Television is one of mass media’s most resilient mediums. It’s amazing to see how far it’s come in the past ten years, with many shows matching and sometimes exceeding feature films in production value and strength of storytelling. Particularly the latter, when you consider how deep you can delve into a set of characters in ten hours as opposed to 2 1/2. Shows like Dexter have proven that.

If you’ve ever wondered how what goes on behind the scenes – more specifically, behind the camera – of these shows, then you might be interested in checking out this Saturday’s (January 29th) American Cinematographer/Createasphere Best of TV Webcast with Dexter director and cinematographer Romeo Tirone and editor Louis F. Cioffi, ACE.

I’m moderating Dexter panel, and I’m giving away three complimentary passes to three random Chewers who send me a private message. Otherwise, registration for the event is $35, but CHUD readers get 20% off with the code BOTV.