Media Partners

 

American Cinematographer
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  • American Cinematographer, the oldest and most respected magazine in the film industry, will be exhibiting its current issue and selling valuable reference books for filmmakers, including the new American Cinematographer Manual -10th edition. Show-only discounts on books and subscriptions will be available.
  • www.theasc.com.
Bay Area Women in Film & Media (BAWIFM)
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  • Bay Area Women in Film & Media (BAWIFM) is a volunteer-run, non-profit organization that actively provides networking, educational and social opportunities for over 1,000 women film and media makers in the San Francisco Bay Area. We offer creative and professional support to our members through monthly events, panels and workshops, co-presentations, an annual short film showcase and an active on-line community. We work with individual film, television, and media makers, and local organizations and business that help women to connect, create and to be inspired. Whether you are just launching your professional career or you are an established professional in the field, BAWIFM is an invaluable social and professional network of Bay Area women in film and media.
  • http://bawifm.org/.
Broadcast Equipment Guide | Professional AV Buyers Guide | Post Production Buyers Guide
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  • The Broadcast, ProAV, and Post Production Equipment Buyers Guides are online Equipment Guides and News portals for the Broadcast, ProAV and Post industries. They are comprehensive online resources, offering all the information you need to find products, services and vendors for your Broadcast, ProAV, and Post Production projects. Plus, they provide the latest industry news, new product news, new product reviews, job listings, a calendar of events, and a variety of other resources.
  • http://www.broadcastequipmentguide.com/index.php
D.C. Office of Motion Picture and Television Development
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  • The mission of the Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment (OCTFME) is to create a sustainable entertainment and cable television industry in the District. To that end, OCTFME implements, manages, and administrates programs, initiatives, and services that support media industry economic activity, growth, and employment in the District of Columbia. OCTFME also regulates the District’s cable television service providers and operates the District’s public educational and government television channels the District of Columbia Network (DCN), the District Council Channel (DCC) and the District Knowledge Network (DKN).
  • http://film.dc.gov/
DCIA
  • The Distributed Computing Industry Association (www.DCIA.info) is the official international trade organization for connecting companies, content, and consumers to the cloud.Established in 2003 in Washington, DC, the DCIA’s mission is to foster development and adoption of distributed computing technologies for delivering high-value content.
    Current areas of focus are Big Data, Cybersecurity, Internet of Things, Mobile Cloud, and Social Networking.
  • DCIA Member Companies include broadband network operators, content rights-holders, and solutions developers. Its activities span advocacy initiatives, business development, communications – including the DCINFO newsletter and major industry webcasts such as the “IoT Marathon,” conferences and expos, standards setting, and working groups
  • www.dcia.info
DDC
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  • Who We Are
    We are a Washington, DC based community of Content Creators,Collaborators and Storytellers. An Adobe User Group and More
  • Our Mission
    Engage in collaborative learning experiences through physical meetings, socials, live stream events. To inspire creativity through curiosity, and share knowledge across all digital mediums.
  • Who’s Our Audience
    Editors, Sound Designers, Filmmakers, Digital Imaging Technicians (D.I.T), Colorists, Sound Engineers, Producers, Directors, Camera Operators, DPs, Videographers, Photographers, Illustrators, Designers and Creatives… anyone interested in learning and sharing knowledge.
  • http://www.districtcreate.org/index.html
Dronestagram
  • Dronestagram is the first social network of photos and videos captured by drone hobbyists.Thousands of users have already published pictures and the website is now gathering the most amazing aerial shots from a community of photographers seduced by the technological revolution offered by multi rotors.”Share your best aerial pictures and let’s build a world map of our Earth with a bird’s eye view!”
  • http://www.dronestagr.am
Drone Coalition
  • DroneCoalition.net is a collection of the best drone experts in the industry, each with their own blog all on one site.
  • http://www.dronecoalition.net
HD Video Pro
  • Filled with in-depth gear reviews, articles on technique and advice from top videographers, HDVideoPro is the professional’s guide to going high def. In every issue you’ll find: Profiles of top professionals and their work—Extensive pro-level equipment coverage to show you what’s new and how to use it—Detailed explanations of the latest technologies—everything from software to gear—Tips and techniques to help you create and run a profitable videography business—How-to articles that show youinnovative ways to use your hardware and software.
  • http://www.hdvideopro.com
IVMG
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  • The Interagency Visual Media Group (IVMG) is a forum for Intelligence Community (IC) media professionals who collaborate and share ideas, technical information and production techniques in a wide variety of visual media fields. IVMG members sponsor the annual IC Media Excellence Awards, which recognize outstanding achievement in video production, graphic design, animation and motion media, photography, and cartography.
  • The 2015 Interagency Visual Media Group Annual Meeting is scheduled to be held on Oct. 15, 2015. The IVMG is a one-day event for visual media professionals who support national security by producing electronic media for warfighters and national decision makers. Individuals who support this mission are eligible to attend the free annual meeting.
  • www.nro.gov/IVMG
Jersey Access Group
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  • The Jersey Access Group (JAG) is a professional advisory organization that informs, educates, and recommends in the areas of technology, legislation, and regulation that shape and direct the use of multi-communication platforms for content creators and distributors on behalf of municipalities, educational institutions, and other public media facilities. Visit www.jagonline.org.
  • JAG produces an annual conference specific to the needs of local communication infrastructure and support technology. Highlights include: special municipal communication workshops, a trade show with product presentations, and workshops covering a variety of communication topics. Visit www.powerofpartners.org.
