The Digital Production BuZZ, one of the first and most successful interactive Internet radio shows featuring news and information about digital video production, post-production and distribution, will be the official podcast of Digital Video Expo 2011 held in the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California, September 20 to 22, 2011. For the fourth year in a row, the BuZZ will offer show highlights, news and detailed interviews with
industry leaders recorded live from the show floor and available on iTunes and on the Digital Production Buzz website.
“The Digital Production BuZZ is delighted to be offering extended coverage of Digital Video Expo again this year,” said Larry Jordan, executive producer and co-host of the Digital Production Buzz. “We have listeners in 156 countries worldwide, and enjoy providing them with insight on the latest in technology, along with interviews with key industry leaders you can only get at a show like Digital Video Expo.”
Cirina Catania, producer of the Digital Production BuZZ said, “Those of us who live technology-based lives share two things in common: We often work solo behind our computers or cameras and in locations surrounded by the latest and greatest equipment. And, second, we are constantly working to close the evolving information gap. DV Expo helps us with both of these challenges because it gives us the perfect opportunity to meet with other like-minded professionals and also presents us with up-to-the-minute information from top industry leaders. The Digital Production BuZZ is proud to be an official partner of the DV Expo 2011 and we look forward to seeing everyone in Pasadena, September 20-22.”
Located in Booth 129, the Digital Video Expo BuZZ will produce two shows featuring interviews with industry leaders and newsmakers. The shows will include coverage of exhibitor news, special interviews with industry experts, coverage of Digital Video Expo special events, and behind the scenes reports.
Taping of interviews begins Wednesday, September 21st. The first show airs Thursday, Sept. 22, and the second airs one week later on Sept. 29.