Digital Jungle CEO To Be Published In January High Def Magazine

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Glossy Magazine to give veteran post studio head Dennis Ho a new column geared towards post and general production issues. Hollywood (12/8/2008) - Digital Jungle, one of Hollywood’s premier post production/digital workflow studios, recently announced that CEO Dennis Ho will be published for an ongoing column in High Def Magazine with the column’s first appearance in January. His first article discusses the latest boom in IMAX production, and how more filmmakers are looking towards production for giant screen. However many are oblivious to how the technology and the processes of IMAX film production are much more complex than normal film production. Dennis Ho clarifies this within the full article slated for the January/ February combined issue, which will become available mid-January. Digital Jungle President Dennis Ho remarked, “I am always interested in learning from others in addition to sharing my knowledge within the post and general production community, I’ve been doing this for a while so fortunately for High Def Magazine I have much to say. � About Digital Jungle Based in the epicenter of Hollywood, Digital Jungle provides the most advanced technologies with an array of 4K, 2K, HD and SD services for the post industry. The 25,000 square foot, full service studio offers Stereoscopic 3D and 4K Digital Intermediate Services, Visual Effects for Feature Films, Image Enhancement & Restoration, Telecine & Color Correction, Editorial, Audio Services, Graphic Design, DVD Authoring, Conversions, Data Transfers, Duplication, and QC Services. For more information please visit:

www.digijungle.com

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