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May 26, 2007 Show:   Topic: Corel Ulead DVD MovieFactory 6 Plus  Guest: Andy Marken
Corel Corporation (NASDAQ:CREL) (TSX:CRE) provides easy to use personal productivity software that helps millions of users worldwide extend their creativity both at work and at home.

Andy Marken, Corel Spokesperson for Corel Media, talks about the amazingly easy to use Ulead DVD MovieFactory P6 Plus, which is a disc authoring and burning software that lets you do more with your standard or High-Definition digital media. You can now create breathtaking DVDs, and tape to DVD and also compile and create music CDs and MP3 disks - and more.
Listen To CorelMay 26, 2007 interview
October 29, 2005 Show:   Topic: Great Looking Photo Albums  Guest: Tanya Lux
Corel Corporation provides easy-to-use personal productivity software that helps millions of users worldwide extend their creativity both at work and at home.

Tanya Lux, Product Specialist shares with us how easy and affordable it is to perfect and then to share our prized photos with the use of Corel's PaintShop Pro X and Photo Album 6.
Listen To CorelOctober 29, 2005 interview
December 25, 2004 Show:   Topic: Graphics, Digital Photography, and Art  Guest: Karen Drost and Bonnie Hollenhorst
Corel Corporation provides innovative digital photography and graphics software solutions that help 60+ million value-conscious businesses and consumers in over 75 countries improve productivity. Corel, http://www.corel.com or http://www.jasc.com, is known for graphics, office and personal productivity solutions, including CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite, WordPerfect® Office Suite and Corel Painter Natural-Media® painting and illustration software. With the acquisition of the Jasc Paint Shop product line of digital photography and imaging software, Corel provides consumers at all experience levels a complete migration path from basic photo enhancing, organizing and sharing, to image improvement and retouching, all the way to advanced image editing and graphics creation for those who want professional results.

Director of Public Relations for the Paint Shop Family, Karen Drost, and Senior Marketing Manager for the Paint Shop Family, Bonnie Hollenhorst, discuss the new releases of Paint Shop Pro 9, Paint Shop Pro Studio, and Paint Shop Photo Album 5.
Listen To CorelDecember 25, 2004 interview
December 11, 2004 Show:   Topic: WordPerfect at Home  Guest: Mark Rathwell
Corel® is an internationally recognized developer of award-winning graphics and business productivity applications on the Windows® and Macintosh® platforms. Corel WordPerfect has long been a mainstay in offices for its broad range of features, precision format control and strong cross-application integration.

Mark Rathwell, Product Manager for WordPerfect Office 12 -- Home Edition discusses the new release of Corel WordPerfect Office 12 Home Edition, http://www.corel.com. The highly anticipated bundled suite provides everything consumers need for their home computers including: software for word processing; spreadsheets; digital photo editing and organizing; CD/DVD creation; a rich encyclopŠdia; fonts; clipart; five powerful Internet security applications with a complimentary 90-day subscription to protection updates; and more.
Listen To CorelDecember 11, 2004 interview
September 1, 2001 Show:   Topic: Business  Guest: Shawn Henderson

Listen To CorelSeptember 1, 2001 interview
May 12, 2001 Show:   Topic: Graphical Artistry  Guest: Tanya Staples

Listen To CorelMay 12, 2001 interview
March 10, 2001 Show:   Topic: Graphics  Guest: Tony Severenuk

Listen To CorelMarch 10, 2001 interview
November 18, 2000 Show:   Topic: Graphical Software  Guest: Sean McLennan
You've scanned in your photo, downloaded your digital image, or opened a picture sent to you. Now you want to get rid of that nasty background or pop a new person into a group shot. Standard clipping tools are fine most of the time, but this picture just has too many fine details around the edge that you need to get. Corel has a wonderful program, Knockout 1.5, that gradually filters out the old background and filters in the new background to make your object look like it has always been in your picture.

Sean McLennan, the Program Manager for Knockout will discuss this product.
Listen To CorelNovember 18, 2000 interview
January 15, 2000 Show:   Topic: Graphics Publishing  Guest: Denise Zutrauen

Find out what what vector imaging can do from Denise Zutrauen of . The CorelDRAW 9 Graphics Suite lets you enjoy a free range of creative expression with dynamic interactive tools, sophisticated effects and high-end output capabilities. You can maximize your productivity with professional pre-press features, numerous import/export filters and valuable media asset management tools.
Listen To CorelJanuary 15, 2000 interview
June 5, 1999 Show:   Topic: Business Apps  Guest: Frank Tomei

Listen To CorelJune 5, 1999 interview
November 21, 1998 Show:   Topic: Drawing Programs  Guest: Joe Donnelly
Do you know what a vector graphic is? What are some advantages to vector graphics? What are your needs in today's graphics market?

Joe Donnelly, Product Manager for Draw!, has the information on what's happening now in today's graphic market and where things are heading. Find out how Corel's suite of graphics products in CorelDraw!8 address these issues.
Listen To CorelNovember 21, 1998 interview
October 17, 1998 Show:   Topic: If a Picture's Worth a Thousand Words  Guest: Frank Tomei
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then Corel has a billion of them in Corel Gallery 1,000,000.

Frank Tomei, Product Manager from Corel, talks about how clip art collections have changed over the years due to the rise in popularity of multimedia. Check out how distributors of graphics have met that challenge in this segment.
Listen To CorelOctober 17, 1998 interview
September 26, 1998 Show:   Topic: A Unified Company Image  Guest: Peter Robinson
Sure you can create newsletters, stationery, business cards, and more with most publishing programs.

Peter Robinson, Product Manager for Print Office, will go over the things you can expect a good program of this type to accomplish. Plus he will go over the three integrated programs that make Corel Print Office unique. You'll find a calendar to keep up with important dates, a photo editor to put just the right polish on your clipart, plus the program to combine your information into your finished product
Listen To CorelSeptember 26, 1998 interview
October 25, 1997 Show:   Topic: Graphics Projects  Guest: Pierre Legace

Listen To CorelOctober 25, 1997 interview
August 30, 1997 Show:   Topic: Office Suite  Guest: Jeff Huntsinger

Listen To CorelAugust 30, 1997 interview
July 26, 1997 Show:   Topic: Office Management  Guest: Joan Rutae

Listen To CorelJuly 26, 1997 interview
March 8, 1997 Show:   Topic: Photo Fixers and Web Design  Guest: Corinne Smirle

Listen To CorelMarch 8, 1997 interview
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