Headlines for Wednesday June 7, 2023: Hundreds of protesters faced off as a debate escalates over whether June should officially be recognized as pride month, Prince Harry complained about a 'hurtful' 15-year-old headline that seemingly celebrated his breakup with Chelsy Davy and Shannen Doherty has revealed t…
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Former Vice President Mike Pence launched his presidential campaign on his 64th birthday Wednesday — making him the first VP in modern US history to directly challenge his old boss.“Different times call for different leadership,” Pence said in a launch video a little more than two years after leaving office with former President Donald Trump.Pence …
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Hundreds of convictions tied to nine dirty NYPD cops have been tossed following a review of the cases by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, prosecutors announced Tuesday. The 316 convictions — all misdemeanors save for eight felonies — were related to disgraced officers who have been found guilty of crimes including taking bribes, perjury, a…
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POST BREAK 2: PIVOTING IN POST (audio) The 2nd installment in our PNYA POST BREAK series - this week “Pivoting in Post” – about career moves made sideways, up, down and all around. Why did our panelists decide to change paths and how they did they make the jump from facility to scripted, reality to scripted TV? And how did they make the move from p…
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The Hackers Agenda: Security Risks In Post Production Listen to the PNYA discussion about the state of our security in the post production industry from the national, facilities and risk management perspectives with our panelists: Tim Lunderman- Principal Consult, Federal Security at World Wide Security Peter Marshall- Managing Director of Dewiit S…
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WHAT SHE SAID: Women Leaders in Post Production and How They Rose Above the Rest In an often male-dominated world of the film and television post production, find out how this post-producer, picture editor, sound editor, music editor and composer made their way to the top. Suzana Peric, Music Editor has been active in post production since 1981. Gr…
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PART 7. THE END/ REBIRTH In 2012, Sound One, possibly the most successful post-production facility in New York City’s history, closed its doors after 44 years of business. What caused the demise of Sound One is a point of contention between the clients, former owners, founders and staff, who hold multiple theories about why it failed financially. S…
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PART 6. LEADING THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION The dawn of the digital era marked a major pivot point in post production technology that left some behind in analog while others charged fearlessly into a brave new world. Sound One led the post-production digital revolution, testing software, and equipment for the film industry before Hollywood, to ensure a …
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FxF008: The Sound one era 1968-2012 Part 5: The Foley Artist Elisha Birnbaum, co-founder of Sound One, is considered one of the best NY foley artists of his generation. His stage looked like a suburban garage or basement or attic with various surfaces on the floor and, shelves filled with props used to create sounds. You would often meet Elisha wal…
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FXF008: THE SOUND ONE ERA 1968-2012 PART 3: Tribute to Bill Nisselson and Sybil Brown Bill Nisselson was often described as the heart of Sound One. As managing Director from 1979-2001, Bill, alongside co-founder Elisha Birnbaum, set the tone of interaction, organized the deals and orchestrated the cross-traffic of post-production work between staff…
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FXF008: The Sound One Era 1968-2012 Part 4. A Day In the Hallways Walking down the hallways and riding the elevators of Sound One’s Brill Building at 1619 Broadway at 49th St could instantly offer exposure to the major leagues of the New York film industry. At the very best, it could offer an introduction towards working with some of the most impor…
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FXF008.2: The Sound One Era: 1968-2012 Part 2: Family In the late 1960’s and early 70’s, years before Sound One had established itself as one of the most successful and highly respected sound facilities on the East Coast, it was a solo operation. Elisha Birnbaum, a sound editor and foley artist who had recently emigrated from Israel, worked with a …
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FXF008: THE SOUND ONE ERA 1968-2012 PART 1: THE Beginning From 1968 to 2012, Sound One grew from a solo operation run by Elisha Birnbaum a foley artist and sound editor recent emigrated from Israel to becoming the most successful post-production sound and editing facility on the East Coast. Inhabiting seven floors of the famed Brill Building and co…
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FXF007: Sidney Lumet's NETWORK- Alan Heim, Mark Laub, Michael Jacobi and Jeffrey Wolf. In 1976, an American satirical film written by Paddy Chayefsky and directed by Sidney Lumet, called Network, about a fictional television network, UBS, and its struggle with poor ratings, starring Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Peter Finch, Robert Duvall and Beatr…
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FXF006: Films of Jim Jarmusch- Jay Rabinowitz, Chic Ciccolini, Dominick Tavella In the first episode of Frame By Frame Season 2, picture editor, Jay Rabinowitz, sound editor, Chic Ciccolini and re-recording mixer, Dominick Tavella talk about their craft and process in collaborating with filmmaker Jim Jarmusch on his films from the 1980’s and 90’s C…
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Frame By Frame, Episode 005: Angelo Corrao and Alex Halpern Post Factory Founder, Alex Halpern and picture editor Angelo Corrao talk about their collaboration on Nine Good Teeth as well as Angelo’s work on Bruce Weber’s Let’s Get Lost and their experiences coming up in the 1980's New York film scene and developing early relationships with filmmaker…
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Frame By Frame, Episode 004: Maurice Schell, Peter Frank, Lee Dichter on Sidney Lumet's The Verdict Sound editor, Maurice Schell (Gimme Shelter, Serpico, The Missouri Breaks, Apocalypse Now, All That Jazz, Melvin and Howard, Reds, Scarface) , re-recording mixer, Lee Dichter, (Grey Gardens, Sophie’s Choice, Hannah and Her Sisters, Miller’s Crossing,…
