Schubin Cafe: Tech Pioneer Goberman Leaving Live from Lincoln Center
By: Mark Schubin
Tuesday, June 12, 2012 - 10:29 am

When you think of the very latest in motion-image technology, you might think of laser projection, glasses-free stereoscopic-3D, digital surround sound, high-dynamic-range imaging, and the like. Would you believe that one man dealt with all of that in the 1970s? And that he was trained as an orchestra cello player?

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has announced that John Goberman, executive producer, is leaving the PBS-aired Live from Lincoln Center series that he created, after 37 years, 13 national Emmy awards, three Peabody awards, the first Television Critics Circle award for Achievement in Music, and many more honors.

Head over to the Schubin Cafe for a in-depth look at Goberman’s career and his monumental impact of the world of live production.

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