Industry Events

  • Tarika Technologies Is In The Business Of Making You Look Good

    Posted by Valerie Nolan on February 1, 2013

    Imagine an event where you are watching a speaker who is teaching you something new and exciting using a captivating PowerPoint presentation. Yes, it's true. PowerPoint can be captivating. How do I know? Because Tarika Technologies has crafted eye-catching, animated PowerPoint presentations. Tarika Technologies founder Sachin Agrawal has more than 14 years of industry experience in various aspects of business technology. While consulting for small and mid-size companies, as well as Fortune 500 clients and government organizations, Agrawal became captivated by the value that a properly deployed technology plan can add to a company.

  • Government Video Expo 2012

    Posted by Tony Muzzatti on November 13, 2012

    DC's leading training event for professionals in the TV, video, film, motion graphics and New Media industries. In its seventh year, DMDC offers 3 full days of sessions in 5 parallel tracks and includes 48 unique sessions focusing on the latest techniques and practices for editors, motion graphics designers, new media professionals and video producers. DMDC is produced by Future Media Concepts, the nation’s leading training organization and features the world's best Certified Instructors, award-winning editors, authors and power users.

  • #NABSHOW Buzz Coverage for #NAB2011

    Posted by Rebekah Toth Burns on April 7, 2011

    Ah-- so much to see and do over the span of this year’s National Association of Broadcasters 6-day convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, from April 9-April 14. There’s a great lineup of conferences set to begin April 9th and exhibitions to follow starting April 11th. If by chance you hadn’t planned on attending there’s still time to make it. NAB is still offering FREE passes to the exhibits on their website. Crews Control will be on the scene shooting a showcase of the best in gear and workflow solutions and will have a few tips, tweets, and info links here on what not to miss when you touch down for the show.

  • Continuing Ed for Creative Endurance

    Posted by Andrea Keating on March 8, 2011

    Emerging new media and technology are ever-evolving factors that influence how creative professionals produce for our industry. Newer tools, methods and software are being released by the time we've mastered the last greatest thing to come along. How do creative’s stay ahead of the changes and still consistently produce fresh and relative content? We wanted to know about professional development for creative’s so we took a poll to get an idea. It turns out; production professionals are looking for ideas too. Read on for the full report and learn where imaginative and savvy producers go to squeeze the pulp to get their creative juices flowing.