04.19.2006 12:51 PM
NAB2006 to feature new Web & Mobile Development Conference

The new Web & Mobile Development Conference at NAB2006 April 25-26 will offer an educational technology conference targeted toward professional Web designers, developers and content providers.

The conference, part of the NAB2006 MultiMedia World Conference package, will give convention attendees an opportunity to learn about content development for mobile media. It also will provide them with the chance to explore new applications on the expo floor.

The Web & Mobile Development Conference, produced by the NAB and Future Media Concepts and in association with Adobe, is designed to provide cutting-edge training for the next generation of digital media experts. The conference is tailored to meet the needs of intermediate and advanced professionals who work in television, video, Web, film or DVD production.

Sessions will focus on Web design and development, server-based media streaming and mobile content from industry experts. Topics will include Web technologies, such as CSS, XML, RSS, Flash Video, Content Delivery Networks, ActionScript and Flex, within the framework of Adobe's applications.

For more information visit www.nabshow.com.

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