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It’s a simple formula, and it still works. Record an interview in the office, and cut the location shots over it. ALDI‘s Karla Waddleton was wonderful. It was a pleasure to work with October.
This is the second part of a Tape Sync Douglas Robertson recorded for NPR’s All Things Considered in an interview with Robert Siegel The first part of the Tape Sync on NPR’s All Things Considered.
Honored to record a tape sync of Secretary of State James A. Baker III for NPR’s All Things Considered in an interview with Robert Siegel and Chris Whipple about his new book “The Gatekeepers: How the White House chiefs of … Continue reading
One of the cooler things I got to do in 2013 was record a days worth of interviews at The Cycle Shack North where Lyle Lovett had his first job. Lyle sat for on camera interviews for Penton – The … Continue reading
I have a long family history with the Houston Marathon and have gotten to work with the Houston Food Bank several times. So it was with great interest and pride that I got to provide location audio services for Zen … Continue reading
While at HoustonPBS, I occasionally provided location audio recording for Innerviews with Ernie Manouse, a two camera interview show. In this one, I actually participate, which horrifies me when it happens. I figured they’d edit it out. Nope. Other Innerviews … Continue reading
Hired by Jay Olivier of Olivier Video Productions to operate OVP’s equipment; Douglas Robertson was privileged to record the first BioFueled commercial flight. From United’s website: “On November 7, 2011 The United eco-skies 737-800 operated by Continental Airlines, flew the … Continue reading
While at HoustonPBS, I occasionally provided location audio recording for Innerviews with Ernie Manouse, a two camera interview show. Mr Wilder was a gracious guest. Other Innerviews recorded by Citizen Doug: Gene Wilder, Bob Geldof, Garrison Keillor, Kinky Friedman
The sculpture Virtuoso by David Adickes is featured in a segment from “Art Is All Around Us Downtown” for which Douglas Robertson was awarded a 2006 Lonestar Emmy for the Craft of Audio. It is located at the Lyric Center … Continue reading