Acclaimed creator has released an iPad app that approaches his documentaries through themed categories, drawing new points of intersection across existing content.
KCTS.ORG From the Learn the Address website: To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, documentarian Ken Burns, along with numerous partners, has launched a national effort to encourage everyone in America to video...Show More Summary
iCAD Inc. (ICAD) Q4 2013 Earnings Conference Call February 20, 2014, 8:00 AM ET Executives Anne Marie Fields - Vice President, LHA Ken Ferry - Chief Executive Officer Kevin Burns - Executive Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial...Show More Summary
Ken Burns is nothing if not consistent. The historical documentary maker's signature style of panning and zooming over archival images is so famous that none other than Steve Jobs asked the filmmaker's permission to create a "Ken Burns...Show More Summary
It’s time to learn history through the eyes of Ken Burns, re-live childhood gaming memories and enjoy everything there is to love about sushi. There’s something for everyone this week in yet another strong week for new releases. These are the apps of the week for February 16th, 2014. Ken Burns Known for his great […]
The documentarian sets the standard for creating a fresh take on his own oeuvre.
Documentary filmmaker, Ken Burns, released this week, not a new documentary but an iPad app, also called Ken Burns. The application is a collection of short streaming videos, spanning the history of the U.S., from 1776 to 2000. The app consists of playlists of documentaries covering six themes: Art, Hard Times, Innovation, Politics, Race, and War. Show More Summary
This week on the Free Apps Roundup: Ken Burns is a new app for iPad that connects all of Ken’s work together for a unique look at American history. If you’re looking for a new game, you might give Skydrift a shot. It’s not an endless runner, it’s more of an endless faller. Show More Summary
Ken Burns, the rather famous documentary filmmaker, has just released his own app. Appropriately titled Ken Burns. This isn’t a documentary companion app or a collection of his films as you might expect, but rather an app meant to display American history in a whole new way. Show More Summary
When it comes to apps, Apple's iOS platform offers access to an incredible amount of them. That being said, there are always some which stand out from the rest, one of these being Ken Burns' new, beautifully designed iPad application. But there's...
The questionable and increasingly strange saga of the mediocre game Flappy Bird has gotten plenty of attention lately, but the App Store has long had a one-touch flapping game that’s actually great — Frogmind’s Badland ($4). Badland now has iOS 7 game controller support in version 1.90. Show More Summary
Since debuting The Civil War on PBS in 1990, the Ken Burns style of documentary filmmaking has become very familiar to viewers—even if they don't know that's what it's called. Burns has been panning over archival photographs, enlisting...Show More Summary
Over the years, legendary documentary film maker Ken Burns has put out a lot of movies — but now he’s released his very first app, which lets you explore his work on American history in a totally new way. Called simply “Ken Burns,” the iPad app isn’t a movie itself, but instead a collection of... Read More
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Ken Burns and company have introduced an American history-centric app exclusive to iPad users. The app features a timeline dating back to 1776 and a number of themes with specific information and videos for each period and subject. Overall, the app is very fluid and sleek and worth checking out for iPad users […]
Ken Burns revealed his latest project Monday — and it's not a documentary. The filmmaker's latest venture is actually an iPad app Simply called the Ken Burns app, it is an interactive catalog of the documentarian's films See also: 6Show More Summary
History class just got a little more interactive. Ken Burns — the documentary filmmaker known for his style of using
The PBS documentarian will also launch a stand-alone web site, Ken Burns America, that offers a comprehensive look at all 25 Burns films including "Baseball," "The Civil War" and "Jazz." read more
There is now a way to distill all 8,147 minutes of Ken Burns' documentaries into easy-to-digest segments. Thanks, technology!
TweetAll the deets below. “Join us on Saturday, Feb. 15 and Sunday, Feb. 16, for the Spirit of Yosemite Festival and catch a special screening of Ken Burns’ Yosemite: A Gathering of Spirit. Screenings at 11:30 am, 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm in the Forum Theater. The California Academy of Sciences in San [...]