Post|Production India Conference to Launch in New Delhi and Mumbai
Cutting Edge Training for Video, TV, Film and New Media Professionals
NEW YORK, NY, October 1st 2008 - Future Media Concepts (FMC), the premier international producer of digital media training conferences, announced today the debut of the Post|Production India Conference. The conference will be offered in both New Delhi on January 7th/8th, 2009, and in Mumbai January 12th/13th, 2009.
The Post|Production India Conference is produced in partnership with Taira MediaTeq Pvt. Ltd. and in association with the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), and is India’s largest resource for training in digital media creation, editing and delivery. Designed for professional content creators at all levels, the Conference features 3 full days of technical training sessions in 3 parallel tracks, and more than 50 sessions to choose from. Sessions will focus on digital video production techniques, HD, Avid, Adobe and Apple software training and award-winning keynote speakers - all focused on production, post-production, New Media, motion graphics and delivery practices for visual content.
Sessions are taught by leading talent of Hollywood and top US video and TV professionals. To inspire attendees, the Conference features keynote presentations by an award-winning film editor. This high-profile keynote will screen clips from his/her work, specially selected to illustrate discussions of creative decision-making and craft and take you through their step-by-step approach to achieving best results. Technical trainers include leading US talent, Certified Instructors and book authors, who are all presenters at the NAB Post|Production World Conference in Vegas.
"We are pleased to work with Future Media Concepts and Taira MediaTeq to establish India's debut Post|Production Conference," said Chris Brown, NAB Executive Vice President of Conventions and Business Operations. "This seminar will provide media professionals in India's vast film and entertainment industry with invaluable information on how to create dynamic video and film content."
Ben Kozuch, FMC President and Conference Chair, notes: "We are excited to bring our world-renown conferences to the Indian market. India has an important and established content creation community and we believe that both the TV-centric audience in New Delhi and the film-centric audience in Mumbai would benefit greatly from learning best practices to maximize their creativity and efficiency on the tools they use."
Rahul S. Deshpande, Managing Director, Taira MediaTeq, notes: "We are proud to bring in Future Media Concepts and NAB to deliver a professional training conference to the creative community of professionals for the first time in India. We feel the community will benefit greatly from the international talent who are coming to share their extensive experience in creating stunning content and visual effects."
For more information, conference schedules and registration forms visit www.ppic.in or call Varun Chawla at +91 99108 11300.
About Future Media Concepts
Future Media Concepts, Inc., is a leading producer of education-rich conferences and expositions for the production and post-production industries. FMC conferences feature cutting-edge training on digital editing, motion graphics, sound design, web development, new media, 3D animation, and video production techniques, as well as industry trends. FMC conferences are objective and taught by certified trainers, power users, and published authors. The company is also the nation's premier digital media training center, providing a complete range of manufacturer-authorized training in all areas of digital media. For more information please visit: www.FMCtraining.com.
About Taira MediaTeq Pvt. Ltd.
Taira MediaTeq is focused on emerging markets in two major verticals – 1) Media technology consultancy & outsourced services, and 2) Media technology education. The company is dedicated to being vendor-agnostic to provide clients with the most suitable solution for their requirements, which ranges from consulting to undertaking the build-out and management of a television channel’s technology requirements. Our outsourced services currently revolve around broadcast graphics, digital asset management, and media recovery/digitization and repurposing. Media technology education aims to grow the skilled labor force in the broadcast and film industry through a series of targeted conferences and technical institutes.