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Next Video Conference + Expo Next Week, October 1-3

Formerly DV Expo, Next Video Conference + Expo is next Wednesday through Friday, October 1-3. The change in name brings more than just a cosmetic alteration, with several new and returning aspects of the expo promising to separate the Next Video Conference from its predecessor.

Switching focus to “the growing emphasis on the future of the video industry”, the Next Video Conference + Expo promises to focus on the newest products in video capture. To do this, they’re bringing back the conference portion of the Expo, with “5 tech-focused session tracks, a keynote luncheon and a networking reception” to help attendees stay on the cutting edge of what’s new in our industry. The exhibit hall will still naturally be a feature as well, running for the first two days of the Expo, with the conference portion being broken up throughout all three days.
There will also be several speakers throughout the Next Video Conference + Expo. The keynote speaker will be Matt Graham, Director of Digital Content for PBS. He’ll speak to how PBS “changed its own culture to usher in constant evolution” through the use of modern media, such as working within video on demand and analyzing viewer habits. Other speakers for the conference include Jeff Greenberg, Eran Stern, Christine Steele, and many more, all speaking about a various aspect of production from capture to post. As for the exhibit hall, highlights include Carl Zeiss, Blackmagic Design, Akitio, Azden, Marshall Electronics, and again, many many more.
There’s so much to this year’s new Next Video Conference + Expo it’s obvious the amount of effort that went into making sure this is a must attend event. HDSLR Shooter will naturally be on the floor to cover the show, so if you can’t make (though you should try!) then we’ll bring you some awesome info.
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Written by Jake Fruia

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