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About the Author

Dennis Chominsky has a long and rather impressive background in the video production world. His passion-turned-profession has taken him on a journey through many facets of the corporate and broadcast realm. With the exception of a summer program at The Recording Workshop for audio engineering and an internship at the University of Rhode Island, he has had very little formal training in this industry. His early dedication and commitment to put in extra time foreshadowed only a minor aspect of what he would venture into over the next few years.

After college, his father gave him what would prove to be one of the greatest gifts that got him where he is today. His father discouraged him from getting a job right away, but instead helped invest in some equipment and made Chominsky learn the equipment, including reading the manuals inside and out—not your typical fatherly advice.

This time helped Chominsky obtain the skills he needed to leapfrog past many of his colleagues. Getting his hands into the technology side of things, along with having a creative eye, helped him get his company off the ground with much success. Two mergers with other creative and extremely talented companies in related industries were the key ingredient to bringing this new company, PFS Marketwyse, to a whole new level.

In addition to being President and Cofounder of this growing (and quite successful) integrated advertising and communications firm, Chominsky serves many functions on the production end. Aside from being recognized as an award-winning producer and editor, he oversees the video and multimedia departments at PFS. With multiple editing suites, production gear for any shoot, and a support staff of video producers, editors, and graphic designers, his team has handled projects for a variety of clients, from Fortune 100 companies to local charitable organizations.

Chominsky has written three other books on video and multimedia applications, as well as numerous articles for industry press magazines, online and offline. He also has been a regular contributing writer for InformIT.com. He has spoken at conferences and seminars across the nation on topics from cyberbranding to digital and interactive television. He was named one of the Top 100 Producers by AV Video and Multimedia magazine in 1999 and 2000.

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