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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, October 24, 2013
CCW Expands Production and Post-Production Offerings for All 2013 Attendees
Fifty New Sessions, Hundreds of Exhibits and Free Training Workshops Offer Extraordinary Value to Attendees
TRUMBULL, CT – (October 24, 2013) – Content and Communications World (CCW) (November 13-14) is proud to announce the expansion of unique offerings for production and post-production professionals to its 2013 conference schedule. The event will host world-class Super Sessions and complimentary training for full conference attendees, and dozens of the more than 50 complimentary 30-minute talks will cover issues vital to this segment of the media and entertainment industry.
The 30-minute sessions will take place in the Production + Post Theater and will feature a series of talks on the latest technologies, techniques and workflows transforming production and post-production for film, video and television. Sessions included in the Production + Post Theater include a discussion on Effective Visual Effects for Everyone, Advanced Post Production Hosting and an examination of whether or not Independents and Studios can coexist. CCW attendees also have free access to two other theaters, the Broadcast and Beyond Theater and the Streaming Media Theater.
With thousands of exhibitors and attendees under one roof, CCW offers a comprehensive platform to explore new technologies, best practices and innovative tools professionals can utilize to advance their professional interests and the industry as a whole. Helping to accomplish these objectives is an impressive line-up of expert speakers from the industry. Production + Post Theater speakers include, Evan Schechtman, Chief Technology Officer, @radical.media, Dave Satin, DIT, Digital Cinema Engineering LLCand Lenny Mastrandrea, Head of Color/Colorist, Nice Shoes. A complete list of speakers can be found here.
Full-conference attendees will have access to compelling Super Sessions held on the CCW Main Stage, including: Breaking Out of Silos, a session on creative collaboration and From Seen to Scene, which discusses the influence of great work on an editor’s choices. Additionally, representatives from Gold Coast Studios, Silvercup Studios, the, the Nassau County FilmOffice and the New York City Mayor’s Office will participate in a Super Session titled, NY TV & Film at All Time High - Is It a Good Thing?
Full-conference attendees will also have access to a returning favorite, the Manhattan Edit Workshop, featuring five compelling, one-hour training sessions on a range of post-production topics.
“CCW has always been a place for exhibitors and attendees to discuss the latest innovative technology surrounding media and entertainment production, post and distribution,” said Michael Driscoll, CCW Event Director. “With this year’s addition of the Production + Post Theater, we’re providing even more unique opportunities for professionals to meet , network and learn. We’re proud to have such a compelling mix of exhibitors, speakers, and technology on display.”
2013 CCW attendees can access over 50 total sessions (full conference attendees may also attend up to eight Super Sessions), over 300 exhibits and unmatched networking opportunity with an expected audience of more than 6,000. A full list of all sessions, sortable by date, time and location can be found here.
For more information, visit www.ccwexpo.com or contact Michael Driscoll, CCW Event Director at 203-371-6322 x204 or email@example.com.
About Content & Communications World (CCW)
Content & Communications World (CCW) is the fall's premier conference and exhibition for media, entertainment and communications technology. CCW features business solutions for content creation, management and delivery, along with a range of satellite, fiber, and IP communications solutions. Attendees enjoy end-user panels, meet leading vendors and explore the strategies, tactics and technologies leading the way in this rapidly changing market.