Couple that with the lightening rod that was former head Bev Oda (she of limousine rides, creative editing, expensive orange juice, and useless Kandahar photo ops) and you have far too much public attention focused on the goings on at CIDA.
What does CE stand for?
CE stands for Creative Editing
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The section on production discusses basic equipment and gives details on shooting and lighting for television, the television studio, postproduction and creative editing, working in television, and television and the law.
And it would have been OK if the project was not that big, but there was some creative editing that made me look foolish in a sense, and I'm not really that bad.
Why blow weeks or months of creative editing and thoughtful storytelling by delivering a non-legal master that won't pass QC?
The old B, with a bit of creative editing, became an “F” for Foothill High School, Basic’s crosstown rival.
This silent 16mm home movie uses creative editing, lighting and camera techniques comparable to what professionals were doing in Hollywood.
So after a little creative editing of a hay-loft sex scene between Ray Krebbs and Lucy Ewing in the pilot episode, the first season of Dallas premiered in Romania on August 25, 1979.
Benedict's influential Rule for Monasteries has been shown to be a creative editing and tempering of an earlier text (the Rule of the Master) rather than an entirely original creation.