NAZ Today – Director’s Cut 10-11-10

After recording director’s cuts for most of the fall 2009 semester, I felt I had plenty of examples of my ability to direct, so I didn’t record any during spring. This fall, I decided to make a few more cuts, and overall, I’m very happy with the directing I’ve been doing. I’ve learned to pay close attention to all sources while reading the script and make quick calls on instinct. For this director’s cut, I’ve included a copy of the script that I direct off of, as it’s marked. This show was particularly interesting because it was NAZ Today’s first live shot in a long time (possibly over a year) and I had to make a couple of changes to the show after we went on air at 6.

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Page through the marked director’s script:

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Kyle Anderson
I'm a media and IT professional and JavaScript developer who worked most recently as an Associate Broadcast IT Engineer (Tier II) for CNN in Atlanta. One of my life-long goals is to help bridge data divides - missing connections between software systems and data stores - promoting inter-system communication and automation. Many of the projects described here reflect this goal in some way or another.