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NY Times Magazine

Not Ready for Their Close-Up By CLIVE THOMPSON Published: June 12, 2005 Go to original article… … Celebrities are considered attractive at least in part because they’re suited to the technology of the age. The transition from silent movies to talkies destroyed many actors’ careers, as did the shift from black-and-white to color. While almost (more…)

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Mail Online

Stars caught in the high-definition headlight at the Oscars 23 February 2007 It’s the Oscars as you’ve never seen them before. British TV viewers will be able to see Hollywood stars – warts and all – as the ceremony is broadcast in high definition for the first time. Experts say the technology is particularly adept (more…)

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Makeup Artist Magazine

Q & A with Deborah Paulmann of Late Night with Conan O’Brien Conan was the first NBC show to go hi-def. How do like the look of HDTV? I love the look, the intensity and the clarity. It can be breathtakingly beautiful. I would think there would be certain types of shows that may not (more…)

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Deborah Paulmann on The Cycles Of Change radio program November 11, 2012

Deborah Paulmann on Cycles Radio. Entertainment and what we make popular is a mirror of us as viewers. Our national trends shape what genres are popular and we draw patterns in the wake of our choices. Deborah discusses the changes she has witnessed in entertainment over the past thirty years with a unique perspective with an outside and inside point of view. Entertainment as a window to the mind and mirror of the soul in the cycles of change. (more…)

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