The April 2014 issue of Government Video magazine is now done and getting shipped from the printers. We would normally get it out a week later, but we worked overtime to get it ready to be available at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show, which is coming up in Las Vegas starting on April 6. If you are at the NAB, you can pick up a copy of GV in the magazine bins near the main door to the Las Vegas Convention Center, or you can grab a copy at the NewBay Media booth (C2844). I will be at the NewBay booth at random times during the show, and will be happy to meet you if our paths should cross.
In the April issue of GV, we have an interesting article on the function and design of emergency command centers, an overview of professional camcorders targeted at the government sector, a look at how police generate and record in-car video (including experiments with Google Glass) and a couple of product reviews of items that could easily find their way into government video producers' toolkits. If you think you would like to write a product review for Government Video, get in touch with me and we will discuss it.
There's also a commentary from a college senior about to embark on a career as a videographer/director.
In the meantime, I hope you enjoy the April issue of GV. If you will be heading to the NAB, travel safely and maybe we will meet at the show.