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  • Transcript: Digital Production Buzz – April 18,

    Transcript: Digital Production Buzz – April 18,

    April 25, 2019, 6:20 am
    HOST
    Larry Jordan
    GUESTS
    John Harris, Director of Business Development, Cinedeck
    Jim Tierney, President, Digital Anarchy
    Evan Michals, VP Video Product Management, Evolphin
    Linda Tadic, Founder/CEO, Digital Bedrock
    James DeRuvo, Editor-in-Chief, doddleNEWS
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    Larry Jordan: Tonight on The Buzz, from old friends to new companies.…
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