  • www.jagonline.org
LEVA
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  • LEVA is a non-profit corporation committed to improving the quality of video training and promoting the use of state-of-the-art, effective equipment in the law enforcement and emergency services community. We make a positive contribution to a more competent public safety establishment. Whether your interest is training, crime prevention, public information, crime scene investigation, surveillance, internal communication, forensics or any of the other useful video applications, LEVA will help you save time and money, and improve your productivity.
  • https://www.leva.org/
Production HUB
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  • ProductionHUB is an online marketplace that connects businesses with professional content creators to make their projects come to life – from production companies, post houses, and equipment vendors to crew, freelancers & everything in between.
    Since its inception in 1998, ProductionHUB has been a B2B resource for professionals behind-the-scenes in media & entertainment; but with the popularity of video as a marketing tool, the business world has quickly adapted and ProductionHUB bridges this gap.
    Every day, thousands of production professionals of all levels gain new jobs, clients, and projects. ProductionHUB has grown to become the world’s largest and most active production community search site, attracting more than 6 million searches annually.
  • www.productionhub.com/
SCRI
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  • Since 1984, SCRI has been conducting industry surveys and producing reports on the broadcast and non-broadcast, pro video and digital content creations sectors in both multi-client off-the-shelf, as well as single client customized format.
  • SCRI Reports have been used by over 2,000 clients in the industry, including all of the major players as well as the U.S. Department of Commerce. SCRI data has been quoted in many trade press and general news articles, including the New York Times SCRI offers two types of off-the-shelf reports:
    • i. Global Niche Vertical Market & Technology Reports – detailed reports on niche market and key technologies facing the industry. List of reports and links to table of contents & pricing in table below.
    • ii. US Broadcast Pro Video Product Reports – tracks market size (units & dollars), vertical market analysis, growth patterns, forecasts, brand shares and analysis of major models for over 20 product types. List of reports and links to table of contents & pricing in table below.
  • http://scri.com/
SMPTE
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  • The Oscar® and Emmy® Award-winning Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®), a professional membership association, is a leader in the advancement of the art, science, and craft of the image, sound, and metadata ecosystem, worldwide. An internationally recognised and accredited organisation, SMPTE advances moving-imagery education and engineering across the communications, technology, media, and entertainment industries. Since its founding in 1916, SMPTE has published the SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal and developed more than 800 standards, recommended practices, and engineering guidelines.
    More than 6,000 members — motion-imaging executives, engineers, creative and technology professionals, researchers, scientists, educators, and students — who meet in Sections throughout the world sustain the Society. Through the Society’s partnership with the Hollywood Professional Alliance® (HPA®), this membership is complemented by the professional community of businesses and individuals who provide the expertise, support, tools, and infrastructure for the creation and finishing of motion pictures, television programs, commercials, digital media, and other dynamic media content. Information on joining SMPTE is available at www.smpte.org/join.
  • https://www.smpte.org/
TIVA
  • Television, Internet and Video Association of D.C. Inc. (TIVA-DC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit association that exists to enhance the professional and social development of its members and the entire Metro D.C. production community through monthly meetings, continuing education seminars and workshops, and exceptional networking opportunities.
  • http://www.tivadc.org/
Unmanned Systems Technology
  • Unmanned Systems Technology (UST) is dedicated to technology and innovation within unmanned systems. UnmannedSystemsTechnology.com, provides up-to-the-minute information about technological developments and suppliers operating in this sector. UST Magazine, delves into the science and engineering of unmanned systems, with high quality technical analysis of the core
    technologies.
  • http://www.unmannedsystemstechnology.com/
Universal Film Magazine
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  • The Universal Film Magazine is a free magazine that delivers passionate and creative coverage to the global film and festival communities. The Magazine is sponsored by UFFO, the Universal Film and Festival Organization which was created to support and implement a good business code of practice for film festivals and the filmmaking community. The Universal Film Magazine publication differs from the competition because it is totally free and is a unique crossover magazine that connects filmmakers and film festivals with the wider community.
  • http://www.ufmag.biz/index.html
Videomaker
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  • To help others achieve their pursuits by using video as a common communications medium. We picture a world where people use video cameras as regularly as they use ink pens, keyboards, cameras, email, texts, printers and blogs to communicate thoughts, ideas and concepts.
  • http://www.videomaker.com/
Virginia Film office
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  • The Virginia Film Office markets the state to film, television and commercial production and assists filmmakers in the production of their projects. The office is a part of the Virginia Tourism Corporation, whose goal is “supporting, maintaining and expanding … the tourism and motion picture production industries to generate revenue and employment in Virginia.” Founded in 1980 and located in Richmond, VA, the office prides itself in exceptional customer service and a wide variety of resources. Online production resources (locations, crew and support services) as well as complete information on incentives can be found at www.filmvirginia.org
  • http://www.filmvirginia.org/
Virginia Production Alliance
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  • The Virginia Production Alliance is a membership organization for anyone in the film industry who works in and around Virginia. It is the state’s only professional association that supports and represents Virginia’s film and television industry. The VPA provides services and support throughout the state and into the DC area.
  • http://www.filmvirginia.org/
WIFV
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  • Women in Film & Video of Washington, D.C. (WIFV) is dedicated to advancing the career development and achievement for professionals working in all areas of screen-based media and related disciplines. A nonprofit community benefit organization founded in 1979, WIFV is the premier professional resource for people who want successful media careers in the D.C. – metro region. Our resources, connections and advocates support of vibrant, creative media company.
  • www.wifv.org/