I am the Media Manager – DIT for Destination Heaven, a new TV show produced by Sony Pictures Television. This was shot in Lexington, KY Summer of 2022 and will be broadcast Spring/Summer of 2023.
Born Free Entertainment
Type of Production
When the trailer is uploaded, I will post it here.
Behind the Scenes Photos from Destination Heaven
Below are a few Behind the Scenes photos from the shoot.
Description of My Work for Destination Heaven
I am the Media Manager – DIT. I collected all the video and audio files and cloned them onto various hard drives. My job is to ensure the integrity of the data thru the Production Pipeline. I created a string out of the best/starred takes, edited them into a timeline, compressed, and uploaded to Sony’s proprietary server after every day’s shoot.
Sony produces this faith-based tv show. I got my degree in MultiMedia from West Los Angeles College, next door to Sony in LA/Culver City, CA.
I am already friends with Doug Jones on Facebook and then this job popped up. I am so glad we got to talk over lunch for several days. Harry Lennix is amazing. I have been a big fan of his work since ER.
Sony Pictures Television
Sony Pictures Television Inc. (abbreviated as SPT) is an American television production and distribution studio. Based at the Sony Pictures Studios complex in Culver City, it is a division of Sony Entertainment‘s unit Sony Pictures Entertainment.
SPT’s history goes back to 1947, when Pioneer Telefilms was founded by Ralph Cohn, whose father Jack and uncle Harry co-founded Columbia Pictures. Pioneer was bought by Columbia and renamed Screen Gems in November 1948, reincorporated as Columbia Pictures Television on May 6, 1974, and merged with sister studio TriStar Television (formed in 1986 and relaunched in 1991) to form Columbia TriStar Television on February 21, 1994.
On September 16, 2002, Sony Pictures Entertainment renamed the American studio as Sony Pictures Television and its international division as Sony Pictures Television International (SPTI)).
In summer 2007, SPT introduced The Minisode Network, a digital channel for MySpace airing shows from the 1960s to early 2000s from four to five minutes. In winter 2007, The Minisode Network was also added to a few more sites including AOL TV, YouTube, and its then-sister site Crackle.
In 2008, SPT bought Hilversum, Netherlands-based production company 2waytraffic, international holders of the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? franchise.
On January 14, 2009, SPT acquired Embassy Row, a television and digital production company by British television producer Michael Davies. Fourteen days later, SPTI acquired a 50% stake in Colombian independent TV production company Teleset.
Three months later on April 1, Sony Pictures consolidated its US and international television divisions under one roof under SPT brand. Sony Pictures Television International now operates in-name-only.
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