170

In 2006, DIMAcast featured an interview with Thor Sigvaldason of On Demand Books, when the company was installing the first units of its Espresso Book Machine, (EBM,) which automatically prints, binds, and trims, on-demand at point of sale, perfect-bound, library-quality paperback books. In today’s DIMAcast, PMA Senior Editor Jennifer Barr Kruger revisits the topic in an interview with Andrew Pate, senior vice-president of Business Development for On Demand Books. He explains what changes have occurred over the past 3 years.

Interview starts :3:33

Interview ends :22:41

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Andrew Pate

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Category:Technology -- posted at: 9:32pm PDT

169

In today's special DIMAcast, Sony today beefed up its digital SLR line with three new models that promise to bring better price/performance to the field including an affordable full-frame camera. For more on the new models, 6Sight Report Editor Paul Worthington spoke with Mark Weir, digital imaging senior technology manager at Sony Electronics.

Interview starts :2:00

Interview ends :17:07

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Paul Worthington

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Category:Digital Photography -- posted at: 9:38am PDT

168

Today’s DIMAcast presents an interview with Dr. Ramesh Raskar, who will keynote the upcoming 6Sight Future of Imaging Conference at the Monterey Conference Center, Monterey, Calif., Nov. 10-12. Raskar is head of the Camera Culture Research Group and co-director of the Center for Future Storytelling, both at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab. In this interview, he explains the work he’s currently doing, what he will discuss at 6Sight, and how photography will be vastly different in the future than it is it today.

Interview starts :2:13

Interview ends :23:07

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Category:Technology -- posted at: 3:07pm PDT

167

What role is digital imaging playing in printing, photo merchandise and social networks? Find out in today’s DIMAcast with David Haueter, associate director of InfoTrend’s Photo Printing Trends and Photo Merchandise services, who is interviewed by PMA Publisher Gary Pageau. Haueter’s responsibilities include product coverage, trend analysis, primary market research, and gathering forecast data for the photo print and photo merchandise markets. Prior to joining InfoTrends, Haueter was principal analyst for the Digital Documents & Imaging group at Gartner. In this role, he focused on digital camera, photo printing, inkjet printer, and multifunction product markets.
    InfoTrends is hosting the Digital Imaging '09 conference Sept. 16-17 at the Hyatt Regency SFO, Burlingame, Calif., offering attendees a new format to create a customized educational agenda - matching interests with content on future market directions, opportunities and trends. The interactive two-day conference brings together leading digital imaging executives including providers of hardware, software and services, corporate content owners, publishers, photofinishers, labs, photo retailers and digital print providers. DI ‘09 is for digital imaging executives wanting to build partnerships and secure new business for 2010, according to InfoTrends. To learn more, visit www.digitalimagingconference.com.

Interview starts :1:31

Interview ends :18:00

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166

Samsung has brought innovation and style to the compact camera market. In this special podcast, Samsung director of marketing, Rich Campbell, talks to PMA publisher Gary Pageau about three new innovative cameras, announced today: the wireless and geo-aware CL65 and the dual-LCD and social-media driven TL225 and TL220 models.

Interview starts :1:22

Interview ends :16:53

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Category:Digital Photography -- posted at: 10:38pm PDT

165

The world of book publishing is evolving at a break-neck pace, and changing with it is the concept of a photo book. In today’s DIMAcast, Rochester Institute of Technology professor Frank Cost explains how simple photo book publishing has become, how photo books are perceived by young consumers, and why the method we use to share an image affects the way it is viewed.

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Interview ends :33:22

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Category:Technology -- posted at: 8:51pm PDT

164

This week’s DIMAcast is live from the PRO Group’s Annual Convention where members shared quick BRAIN BUZZES . . . these are snippets of ideas that cause the brain to buzz with excitement and exploration of new profit enhancement concepts. Ginger Gauthe of Lakeside Camera Photoworks (Metairie, LA) reveals the how and why a $129 scan job averages $300.  Anne Thompson of Thompson Photo Products (Knoxville, TN) shares how encouraging one of her customer’s photographic talents led to a new acceptance of photography as an art form, and improved Thompson’s business. Britt Baker of The Film Center (Altoona, PA) uncovered sales potential that was right in front of him for years that is probably right in front of you as well. Fred Silvers of Bel Air Camera (Los Angeles, CA) uses free media to accelerate used equipment sales as well as fill his store with students for events and classes. Rob Muller of Schiller’s (St. Louis, MO) is successful using Facebook to communicate with customers and promote in store events. Joaquin Freixas of Swanlund’s (Eureka, CA) has a DSLR club that keeps customers loyal and reminds them to visit Swanlund's. Jeff Beauchamp of Bedford’s (Springdale, AR) reports on use tax laws and what states are doing to help retailers level the playing field so consumers know most internet sales do require use or sales taxes be paid.

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Interview ends :28:41

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Category:Marketing Idea Exchange -- posted at: 3:09pm PDT


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