Interview with Terence Curren – Founder and President of AlphaDogs
Today we chat with Terence Curren, Founder and President of AlphaDogs. AlphaDogs is a post production facility and design studio located in the heart of Burbank’s Media District, mere blocks from the Walt Disney Company and NBC Studios.
Terry’s future in the film and television business was prefigured by an early fascination with cinema, shooting his own films at the tender age of twelve. Terry went on to produce and direct, and then shifted full-time to post production as an editor. He was an early adopter of the Avid Symphony and quickly gained a reputation amongst his peers as an expert on that platform.
Terry’s early focus on the skilled operator as the differentiating factor in post-production, led to the founding of his own post house, Alpha Dogs, Inc. in Burbank, as well as the creation of the Editors’ Lounge series and the Digital Service Station media-transfer bureaus, now located across the US and Canada.
During our discussion Terry talks about how Alpha Dogs got started, advice he would give someone who wants to enter the business and the changing economics of the entertainment industry.
To find out more about the Editors’ Lounge, please go to editorslounge.com. And for Terry’s podcast, please check him out on iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-terence-and-philip-show/id384166492
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Interview with Terence Curren – Founder and President of Alpha Dogs
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