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Anthony Burokas
Principal, IEBA Communications

Anthony Burokas is a 20+ year broadcast TV video producer currently based in Dallas TX. He has produced an extensive body of event, corporate, special interest, and broadcast TV. His website is IEBA.com.

Articles By Anthony Burokas

Choosing a Video Switcher at Streaming Media Producer Live 2014

Anthony Burokas provides a sneak preview of his Streaming Media Producer Live 2014 seminar, T203: Choosing a Video Switcher, which he'll present Wednesday, November 19 at 11:30 AM in Huntington Beach, California.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Oct 2014

First Look: NewTek TriCaster Mini

The ultra-portable TriCaster Mini joins the TriCaster 40 at the sub-$6k end of the TriCaster line, but weighs in 10 lbs. lighter and adds HDMI input ISO-recording, a new compact control surface, an internal monitor, and more.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Oct 2014

Review: F&V R300 Ringlight

I'm revisiting ring lights because I found one that addressed the two things that wanted to be different when I reviewed the Rosco Ring Light http://buff.ly/1u7t08l last year. The F&V R300 is a different design, with LEDs facing the subject instead of into a white plastic. It also has a battery holder on the right of the light, and a built-in power/dimmer on the left. The exact two things I said I wanted in a ringlight. But how does it light?
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Oct 2014

Sneak Preview: Audio Mixing for Live Production at Streaming Media Producer Live 2014

Anthony Burokas previews his Streaming Media Producer Live 2014 session, "T205: Audio Mixing for Live Production."
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Oct 2014

Review: Beachtek MCC-2 and Kamkit DSLR Accessory Mounting and Control Brackets

The Beachtek MCC-2 and Kamkit allow users to mount, control, and connect various accessories to their DSLR with ease.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Sep 2014

LED Fresnels: Two Takes on Design

For location lighting, moving around a lot, and travel, the Fiilex LED kits offer amazing capability and flexibility in a small and light package. Designed for use as a fixed solution, for a small sound stage, or grip truck, the Gus 41 makes a perfect solution. It is very wide and soft or small and focused as needed.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Aug 2014

Review: Peak Design Capture PRO Auto-Latching Camera Plate System

The Peak Design Capture PRO system is great for "hybrid" shooters tasked with covering events where you need to have your camera at the ready at all times, such as walking around covering everything that happens at a large event, but still need to be able to quickly put it on the tripod for a speech or talking head.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jul 2014

Reality Check: What Does a 4K Production Workflow Require?

The time for idle speculation about 4K production has passed. 4K is here, and it's arrived in mainstream cameras at various price points with some surprisingly modest data rates. Do you need all-new, cutting-edge hardware to handle it? Probably not. Delve deeper into the specifics of your production chain, and do a little math to find out what your needs really are, and what you find might surprise you.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Jun 2014

Wired Lavaliere Head-to-Head: Can a $20 Audio Technica ATR-3350 Compete with a $200 Sony ECM-44B?

This article and accompanying (hear it for yourself) video will compare the results of capturing audio with a $20 Audio-Technica wired lavaliere mic and a $200 professional mic from Sony directly into a DSLR. Is the $200 Sony really worth the 10x cost?
Featured Articles, Posted 12 May 2014

Hands-on with the Panasonic DMC-GH4 4K DSLR

A strong contender for the most affordable 4K camera on the market today, Panasonic's DMC-GH4 adds both UltraHD and pixel-for-pixel Cinema4K to the feature set that made its GH3 predecessor great, and joins a rapidly growing Micro 4/3 marketplace.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 May 2014

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