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Jonathan Clyde

Head of Production

Apple Inc.

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Apple Inc.

1 Infinite Loop

Cupertino, California,95014

United States

Company Description

Apple Inc (Apple) designs, manufactures and markets mobile communication and media devices, personal computers, and portable digital music players, and a variety of related software, services, peripherals, networking solutions, and third-party digital content ... more

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Employment History

Director

Production Apple Corps Ltd


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UNICEF

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Newsline | UNICEF People | UNICEF

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DHAKA, Bangladesh, 15 March 2011 - Olivia Harrison, founder of the George Harrison Fund for UNICEF and wife of the late musician George Harrison, visited Bangladesh recently with a delegation that included US Fund for UNICEF President and CEO Caryl M. Stern and Apple Corps executive Jonathan Clyde.


GRAMMY FOR BEST MUSIC FILM: "The Beatles: Eight Days A Week". Fab 4 Archive Case Study - DocumentaryTelevision.com

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In 2003, White arranged a meeting in London with Neil Aspinall, the legendary CEO of The Beatles' Apple Corp, as well as Jonathan Clyde, Apple's head of production, and Jeremy Neech, Apple Corp's Digital Media Director.
Apple Corps' Jeff Jones and Jonathan Clyde decided to fund a comprehensive research project, involving 30 people in Europe, Australia, the U.S. and elsewhere. Attending were Jeff Jones, Jonathan Clyde, Jeremy Neech, Aaron Bremmer (Apple Corps' Archivist), Matthew White, Bruce Higham, Erik Taros and John McEwan (media collector).


www.documentarytelevision.com

In 2003, White arranged a meeting in London with Neil Aspinall, the legendary CEO of The Beatles' Apple Corp, as well as Jonathan Clyde, Apple's head of production, and Jeremy Neech, Apple Corp's Digital Media Director.
Apple Corps' Jeff Jones and Jonathan Clyde decided to fund a comprehensive research project, involving 30 people in Europe, Australia, the U.S. and elsewhere. Attending were Jeff Jones, Jonathan Clyde, Jeremy Neech, Aaron Bremmer (Apple Corps' Archivist), Matthew White, Bruce Higham, Erik Taros and John McEwan (media collector).


www.readingeagle.com

"My first question about it was whether this might be just a 'ka-ching!' prospect," Jonathan Clyde, Apple Corps Ltd.'s director of production and producer of the "1/1+" said.
Clyde said despite all the archival footage used in the massive 1995-96 "Anthology" documentary, of the 50 selections in the deluxe edition of the "1+" release, only 10 were featured in full in "Anthology," 18 were sampled in edited form or edited with other material, 13 were not shown in any form and nine are newly discovered or created since the '90s. But to see them virtually giggling their way through a performance for "Rain," watching Starr peddling mightily on a stationary bike and Lennon attempting to lip-sync while gobbling down a sandwich during "I Feel Fine" - Clyde pointed out that was shot during their lunch break - or fitfully attempting to ride massive horses through busy city streets in the "Penny Lane" film, is to feel anew how much fun they had together, and how that joy, and sense of limitless possibility, was transmitted to the world through their music. Martin and Okell have concocted new stereo mixes for most of the songs - the televised version of "Revolution" remains in the original monaural mix because, Clyde said, Martin felt that was the best way to present it - and new 5.1 surround-sound mixes.


www.latimes.com

"My first question about it was whether this might be just a 'ka-ching!' prospect," Jonathan Clyde, Apple Corps Ltd.'s director of production and producer of the "1/1+" told The Times on Thursday.
He conducted a playback session in West Hollywood of several of the videos for about 50 music writers and a few VIPs including Doors drummer John Densmore and filmmaker Michael Lindsay-Hogg, who directed the Beatles' cinematic swan song, "Let It Be." "But the more we dug into the archives, the more I realized how much great material hasn't been made available before," he said. But to see them virtually giggling their way through a performance sequence for "Rain," watching Starr peddling mightily on a stationary bike and Lennon attempting to lip-sync while gobbling down a sandwich during "I Feel Fine" - Clyde pointed out that was shot during their lunch break - or fitfully attempting to ride massive horses through busy city streets in the "Penny Lane" film is to feel anew how much fun they had together, and how that joy, and sense of limitless possibility, was transmitted to the world through their music. Martin and Okell have concocted new stereo mixes for most of the songs-the televised version of "Revolution" remains in the original monaural mix because, Clyde said, Martin felt that was the best way to present it-and new 5.1 surround sound mixes. Applause from close to 50 people in the room for Clyde's 70-minute presentation suggested that the reaction to this latest window into the world of the Fab Four from those who were at the preview had morphed from "More Beatles? to "More Beatles!"


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