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NAB 2019: The Making of ‘Apollo 11’

NAB Apollo11

Rarely does a documentary film not only relate past events, but along the way preserve the culture and set new standards for future filmmaking: Apollo 11, currently in theaters, does just that. At the 2019 NAB Show, the National Association of Broadcasters industry meetup in Las Vegas, April 5-11, filmmaker …

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NAB 2019: Opening Day Honors Alan Alda and Looks to Future

NAB Alda

During the opening ceremonies of its annual meeting, the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) honored actor Alan Alda, broadcast pioneer Tom Taylor, and set attendees’ sites on current challenges and future innovation. NAB was held April 6-11, 2019, in Las Vegas, NV. More Than M*A*S*H The opening session was chaired …

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SXSW 2019 Documentary Review: ‘Autonomy’: Self-Driving Cars: Can You Sleep at the Wheel?

Autonomy SXSW

If people stopped owning cars, what would our cities, currently configured with huge parking structures and optimized for rush hour traffic, evolve into?

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Book Review ‘The Class’ by Heather Won Tesoriero

'The Class' by Heather Won Tesoriero

'The Class: A Life-Changing Teacher, His World-Changing Students, and the Most Inventive Classroom' in America by Heather Won Tesoriero exists as more than a story of Andy Bramante and his students. It's also a roadmap to improving our educational systems and the unimaginable bounties waiting if we do.

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Gadget Review: ROXs 2S Interactive Technology Set

RFID technology, Bluetooth enabled features and free app with new experiences every month power the recommended A-Champs ROXS 2S interactive set (3 star) that gets one or more people of all ages moving with a nice mix of new experiences and playground classics.

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