(Los Angeles, California--March 19, 2012) The Hollywood Post Alliance Sales Career Resource Group (SCRG) will present a new lunch panel, its latest in a series of educational events that offer support, continuing education and training resources to post production sales and marketing professionals on March 21st. The panel, Live Production and Post...Catch It If You Can!, will be moderated by Marc Genin, Managing Director, Gearhouse Broadcast and will cover myriad issues impacting live programming for broadcast and streaming.
The panel will take place at the Beverly Garland Holiday Inn in North Hollywood, CA. Topics of discussion will include: How post is handled in live television production and what it means to our business; If increased live production is a threat to post; Where the opportunities are for live television post production; Growth in internet streaming as a distribution model and how this impacts the post process.
Joining Mr. Genin on the panel is an experienced and esteemed group of decision makers including: Anthony Carbone, Supervising Producer, Fear Factor; Jim DeFilippis, Sr. VP Digital Television Technologies and Standards at FOX; Joe Einstein, VP Operations and Tech Services, AEG Digital Media; and Jordan Velarde, Producer, Uncle Toad's Media Group.
The Hollywood Post Alliance SCRG luncheons create community among sales and marketing professionals, provide a forum of support and resources, and deepen the value of the HPA by exemplifying its ideals and commitment to post production industry support.
Registration fees for the event are $60 for HPA Members and $80 for Non-Members, and include a buffet lunch. Early registration is encouraged as SCRG lunch events sell out and higher fees will apply for onsite registrations. For event information and registration, please visit http://www.hpaonline.com/mc/page.do?sitePageId=69781
or call 213.614.0860.
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Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA) serves the professional community of businesses and individuals who provide expertise, support, tools and the infrastructure for the creation and finishing of motion pictures, television, commercials, digital media and other dynamic media content.