More than 50 unique sessions on advanced editing and motion graphics techniques and new Apple end-user certification courses will highlight the 3-day conference Digital Media DC Conference, part of Government for TV, video, film, motion graphics and new media professionals
Future Media Concepts announced the agenda for the 6th annual Digital Media DC Conference at Government Video Expo 2009, Dec. 1-3 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The conference will offer over 50 sessions in five parallel tracks and a variety of courses about editing techniques.
All sessions will be delivered by industry instructors, editors, authors and users.?
?”As D.C.’s leading training event for industry professionals, we have included new training options and session tracks to satiate the growing demand for training in the D.C. area,” said Ben Kozuch, co-founder and president, Future Media Concepts.?
?A one-day Photoshop for Video workshop and new track options, which include Digital Video Production Techniques and New Media, will be added to the expanded Conference programming in 2009.?
?Digital Media DC Conference will also be offering a three-day intensive training for Mac OS X Snow Leopard Support Essentials Certification in addition to the two-day end-user certification courses in Apple Final Cut Pro 6 Level II and Apple Color. After completion of any courses at Digital Media DC Conference 2009, attendees will have the opportunity to take the exam at a local FMC facility to become an Apple Certified Pro or Support Professional 10.5. Exam and location information is at www.FMCtraining.com.?
?Purchasing one full-day pass gives attendees the ability to move freely between all tracks and attend any available session. A 10 percent discount applies to any pass or course registration on or before Nov. 11. For complete pricing information, visit www.gvexpo.com/artman2/uploads/1/GV09_Pricing.pdf.?
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