I hope you can join us in Washington, D.C., for three days of education, training, conversation, engaging keynotes and an exhibit floor with the latest technologies. All of this is part of the Government Video Expo and Conference, held Nov. 28-30 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
It's an exciting and challenging time to be a video professional. As the capabilities and possibilities of video technology advance almost daily—new applications, new formats, new distribution platforms, new means of consumption—it's critical that you continue your education.
We've designed this event to give you as many educational opportunities as possible: education through experience, through instruction and through presentations from experts.
My hope is that the demonstrations and presentations on the exhibit floor, conference sessions, intensive workshops, panels and keynotes will give you a better sense of how technology is developing and how you can respond to and benefit from these developments. You can find a full schedule (and register to attend) at www.gvexpo.com.
Highlights this year include:
- Keynotes, presentations and panels held continuously throughout the show on the GV Stage
- The D.C. Post|Production Conference, three days (with four tracks per day) of production and postproduction training
- The Production Solutions Pavilion, a series of educational sessions on the show floor
- The Government Learning Technology Symposium
- The National Drone Show, an event for UAV/UAS videographers that features demos, classes, screenings and a drone flying cage
- Cyber Defense Boot Camp (register separately at www.tvtechnology.com/cyber), a two-day event (Nov. 28-29) co-located with Government Video Expo
- After-hours networking events with a range of groups and associations
For more information and to register, visit www.gvexpo.com/register-options. Feel free to e-mail me with any questions.
I look forward to seeing you there!