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Photos From The CBS Teching Out On TV Panel

Photos From The CBS Teching Out On TV Panel

San Diego, CA – “Teching Out” panel on the third day of Comic-Con.  Pictured: Anthony Zuiker Photo: Mark Davis/CBS ©2010 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Photos From The CBS Teching Out On TV Panel

San Diego, CA – “Teching Out” panel on the third day of Comic-Con.  Pictured (l-r); Anthony Zuiker, Pauley Perrette, Kristen Vangsness, Barrett Foa and Richard Catalani. Photo: Mark Davis/CBS ©2010 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Photos From The CBS Teching Out On TV Panel

San Diego, CA – “Teching Out” panel on the third day of Comic-Con.  Pictured: Richard Catalani Photo: Mark Davis/CBS ©2010 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Photos From The CBS Teching Out On TV Panel

San Diego, CA – “Teching Out” panel on the third day of Comic-Con.  Pictured (l-r); Pauley Perrette, Kristen Vangsness and Barrett Foa. Photo: Mark Davis/CBS ©2010 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Photos From The CBS Teching Out On TV Panel

San Diego, CA – “Teching Out” panel on the third day of Comic-Con.  Pictured (l-r); Kristen Vangsness and Barrett Foa. Photo: Mark Davis/CBS ©2010 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Since the debut of “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” 10 years ago, the use of technology has increasingly become a major character of sorts in many of today’s most popular crime procedurals, including the CBS series “CSI: Miami,” “CSI: NY,” “NCIS,” “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “Criminal Minds.”  How has technology changed – on and off screen – since the premiere of “CSI”?   How much of the technology used on these shows is real vs. artistic license?  How has the use of technology on these shows influenced the real world?    Anthony Zuiker, “CSI” creator and executive producer of “CSI,” “CSI: Miami” and “CSI: NY,” will moderate a discussion with three of television’s best-known tech wiz’s — Pauley Perrette (NCIS Forensic Specialist Abby

Sciuto on “NCIS”), Kirsten Vangsness (FBI Technical Analyst Penelope Garcia on “Criminal Minds”) and Barrett Foa (NCIS Tech Operator Eric Beal on “NCIS: Los Angeles”) — as well as “CSI’s” former technical advisor and current supervising producer, Richard Catalani.  (The Twitter Hashtag for this panel is #TechTV.   Some of the panelists Twitter handles are: @PauleyP, @BarrettFoa, @Vangsness and @Zuiker.)

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