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In the late-1990's to 2001, when digital cameras were a binary pipedream just coming true and YouTube hadn't even been conceived, Birgitte was first in Los Angeles and later New York writing for the top two industry publications.  The industry of course was Hollywood, and the pubs were The Hollywood Reporter and Daily Variety.

Selected list:

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

"The Silicon Eye," article about the digital camera revolution.  Published February 26, 1998.

"Over There," article about the high definition revolution in overseas markets. Published June 23, 2000.

"Gearing Up," article on the nascent digital camera markets. Published October 25, 2000.

"Local Heroes," article on the status of the local television industry in the Czech Republic. Published March 27, 2001.

"Plex Appeal," a look at five emerging markets in global exhibition.  Published June 19, 2001.

 

DAILY VARIETY

"Twenty Cameramen Whose Aim is True," roundup of directors of photography nominated for the ASC's Outstanding Achievement Awards.  Published February 23, 1996.

"Twenty DP's with 20/20 Artistic Vision," roundup of directors of photography nominated for the ASC's Outstanding Achievement Awards.  Published February 21, 1997.

Head writer and editor of a 28-page special consumer section on the Sister Cities of Beverly Hills and Cannes.  Published March 1996.

 

BUSINESS WEEK

"Hollywood Squares Off with Writers," article about the Writers Guild of America negotiations over Internet royalties.  Publisher November 20, 2000.

"All the Web's a Stage," article about the concept of digitally streamed theatre plays.  Published December 11, 2000.