10.03.2008 11:15 AM
Registration Open for DV Expo
The 12th annual DV Expo is returning to the Los Angeles Convention Center Nov. 4-6. Registration is now open at www.dvexpo.com.

Produced by NewBay Media, the expo is a one-stop destination for creative professionals including videographers, cinematographers, independent filmmakers, directors, producers, camera operators, editors, post supervisors, sound editors, motion graphics designers and Web video producers.

In addition to an exhibition floor with the latest products, DV Expo will provide information and education on cutting-edge technologies, applications, projects and business opportunities to the professional video community.

It starts Nov. 4 with Apple Pro certification training programs and sessions on digital cinematography, Web video, nonfiction filmmaking and HD post. In all, the expo will feature more than 45 conference sessions during its three day run.

There will also be free special events that are open to all attendees, including a Panasonic AVVCAM classroom, HD editing Seminars, daily master lighting classes, a tapeless production primer and an introduction to Adobe's new CS4.

At the center of DV Expo is its show floor, which opens on Wednesday, Nov. 5.

"Over the past 12 years, DV Expo has emerged as a vital event for the West Coast's creative community," said conference chair David E. Williams. "This year's expo will offer unmatched educational and networking opportunities for our attendees, making DV Expo a 'must-attend' event for anyone in the community interested in getting jobs, building their businesses, and succeeding in difficult times."

DV Expo 2008 association partners include Digital Cinema Society (DCS), Digital Video Professionals Associations (DVPA), DVD Association (DVDA), LA Red Users Group (LARUG), LA Final Cut Pro Users Group (LAFCPUG), Society of Camera Operators (SOC) and Wedding Event Videographers Association (WEVA).

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