About Government Video
Expo Stories below are about Government Video Expo, the Mid-Atlantic region’s premier event for video, broadcast and AV professionals. To learn more about the next show, including exhibits, training options, free seminars, keynotes, networking opportunities and more, visit www.gvexpo.com
Maintaining integrity, credibility when the perception is that news is biased, fake or opinionated.
CTA Market Research VP Steve Koenig previews 2019 CES at the 23rd annual event.
23rd annual DC event covered the latest trends in IP, AI, 4K and security
The broadcast journalist will headline Government Video Expo on Nov. 28
A group of NASA engineers, imaging specialists and distance learning leaders will descend on the Government Video Expo this year.
Live video streaming has become commonplace for many agencies, businesses, and individuals. But what's the best way to do it?
Woodruff, Foreman, Koenig to lead discussions in Washington
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Will and Jim Pattiz of Sea Raven Media are documenting all 60 U.S. national parks for an ambitious (and awe-inspiring) video project.
3 Roads Communications Founder Russ Hodge discusses how government agencies can better connect with citizens through TV programming.
Map out your training sessions.
The event features 32 live free presentations and a free exhibit floor, as well as additional training opportunities.
Visual storyteller and former Marine Callahan gets it.
Find out more about the emerging trends that will shape video in the next two years.
New tech from Vinten, Anton/Bauer, Litepanels and Autocsript on tap.
Cops on screen are not only fun but help build community ties.
CAMIO, Paint and Prime Graphics in the spotlight.
DINFOS instructor encourages producers to get creative with ideas and tools
Highlighting the company’s booth is its new matrix system for KVM-over-IP.
All-day “SMPTE in DC: Essential Technology Advances for Media Pros” will take place Wednesday, Nov. 28.
Government Video Expo keynote and network correspondent Foreman produces an immersive video for viewers.
This year, the event is offering more educational and training sessions than ever before.
Foreman has established much of CNN's work "beyond video" by playing a key role in the development of an immersive, 3D virtual studio
Director/VFX supervisor Mark Lambert will be featured at Government Video Expo
June 29 is last day for paper submissions to Government Learning Technology Symposium
Deadline is June 29; held in conjunction with Government Video Expo
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.