United Entertainment Media, publishers of Videography magazine, and Future Media Concepts, the nation’s premier digital media training center, announced the debut of the
as part of this year’s Government Video Technology Expo program. The three-day conference, which runs December 2-4, 2003 at the Washington DC Convention Center, will feature over 75 training sessions targeted toward professionals in the TV, Video and Multimedia arenas. Sessions will primarily explore the latest post-production software and techniques including Avid, Final Cut Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Flash and Dreamweaver, video production, video encoding for DVD and Internet, sound for video editors, web graphics and web design. Additional sessions will emphasize business networking methods and job-seeking strategies, as well as creative presentations by industry gurus. The DigitalMediaDC conference program also includes a special keynote address from award-winning filmmaker Paula Heredia, winner of the 2002 Emmy Award for her editing of the HBO production In Memoriam, New York City 9/11/01.
While DigitalMediaDC will expand the educational opportunities available to GV Expo’s core audience of government video and communications professionals, the conference also promises to extend its scope beyond the government sphere by providing expert-led sessions to the entire TV, Video and Multimedia production and post-production communities. Designed for intermediate and advanced users who wish to maximize their creativity and efficiency of their software, the sessions will be taught by Future Media Concepts’ revered team of Certified Instructors, as well as by industry power users and gurus.
Currently in its sixth year, GV Expo is the East Coast’s largest government video/multimedia technology trade show and networking event – offering attendees exclusive access to the latest, most innovative video technology from the nation’s top manufacturers. The two-day GV Expo 2003 will be held December 3-4, 2003 at the Washington DC Convention Center. Produced by United Entertainment Media’s Videography magazine, last year’s GV Expo was the most successful show in its history, attracting more than 250 of the nation’s leading exhibitors and an unprecedented 7,180 registered attendees. Exhibitors already committed to GV Expo 2003 include Apple, Avid, Canon, JVC, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Sharp, Sony and many more.