Anthony Burokas is the founder and President of IEBA Communications, LLC. He is a 20 year television production veteran whose key credits include more than 10 years and the engineer and technical director of Flavors of America and Healthy Flavors on ... [more]
Anthony Burokas is the founder and President of IEBA Communications, LLC. He is a 20 year television production veteran whose key credits include more than 10 years and the engineer and technical director of Flavors of America and Healthy Flavors on PBS. His award-winning outdoor adventure series Wilderness Adventures Off The Beaten Path is available at retail stores in Alaska. His freelance credits are too numerous to mention.
He has published his own entertainment production magazine Filmadelphia, blogged for CamcorderInfo.com, and has been published in several magazines over the years, including New Media, Camcorder & Computer Video, and American Cinematographer. He was a Contributing Editor for EventDV magazine, a monthly trade publication, for over 7 years. He has Published the TechThoughts blog since 2007. He currently writes for Creative COW, and other outlets.
Based in the Dallas, Texas area, his daily work includes corporate training, special event video and, remarkably, creative video production as a hobby. Considered an expert in the field, he is often called upon to consult and oversee local productions, or to review and report on industry events. He’s looking for a production house, or corporate video facility that would like to bring his wisdom & experience on as staff
January 1st 1970
iMac 27" processor quandery by Mark Dobson 6 years ago I went to my local Applestore today and spent some quality time with the new iMac 27". Much to my surprise I really liked and would have liked to have taken one home with me. No chance! As you will kn
Re: iMac 27" processor quandery by Anthony Burokas 6 years ago WHat of older models that actually supported two drives OWC made a kit to take the second drive SATA port and make an external SATA port, and no, they won't have thunderbolt, but the ability to instal
Re: Firewie to USB Cable by Anthony Burokas 6 years ago Yea. Different protocols, different drivers, etc. You can't have a USB interface emulated over Firewire and if it were even possible, the demand is so low as to never make it happen. Anthony Burokas h