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The 2017 Government Video Expo & National Drone Show was held Nov. 28-30, with the first day (Nov. 28) set aside exclusively for the DC Post Production Conference.
Social media has changed how communications professionals operate in all spheres and the new platforms offer their own challenges and opportunities for those working for the federal government.
While the Government Video Expo & National Drone Show is ostensibly the place government entities from federal to local levels attend to seek technologies and information to help them do more with audio and video, the show also taps attendees of all sizes from the metro Washington, D.C., region and beyond.
The Packard Campus at the Library of Congress’ National Audio-Visual Conservation Center celebrated its 10th anniversary in July, and Government Video Expo attendees learned more about preserving our audiovisual heritage in Wednesday’s session “Content Preservation and the Library of Congress.”
If you can remember seeing a commercial promoting the Marines, National Guard, Army or other military service branches, visited a military website; or checked out the Armed Forces Network, then you’re already familiar with some of the work of the Defense Media Activity.
It was harder than it looks to create the most-watched video in the history of the National Park Service—currently with more than 1.6 million views—Mathew John, the audiovisual production specialist for the National Park Service, told the 2017 Government Video Expo crowd.
The ChyronHego Camio Universe is a software-based newsroom production ecosystem that enables a producer-driven approach to news content creation and playout.
Video and visual storytelling will be crucial in 2018—for government communicators, education, law enforcement, non-profits, and beyond.
There will be plenty to see at the For-A booth during the 2017 Government Video Expo, as the company has announced that it will feature a portable video switcher, video server, Class X character generator and LTO video archiving recorder as part of its display.
G&D North America will be on the GV Expo show floor with its ControlCenter Digital Matrix Switch (CCD288), which provides 288 ports and enables a versatile and flexible KVM infrastructure.
Perhaps inspecting a virtualized fly’s brain wasn’t the first thing that came to mind when the staff at the University of Virginia’s Advanced Research Computing Service department purchased its virtual reality equipment, but it certainly fit the intended goal.
IHSE will demonstrate the Draco tera enterprise hybrid fiber/Cat-X Matrix Switch, which the company says is designed for large-scale, KVM-class signal routing in space-constrained work areas such as mobile production, production studios or command-and-control environments
Mathew John, an audiovisual production specialist with the National Park Service, will address Government Video Expo attendees at 10:15 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 29, just after the expo opens.
“From Research to (Virtual) Reality” panelist Harrison Linowes has the distinction of being one of the younger presenters at this year’s upcoming Government Video Expo, but the University of Maryland student has been working with virtual reality technology since he was a teenager.
Col. Martin Downie, the commandant of the Defense Information School at Fort Meade in Maryland, will address Government Video Expo attendees on Thursday, Nov. 30, 12–1 p.m.
Virtual reality offers its users all kind of possibilities, whether it be traveling to far off places, or experiencing a sporting event in a never before seen way.
For-A’s slate of products that are expected to make an appearance at the 2017 Government Video Expo cover a frameworks like resolution, transmission, dynamic-range/color-gamut and codecs.
Magewell is making a stop at this year’s Government Video Expo and it is bringing its new dual-channel 4K models of its Pro Capture line of PCI Express capture hardware to the show.
The possibilities of aerial cinematography via drones are put on display in all six of the winning films for the 2017 DC Drone Film Festival.
Barrinton Baynes and his colleagues at the Gelardin New Media Center at Georgetown University don’t want to wait to have their students learn about virtual reality in textbooks.
After its inaugural run at the 2016 Government Video Expo, the Government Learning Technology Symposium will be back for this year’s edition.
Collaboration and security, field and studio production, and live streaming will all be topics covered in a series of sessions that will be housed at the Production Solutions Pavilion at this year’s Government Video Expo.
James Snyder, an Emmy Award-winning digital media engineering, data and media archiving, preservation, production and project management specialist, will present a keynote at Government Video Expo, Nov. 29–30, 2017 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
Video and other forms of new media are becoming more prominent tools for military organizations and Ray Shepherd, director of Defense Media Activity at the U.S. Department of Defense, will speak about it firsthand at this year’s Government Video Expo.
Social media isn’t just for tweeting the latest hashtags or gifs, and Col. Martin Downie will be stressing that during a series of presentations at this year’s Government Video Expo.
The 2017 Government Video Expo is adding a new feature for its attendees this year with the three-day DC Post | Production Conference.
The DC Drone Film Festival is returning to the National Drone Show and Government Video Expo for its second year and is now accepting entries.
Features highlights and commentary from this year’s show and it’s all free
Nation’s capital gets the latest in gear and techniques
Lisa Ellman, a partner in the law firm of Hogan Lovells, addressed attendees on day two of the National Drone Show
An overview video of the happenings on the GV Expo exhibit floor
Suggests to those considering to use a drone to have a “articulable mission and purpose” for one
The show’s last day finishes off with popular giveaway