Thursday, October 28, 2010


We have had a lot of exciting projects lately here at the K&R fortress. I will detail just a few to keep you informed on all we can accomplish for you!

Spanish Lip Sync— K&R All Media is completing a medical project for HHA Services, St Clair Shores and Dr. May VA Productions that involved translating the audio of several training videos into Spanish. Project included coordinating the script with the film and making sure all tracks matched up perfectly.

Video Shoot—K&R All Media recently completed three videos that will be used for website advertising for three different companies. They were complicated shoots involving multiple background changes and reshoots to make it all work.

Audio/Video Forensic Seminars—K&R Forensic will be presenting three Forensic seminars in Anchorage, Alaska during the week of November 2-7, 2010. The programs are approved for CLE credits and each program has been tailored specifically to the group we will be meeting with based on questions and concerns they currently deal with. Currently, we are scheduled to meet with the Office of Public Advocacy, Alaska Association for Justice and Alaska Public Defenders.

Electric Network Frequency (ENF) —This is an exciting new way to time/date stamp digital recordings that is being widely used in Europe. Currently, K&R Forensic is the only company in the U.S. actively using this technology in their analysis. ENF allows the analyst to match the electric "hum" on the recording to the "hum" recorded by the electric company for that same time period. It is used for authentication of digital audio and video recordings.

Kiosk Signage in Schools—We've completed sales agreements with two schools for DigiSign kiosks. The schools already have the kiosk design prepared and have also requested a 5-year subscription for content services. This is an exciting method of delivering digital media to the students and keeping them apprised of the latest events, schedule changes and upcoming activities within the school system.

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