Cool looking Internet 2 workshop on Performance and Master Class Production Worksho

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To all —   

This is a notice that the room block cut-off date has been extended till this Thursday, January 5th 2006, for the jointly hosted Internet2 and New World Symphony workshop.  Be sure to make your travel plans in the next few days!  For registration and hotel details, see:  http://events.internet2.edu/2006/NWS/index2006.html

What:     Performance and Master Class Production Workshop
When:   30 January – 1 February, 2006
Where:  New World Symphony, Miami Beach, FL

Internet2 and the New World Symphony are hosting a hands-on audio/video production workshop on 30 January–1 February 2006 on the campus of the New World Symphony in Miami Beach, FL. The workshop will emphasize real-time experience connecting with remote sites over Internet2 advanced networks, setting up incoming and outgoing audio, creating a multi-camera shoot, placing lights and projectors and operating codecs. This year’s workshop will include demonstrations of state of the art codecs for producing events, will explore in depth the elements needed to do everything from simple one-on-one interactions to larger scale stage productions, and will highlight the latest network testing tools developed by Internet2. The workshop is designed for an audience of technologists responsible for setting up distance learning and remote interactive media events. Administrators, deans, CIOs, network and audio engineers, and other hands-on technicians will also find this workshop useful and are encouraged to attend.

Ann Doyle
Arts & Humanities Initiatives
Internet2
(734) 352-7011

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