This Tuesday was inaugurated at the WTC of Mexico City one of the most important fairs in Latin America, Expo Cine Video Television broadcast technology. Although never has been characterized as a large fair, the fact is that until next Friday May 28 meets an important number of professionals eager to learn about the latest technology in broadcast and audiovisual.
Although Expo Cine Video Television, organized in Mexico by Telemundo magazine, never has been characterized for being a fair of large proportions, the truth is that in the WTC is each year an important meeting point for an important number of professionals eager to learn about the latest technology in broadcast and audiovisual. Next to the giants of the industry with important areas of exposure as Sony, PanasonicJVC or Thomson Grass Valley, this exhibition is an excellent opportunity for local integrators and its brands taken. Excellence, Comtelsat or AMTEC are just some of the 64 names who wanted to approach their customers through this event that will remain open until next Friday 28th.
Noteworthy is also that, as already happened at NAB 2010, the first impression of this Expo Cine Video Television is that we live a 'estereomanía', finding solutions 3D in every corner of the fair.
Parallel to the exhibition area the Organization has convened numerous conferences and workshops centered on issues such as the Organization of the library, pipeline design, production process in 3D, sound design, post production production live, concepts and standards of audio and video signals, editing in Avid, shooting with the network or the latest techniques in 3D modeling and animation.
On Wednesday, for example, Comtelsat has organized an interesting guided tour of the new studies of Fox Sport in Mexico City from which the star sports programs have begun to occur in this region.
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