Government Video Producers Panel at the 2013 GV Expo
WASHINGTON — At 3:00 p.m., on Dec. 3 in the Presentation Theater on the floor of the 2014 Government Video Expo, the popular “Meet the Government Producers” panel returns. In this panel, you can network with government professionals who’ll be looking to hire video crews and specialists in the new year at the TIVA-sponsored “Meet the Government Producers” panel.
Visit the exhibition floor on Wednesday and Thursday to get a hands-on look at the latest and greatest in video products and services. And, of course, stop by the TIVA booth (booth 722), say hello to your fellow TIVA members, and — while you’re at it — go ahead and renew your TIVA membership at half off the normal rate for professional and student members.
Panelists for this year’s “Meet the Government Producers” panel include:
Wade E. Sisler is executive producer for NASA Television (NTV) at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. He worked at NASA headquarters in Washington, D.C., from 1994-1997.
Matt Borten is the multimedia content development lead at FAA. The FAA Office of Communications Creative Services Group creates all communications-marketing products (graphics, illustrations, animations, trade booth design, presentation materials, videos, multimedia content, virtual environment development, and web site content) for the FAA’s internal and external communication needs.
Jeff Cook is a freelance multimedia producer, director, scriptwriter, editor and editing instructor. He has recently concluded a three-year tour as a full-time freelance contract producer for U.S. Postal Service.
Tom Hendrick is the co-founder of Zayas Hendrick Mediaworks. Tom has worked on videos and multimedia content for the Department of Defense, Smithsonian Institution, the National Institutes of Health, the Department of the Treasury and the U.S. Department of Commerce.
The panel will be moderated by Tanya Spann Roche, a former government video producer who worked for the U.S. Department of Justice. She is currently president of her own production company, Think-Speak-Act Productions.