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Los Angeles Film & TV Production Hits Rock Bottom During Pandemic

  More data has been released regarding how the Los Angeles film market has adjusted to the pandemic, and, though, there are some signs of life and reasons for hope, the numbers are not Read more

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Bill Gates-Led Fund Backs Startup With Cheaper Way to Move Hydrogen
June 28, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- A hydrogen molecule is tiny. So tiny, in fact, that trying to store and transport it via existing tanks and pipes can end up causing cracks in steel. If hydrogen is to become a clean fuel of Read more
Do You Know Where Your Instruments Are? How Surgical Instrument Marking Can Improve Your Perioperative feat. Bill Camargo and Jennifer Bingaman
June 28, 2022
Ahead of any surgical procedure or operation is the preparation of surgical instruments. In the latest episode of the podcast “ConCensis,” host Tyler Kern discussed the ins and outs of how Censis utilizes its Read more
Gossip About Gossip: Connecting Athletes Directly with Their Fans
June 28, 2022
Who is the human being behind the media-hyped athlete? How can athletes connect with fans in a safe, positive environment? Attempting to close these gaps is REVEL Moments, a live, unscripted, and safe two-way Read more
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Los Angeles Film & TV Production Hits Rock Bottom During Pandemic
February 4, 2021
  More data has been released regarding how the Los Angeles film market has adjusted to the pandemic, and, though, there are some signs of life and reasons for hope, the numbers are not Read more
Discover the Truth: Gold Prospecting and Dump Hunting with Metal Detectors
January 23, 2020
  Maybe Carlotta Brandenburg is a lucky charm for fellow treasure hunters who seem to find one particular kind of relic when she's around. On this episode of Discover the Truth, a Read more
A Look Through the Lens: When A Sport Becomes A Science with Captain James Marko of Goliathfishing.com
November 27, 2019
  Sports are, generally speaking, the first experience people have with teamwork and competition. On this episode of A Look Through the Lens podcast, Captain James Marko, charter Read more
Looking Through a Freelance Editor’s Software Toolkit
May 15, 2019
  The typical two-hour movie that audiences enjoy across the world daily is the culmination of a year or multi-year process. Projects fit for the big screen or the flat screen take months Read more