Electric Pictures in POST MAGAZINE

Recently, POST Magazine featured Electric Pictures. Below is the intro to the article. You can read the entire article over at POST

Traditional telecine is big business at Electric Pictures

February 7, 2014

LAKE FOREST, CA — Electric Pictures, which specializes in telecine services that convert film imagery to high-resolution video, is helping film libraries preserve their assets. While Hollywood film and television studios rarely employ telecine today, as most of their content is shot on a digital format, the demand for traditional telecine services is steady from large film libraries, including universities, stock footage houses, government entities and historic archives. 
For these institutions, telecine remains the best and most affordable alternative for preserving media and making assets available for commercial use. Electric Pictures (www.electricpictures.tv) has built up a national clientele that includes the University of California, Santa Cruz, the Pacific Film Archive, the Prelinger Archives and the Cotton Bowl. Company founder Grace McKay spotted a business opportunity forming in the wake of so many studios transitioning to digital workflows.