UPCOMING EVENTS


Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers
Presents
SMPTE TECHNICAL CONFERENCE and EXHIBITION

October 24-27, Brooklyn, NY -- Education Day for Students and Faculty is October 25
For more information and to register go to www.smpte.org


Avid Technology Presents
NY Insiders Series
July 26, 2006 at Tribeca Performing Arts Center/BMCC

The July 26 th event will be the kick-off event for the NY series which is an extension to what we have been doing in LA for the past two years. Once a quarter we present on topics that are of greatest interest to the film or video program creator. The series was developed to not be sales and/or marketing, but as an outreach from the editors and product designers from within Avid to speak directly to the users themselves. Topics in the past have covered HD workflows, 23.976 versus 24, Interplay and WAN collaboration, P2 and XDCAM workflows, ScriptSync, etc. We want to be able to find a consistent home to the NY Insider series as we did in LA.
<img src="ASSETS/program_shots/smpte-logo.gif" width="80" height="48" align="right">Michael Phillips, Avid Technology
www.avid.com
Avid Technology, Inc. Avid Technology Park, One Park West, Tewksbury, MA, 01876


Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting

is hosting a FREE CAREER PANEL AT THE APOLLO
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Saturday, April 28 at 10:00am , at the Apollo Theater to present “Careers in Television Production: Paths to Opportunity .” The panel, presented in conjunction with the Center for Communication and the Apollo Theater Foundation, will detail the careers of television industry professionals, the paths they followed, and the opportunities they pursued in developing their careers.

See event and RSVP details here:
http://www.nyc.gov/html/film/html/news/040107_moftb_apollo_theater.shtm


Avid Technology

and the Video Arts and Technology Department of BMCC welcomes the

New York Avid Users Group

for their May meeting


Please join the New York Avid User Group on Wednesday May 9th at its new location, the Borough of Manhattan Community College. Tour the Video Arts and Technology Department at BMCC and hear Avid product experts talk about the latest systems and solutions.

 

 

High School Recruitment Dates:

Lincoln High School YABC Career Center

April 19, 2007 5-8pm

Prof. Noble will join the BMCC team to Present Education and Career Options in
Video Arts and Technolgy

Tribeca Film Institute College Fair
Next Steps…From High School to Higher Ed

April 30, 2007 4-6:30 pm

Downtown Community Television Center
87 Lafayatte Street

Prof. Noble will join BMCC VAT Students Presenting Undergraduate Options in
Video Arts and Technolgy

Upward Bound Tours and Workshops for NYC High School Students

Events are Held at BMCC

Group #4 April 25, 2007 4-6pm
Group #5 May 9, 2007 4-6 pm

Prof. Noble will lead a workshop presenting Education and Career Options in
Video Arts and Technolgy

TIPPS Forum on Non-traditional Careers for Women

Studio 510 B, BMCC
May 2, 2007 2:15-4pm

Prof. Noble will lead a panel of professionals in a workshop and group discussion on careers for women and minorities in Video Arts and Technolgy

Career Day at Chelsea High School

Morning Periods 2, 3, 4 at CHS
May 2, 2007

Prof. Noble will present Education and Career Options in
Video Arts and Technolgy at BMCC/CUNY


BMCC On Air: HD News Programming begins at Home
Are You the Next OPRAH?


BMCC has it's own TV show, and your can be a part of it. BMCC OnAir will begin shooting a second season this semester. If you think you are the next Oprah, or you want to be involved in live TV, this is a great opportunity for you.

Professional TV producer/editor Howard Ellis will guide students through the exciting process of creating programming in the brand new HD TV studio at the Media Center. The "crew" consists of interns from the VAT, MMV, and THE programs. Students will write, direct, and produce all technical aspects of the programs. The first shows should appear on the hallway monitors around the end of February 2007.
This project is made possible with funds from the NSF ATE grant and is intended to give students "real-life" exposure to the challenges of producing HD video using state-of-the-art equipment while meeting real production deadlines. The program was developed by VAT with the cooperation and talents of Prof. Jon Dash (CED) and Prof. Diane Dowling (THE). The project to upgrade the BMCC Media Center to an HD facility has been underway for more than a year. Director John Gallager and his staff are working with Mr. Ellis to get Studio B into ship-shape for this project.
jon dashTo find out more about the program please Click Here. Students who wish to be interns and work on the show should be eligible to complete an internship in VAT, MMV, or THE in the upcoming semester. THE students should see Prof. Dowling. VAT and MMV students should contact Prof. Dash well before the beginning of the semester and plan to register for the appropriate CED course.

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