One of the best things about attending Digital Video Expo is that you can completely customize your experience. You decide what you want to learn and how much time you have to learn it.
If you want three days of intensive hands-on training in our L.A. Post|Production Conference, you can opt for that. If you’d prefer a day-long series of panels focused on producing video for multiple screens, you can attend Video Edge Live.
You might be a broadcast professional wanting to strengthen your skills; we’ve teamed with the IABM Training Academy to present a two-day course called “Broadcast Technology Workflows—The Fundamentals.” If you’d like to learn about emerging production and postproduction technologies, you can sign up for the Pro Media Conference. And if you’re interested in developments in imaging, you can attend one of Canon’s free educational sessions.
Maybe you want to hear from creative professionals about their projects and production techniques—you can get that from two days of presentations at the Center Stage on the show floor. And, of course, if you want to try out new products from companies like Panasonic, Sony, JVC and AJA, you can spend time with the exhibitors in an informal, conversational setting.
While you’re at the Convention Center, would you like to attend a networking event, screening or user group meeting? You can do that too. Maybe you’d be interested in winning a prize at one of our drawings? Just be on the show floor when they happen.
There is so much going on at this year’s Digital Video Expo, it’s not even funny. I hope you’ll be able to join us September 25-27 at the Los Angeles Convention Center for three days of information, interaction and inspiration—the way you want to do it.
You can register at www.dvexpo.com, and I look forward to seeing you there.
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