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Digital Video Expo Presents New Multi-Track Educational Program Covering Production & Post, Lighting, Cameras, Formats & More(2)

NewBay Media, a leading publisher of digital content creation media, today announced conference program details for next month’s Digital Video Expo  being held at the Pasadena Convention Center from September 20-22, 2011. As one of the West Coast’s longest running and most important events for creative professionals, Digital Video Expo is once again expected to attract thousands of attendees for three days of comprehensive education sessions, training, networking, and exhibitions.

Produced by the editors of DV and Videography magazines, Digital Video Expo is presenting a multi-tiered educational program that will focus on a number of key topics critical to the success of video professionals. Each of the conference program topics will be discussed in full-day programs, taught by the individuals who literally “wrote the book” in their areas of expertise including Oliver Peters, Jay Holben, Ned Stoltz and Philip Hodgetts. Topics include:

•    Demystifying Digital
•    Working with Large-Sensor Cameras
•    Basic Tech for Producers
•    Color Correction Options
•    The Art of Micro-Budget Producing
•    Indie Feature Film Production and Post – A to Z
•    DIY Lighting 101: A Shot in the Dark
•    NLE Comparison Shopping
•    Using Metadata for Production and Asset Management
•    Build Your Own Studio
•    Mobile Production Apps
•    Avoiding Postproduction Nightmares

Digital Video Expo will also present a number of free education programs on the exhibit hall floor, on such topics as Lighting for Digital Cameras, Post Sound for Digital Content Creators and the New LTO Tape File System.

“As one can see from the subject matter in this year’s Digital Video Expo conference program, we are presenting much of our educational content with the independent production community in mind,” said Carmel King, NewBay Media Executive Vice President. “With up-to-the-minute information on building your own studio, independent film production and post, lighting and sound, along with hands-on training, we’re ensuring that participants will be given the knowledge and tools to help them bring their creative visions to reality.”

Additional event details will be announced shortly. For complete event and registration information, please visit