New Media Interchange

Video: LA Light by Colin Rich

Amazing time-lapse capturing some of the beautiful side of Los Angeles.

Video: Colin Rich

Filed under: New Media, Video

New Media/Social Media Jobs Available – Enter your Location

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Filed under: Jobs

Jobs: Nimble is looking for a Social Media Manager


Nimble is looking for a Social Media Manager to aid in building relationships with various groups of stakeholders: customers, partners, bloggers, press and other members of the ecosystem. Reporting to the director of social media, the Social Media Manager will communicate and champion the vision externally, while helping develop and establish best practices, metrics and KPIs internally.


  • Become one of the voices of Nimble, demonstrating thought leadership in Social Media initiatives.
  • Monitor social media for mentions of Nimble, key executives and initiatives, as well as competitors and industry trends and events.
  • Engage daily via various social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and blogs.
  • Build relationships with thought leaders, lead customers, bloggers.
  • Provide customer service via social channels, working with internal feedback forums and Nimble product and engineering teams.
  • Collect and communicate insights that can help identify top issues, unmet needs, and other inputs that can be useful to the company from a product development, customer service, and marketing standpoint.
  • Work with the director of the social media and the rest of the social media team to provide regular updates to internal stakeholders and partners on insights gathered through regular monitoring and measurement.
  • Create and aid in creation of content, such as blogposts, videos, tweets, webinars, briefing decks.
  • Help foster a culture of innovation and advocacy in among employees and partners.

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Filed under: Jobs, New Media, Social

Hardware: CineZip brings high-end zip-line camera cradle to new media artists


Cool! That is what I said when I came across the CineZip while browsing through my Pinterest account today. Once again, here is a relatively affordable device that brings the capabilities of high-end mainstream production into the hands of new media artists.

I am sure there are some of you that could do some amazing things with a CineZip for panning large scenes to capturing large gatherings or sporting events and more. Creating inexpensive devices like this gives you more and a more opportunities and creative choices for your projects.

Here is some info from their web site…


Suspended Slider for Video and Cinematography.

Fluid Recording up to 50 Feet.

Anticipated release date July 1st. Whether you’re panning short distances during a wedding ceremony or filming a motion picture scene above a gorge, the CineZip will conquer environmental obstacles to capture footage normally achieved with a big dolly. Carefully guide your camera down the zipline, or utilize the built-in pulley system to attain smooth, motion rich footage.

Capture Video Virtually Anywhere.

Industrial grade components allow users to attach the CineZip onto virtually any two objects. Utilize Fat Gecko suction cup mounts to fasten to smooth solid surfaces like windows, a sturdy strap attachment for round objects such as a tree, or simply screw the adapter plate directly into the wall of a motion picture set.

360° Camera Rotation.

Maintain full control of your camera, while enjoying the ability to rotate the device and obtain a wide panoramic image. Built-in joints and liquid levels allow users to measure precise angles prior to shooting, while a brake system secures your camera in place during preparation and lens changes.

Lightweight, Portable & Easy to Assemble.

Unlike heavy slider systems, the CineZip requires minimal assembly before use and fits into one lightweight carrying bag for easy portability. Setup a custom design in minutes, with no additional equipment, hardware or tool bag necessary.

Filed under: Hardware, New Media

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