Best of TV Webcasts Premier at Createasphere

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Go Behind the Scenes with Teams from Boardwalk Empire, Glee, Sons Of Anarchy and Dexter

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(Burbank, CA)

Createasphere

will take the audience back stage with a series of webcasts,

The Best of TV

, debuting Monday, December 13th, 2010. The series features the creators of some of the most popular television shows, engaged in a real "how-did-we-do that?" conversation. Dates and topics from December 13 - January 2011 are being unveiled for the Best of TV Webcasts, which have been developed with

American Cinematographer Magazine

and

American Cinema Editors

. A stellar lineup has been announced. The webcasts are limited to 200 online attendees and will feature clips, revealing conversation, and offer an opportunity for attendees to interact and direct questions to participants. The lineup to date is as follows:

Monday, December 13, 2010: Boardwalk Empire

Cinematographer Kramer Morgenthau, ASC; Editors Kate Sanford, ACE and Tim Streeto join moderator Jon Witmer, the Associate Editor of American Cinematographer.

Thursday, December 16, 2010: Sons of Anarchy

Cinematographer Paul Maibaum, Cameraman Steve Fraco, SOC, and Cameraman and Steadicam Operator David Frederick are joined by Moderator Iain Stasukevich. Additional speakers to be announced soon.

Saturday, December 18, 2010: Glee

Cinematographer Chris Baffa, ASC joins Contributing Writer for American Cinematographer Jim Hemphill, moderator. More Glee team members will be announced shortly. J

anuary 2011: Dexter

Stay tuned for Director of Photography Romeo Tirone and Editor Louis Cioffi, ACE. Date and additional speakers to be announced shortly. If participants want to understand how the musical numbers on Glee are shot, the choreography of murders in Dexter are planned, understand how the camera and editing builds tension in the beautifully envisioned world of Boardwalk Empire, or look into the death defying shots in Sons of Anarchy, these webcasts answer those questions. With room for only 200 online participants, early registration is encouraged. The cost per webcast is webcast or all three December webcasts for $75. For registration and complete information, visit

http://www.createasphere.com/webcasts

or call 818.842.6611.

About Createasphere

Createasphere is a global community builder for the entertainment technology industry, building and connecting communities and advancing technology and careers through expos, conferences, education and online offerings. Createasphere was founded in 2001 as HD EXPO, and over the past decade has grown into a global company that develops and presents influential events for the content creation community, on line and face to face. Founded by Kristin Petrovich Kennedy in Los Angeles, Createasphere became part of Diversified Business Communications in 2009, now driving their entertainment strategies and properties division. Currently Createasphere is presenting the Createasphere Entertainment Technology Expos in New York and LA, The Digital Asset Management Conference, in New York and Los Angeles, The DAMMY Awards in New York, Cinema India in Mumbai, and workshops focused on 3D, Canon EOS, REDucation, and Post Production Master Classes in the US and abroad. Createasphere is headquartered in Burbank, California (

www.createasphere.com

) # # # Media Contact: Chris Purse, 818.303.8088 ignite strategic communications

chris@ignite.bz

or

mimi@ignite.bz

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