01.19.2010 11:20 AM
Attend DigitalVision 2010, Wednesday Jan. 20

NewBay Media, in conjunction with The NAB Show is sponsoring DigitalVision 2010, Wednesday, Jan. 20. The all day event is a complimentary virtual trade show for digital content creation professionals featuring live Q&A, keynotes, moderated chat, and interactive product and technology exhibits.

DigitalVision 2010 will serve as a showcase of digital technologies, and will provide a glimpse of things to come at the 2010 NAB Show, scheduled for April 10-15, 2010 in Las Vegas. There also will be an educational component focusing on acquisition, production, audio, content management, content distribution and transmission topics.

The event will include virtual exhibits, featuring video presentations, live chats product information, and prize giveaways. Exhibitors include event sponsor Sony, additional sponsors Harris and Omneon, and virtual exhibits Clear-Com, Digital Rapids, Ensemble Designs, Mid-Atlantic Products, Snell, VCI Solutions, Viewcast, Wohler Technologies and the NAB Show exhibit.

A virtual lounge will be available where participants can discuss the latest developments in business and technology. The lounge will include a series of scheduled chats led by NAB Show participants and the editors of TV Technology, Television Broadcast, Videography, DV Magazine, Government Video, among others. Topics will include Mobile DTV, 3DTV, audio loudness, archiving, 3Gbps distribution, IPTV, security and surveillance, and more.

DigitalVision 2010 is free to attend. Visit www.digitalvision2010.com to register.

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