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FXF003- The Ice Storm, Life Of PI: Tim Squyres and Phil Stockton In Episode 3, picture editor Tim Squyres and sound editor, Phil Stockton share stories from collaborating together for over 20 years working with film directors such as Martin Scorsese, Ang Lee, Robert Altman, the Coen Brothers, Jonathan Demme and Spike Lee and how advances in technol…
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MIXING 101: A Step by Step Guide Into the World of Sound Mixing The Second seminar in a series about the Audio Post Production process, the PNYA Education Committee in tandem with Soundtrack NY present Mixing 101: A Step by Step Guide Into the World of Sound Mixing. This event took place at 7pm on September 29th at Soundtrack FT, 128 West 22nd St. …
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Frame by Frame 002- Vinyl & Boardwalk Empire- Kate Sanford and Tim Streeto Television and feature film editors Kate Sanford (The Wire, The Deuce) and Tim Streeto (The Squid and the Whale, Greenberg) describe their process in developing the hit series Boardwalk Empire with Martin Scorsese, Tim Van Patten and Terry Winter as well as how they worked t…
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Frame by Frame 001- Reds- Craig McKay & Tom Fleischmann. Frame By Frame is a podcast series that introduces you to the most influential, respected and accomplished cinema professionals working in New York today. Through intimate, informal discussions between collaborators about post-production craft, aesthetics, process and technique, we’ll recogni…
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Music in Post: The Key Players. This panel includes an award-winning music supervisor, a music editor and a composer who offer advice on a smooth music production for film and television post production. Panelists will also show musical examples of their work and explain how they help to create a finished soundtrack. This event is specifically aime…
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NYWIFT & the Post New York Alliance podcast are proud to present: Making the Cut: Editors Talk Collaborations and Career Editing is such a fluid experience. You never know what you will need for the story or what the working relationship with the director is going to be like. Each situation is different. Forging a career as an editor can be just as…
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FIX IT IN...PREP? THE VALUE OF POST PRODUCTION ARTISTS EARLY IN THE PROCESS.. sponsored by Nice Shoes, Filmlight, and SONY Most producers have a strong concept of what they want their project to look like, but they don’t always consider editorial, visual effects, music or color grading during the pre-production phase. Bringing post artists into the…
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Introduction to Audio Post: ADR Thursday September 3rd, 2015 @ 7pm Soundtrack NY @ 936 Broadway, 4th Floor The first in a series about the Audio Post Production process, the PNYA Education Committee in tandem with Soundtrack NY, as well as Dann Fink and Bruce Winant, are hosting ADR 101: An Introduction to the Audio Post World. The seminar will tak…
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This was a panel presented as part of CCW/ NAB NY. The Post New York Alliance was proud to partner for the first time with NAB on this event. What Keeps a CTO Up At Night? If you're doing post production in New York in 2015 – face it, it's not as easy to figure out as even a few years ago. Your production must deal with new formats – it might be 4K…
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The Post New York Alliance & the Visual Effects Society New York, in cooperation with The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, present: THE ACES PIPELINE PRIMER: POST & VFX July 16, 7pm Venue- The School of Visual Arts Theatre 333 West 23rd Street After years of research and development, the Academy Color Encoding System (ACES) 1.0 has arri…
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Transitioning from Docs to Drama Join us for a podcast with host Isabel Sadurni and New York’s top Editors, about how they consistently and successfully bridge the worlds of non-fictional to scripted editorial. Followed by Q&A. PANELISTS: ALLYSON C. JOHNSON (The Namesake, Vanity Fair, Monsoon Wedding ) SAM POLLARD (If God Is Willing And Da Creek Do…
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Ruth Vitale, Executive Director of CreativeFuture gave a presentation to PNYA members recently on the gathering momentum to ensure the rights of those involved in the film and video industries. If you're curious to hear more, we have now posted Ruth's presentation on our PNYA Podcast iTunes site. You can listen to this presentation by Subscribing H…
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TURNOVER TO VFX Technicolor PostWorks New York 110 Leroy Street New York, NY 10014 November 6, 2014 @ 7pm The final session in the popular Turnover Series is Turnover to VFX, a conversation between a visual effects editor and visual effects supervisor about what goes into their work together. Technicolor again hosts us in their comfortable Leroy St…
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TURNOVER TO PICTURE TECHNICOLOR POSTWORKS NEW YORK 110 LEROY STREET NEW YORK, NY 10014 THEATRE OCTOBER 14, 2014 @ 7PM Following the success our recent Turnover To Sound event, PNYA is holding the second in the series, this time covering picture turnover on October 14, at PostWorks New York. The workshop will cover picture turnover from editorial to…
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TURNOVER TO SOUND POSTWORKS NEW YORK 100 AVE OF THE AMERICAS NEW YORK, NY 10013 THEATER – 10TH FLOOR SEPTEMBER 16, 2014 @ 7PM Following up form the successful AE/ DIT Seminar, PNYA is holding a series of workshops on the editorial turnover process. The first, Turnover To Sound, is being held on September 16, 2014 at PostWorks New York. The workshop…
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PNYA Seminar #1: The Assistant Editor and the Digital Image Technician Light Iron- 580 Broadway, 8th Floor June 18, 2014 @7pm The first seminar in the 2014 PNYA seminar series kicked off a discussion between prominent Assistant Editors and Digital Image Technicians, talking about roles, expectations and making the communication from shoot to post a…
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