IOV2002 Convention, Trade Exhibition

Jan 3, 2002 12:00 PM, Editors

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Showcasing all the latest technology and services in digital video production, the IOV2002 Convention and Trade Exhibition will take place at the National Motorcycle Museum on April 24-25, 2002. Situated opposite the UK's National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, IOV2002 will include a full schedule of seminars and workshops that are aimed to address the wide-ranging needs of today's video production community -- from Web-streaming video to panel discussions on all key business topics.

The Institute of Videography was established in 1985, and held its first trade exhibition in 1987. Since then, this event has grown in both size and reputation, and is now the leading calendar event for Europe's growing professional videography community.

The trade exhibition is now spread throughout the museum's three main exhibition halls, and will include all major video camera and VCR manufacturers, nonlinear system providers and general dealers, as well as copyright-free music publishers and recordable media suppliers. Considered as a "buying event" by regular attendees and exhibitors, there will be many special deals to be found throughout the exhibition.

The IOV welcomes non-members, and offers a free convention pre-registration service via their Website (www.iov.co.uk) - saving the £10 entrance fee. This site also includes details on exhibiting companies, timetables, location maps and other important convention news. Delegates without Internet access can register by calling +44 (0) 20 8502-3817.






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