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The Video Show 2019

TIVA at The Video Show 2019

The Video Show StudioTIVA can't wait for The Video Show (a.k.a. the event formerly known as the GV Expo), running December 4–5 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. This year sees the event focusing on the entire gamut of video production — including broadcast, independent film, sports, news, corporate video, government video, education, streaming and event video — so there will be plenty for everyone to take advantage of, including more than 100 sessions on eight presentation stages, as well as a dedicated screening room and an exhibit floor where attendees can get some hands-on experience with the latest products and technologies, showcasing companies including AJA Video Systems, Sony, Canon, Nikon, Barbizon, and many others.

And after a wildly successful pilot project at last year's event, TIVA is thrilled to be providing a live stream from the event floor, interviewing industry movers and shakers across the course of the two days!

Moreover, if you come and see TIVA at booth 300 at any point during the show, you can take advantage of special discounts that will only be available at The Video Show: 50% off of new TIVA memberships, and 25% off of annual renewals! (These discounts are only available for registering or renewing at the show itself.)

The Video Show Exhibit FloorYou can register for the show at www.thevideoshow.com/begin. Registration for the exhibit floor itself — allowing access to the 80+ exhibitors on the show floor — is FREE so long as you preregister by December 3. Or you can sign up for a premium Studio pass to enjoy not only the main floor, but to see some of the fantastic panels and robust content that will be presented. A one-day Studio Access Pass is $49, and a two-day pass is $75. But as a special discount for TIVA members, you can use the code TIVA to save $25 off of those rates! But be sure to register in advance — if you put it off until the event itself, that floor-access registration goes up to $25.

Speaking of which, TIVA will be presenting at not one, not two, but three panels this year:

TIVA-DC Presents: Best Practices for Incorporating Streaming Media in Your Small Business Marketing Plan
Wednesday, December 4 | 3:15 pm – 4:00 pm

Not long ago the ability to use live or on-demand video as part of your marketing portfolio was cost prohibitive for all but the largest organizations. Reaching potentially millions of customers, constituents, or stakeholders required complex and costly broadcast media spends with a limited ability to target messaging or evaluate efficacy. This panel of experts will help you develop optimal processes to use streaming media to market your organization, goods, and services and identify tools to help you measure success.

Panelists include Victoria Bruce, Tim Reyburn and Laura Seltzer-Duny.

TIVA-DC Presents: Best Practices for Selecting a Streaming Media Partner to Enhance Corporate Communications
Wednesday, December 4 | 4:15 pm – 5:00 pm

Streaming video has become a mainstay of corporate communications in recent years but few firms have the in-house expertise to realize the technology’s full potential. Hear an expert panel of industry participants discuss what to look for in a streaming media partner. What level of support is needed? Do you require a simple ad-supported content delivery network? Or is a more robust solution with support, security, service level agreements and advance video platform features required to best advance your organization’s messaging?

The panel presentation will be led by Scott Grizzle.

D.C. Indie Community: Resources for Getting Your Dream Project Made
Thursday, December 4 | 2:15 pm – 3:00 pm

Hollywood films have studios backing them up, but for many independent filmmakers, their support comes from local independent film associations that can help in numerous ways from development through post-production. Organizations like Docs in Progress, Women in Film & Video and TIVA-DC do this for DMV filmmakers at all stages of their careers, and executives from all three will be on hand to discuss many of the benefits that are available with them.

TIVA President Bill Coughlan will be speakng along with Melissa Houghton of Women in Film & Video.

The Video Show Exhibit FloorCovering every aspect of video content creation and distribution, the show offers 100 sessions organized into studios that focus on specific areas of interest. Attendees can select the sessions that are most relevant to them, from a list that includes:

  • The Future of Video
  • Producing News and Video in Washington, D.C.
  • Independent Filmmaking
  • Mobile Newsgathering
  • Sports Production
  • Documentaries: Wildlife and Beyond
  • Military, Government & Publicly-Funded Video
  • The Business of Video
  • Editing and Post Production
  • AV and Installations
  • Weddings & Live Events
  • Augmented, Virtual & Mixed Reality
  • Social Video
  • Podcasting
  • Video for Educators
  • Streaming

For a full rundown on the content streams, visit the conference web site.

This really is a fantastic opportunity to see some great new advances in the field of video, as well as catching up with your colleagues (and meeting new collaborators for the future). We really hope to see as many of you at the event as possible!

TIVA Panelist biographies

Victoria Bruce

Producer, Director, Writer

Victoria BruceVictoria Bruce is a writer, director, producer, and media coach with experience in promoting film and book projects, small businesses, technical and scientific meetings, breaking research and political campaigns and candidates. Victoria has appeared as a host and guest on many television and radio shows including Good Morning America, Larry King Live and NPR's weekend edition and Marketplace.

Bill Coughlan

President, TIVA-DC

Bill CoughlanBill Coughlan is an award-winning screenwriter and director, and is one of the founders of Tohubohu Productions. He worked for 26 years with The Advisory Board Company in Washington, D.C., where he began as a graphic designer before segueing into video and multimedia, and then eventually into the ranks of creative department management. In addition, he is the Associate Artistic Director of Jabberwocky Audio Theater, been a judge for both the TIVA Peer Awards and the Emmy Awards, founded and co-hosted the long-running Tohubohu Producer Podcast, and is an accomplished animator and ambigram artist. He also enjoys acting, voiceover performance, design and illustration, editing, and writing autobiographical comments in the third person.

Scott Grizzle

WW Channel Sales, IBM Cloud Video

Scott GrizzleScott leverages his extensive knowledge in broadcast and video streaming technology as a lead in Solutions Engineering for the IBM Cloud Video unit. With more than 20 years of operations, engineering, and management experience in the high-tech and broadcast industries, Scott drives sales strategies and analyzes customer needs with an eye towards future industry innovation. Prior to joining IBM, Scott was Director of Business Development and Product Management for DVEO, where he was responsible for creating hardware design for the streaming media industry. Throughout his career, Scott has worked with high profile accounts such as Netflix and CBS, and has consulted on major platform and delivery designs for tier one broadcasters. In addition to helping to write standards and workflows that are widely used in the streaming industry, Scott designed much of the earliest field encoding and streaming equipment, and was one of the first streaming experts to handle 100,000 simultaneous viewers. He is a two-time finalist for Top Tech Executive in San Diego Magazine and holds a master’s degree in Management from National University.

Melissa Houghton

Executive Director, Women in Film & Video

Melissa HoughtonMelissa J. Houghton joined Women in Film & Video (WIFV) as Executive Director in August 2005. Since that time, membership has grown to more than 1,000 media professionals; program provision now averages 70 professional development offerings per year along with the Image Makers program for high school students and the Kids World Film Festival for 5th graders. WIFV has added fiscal sponsorship of independent media projects, a web pilot mentoring initiative, management of Women in Film & Television International, and the Carolyn’s First Decade Fund to its portfolio of programs that benefit members. Houghton has served on the boards of the DC Architectural Foundation, DC Film Alliance, and Wide Angle Youth Media. She is currently a member of the WETA Community Council, the FAVS Advisory Board at George Mason University and the Advisory Board for The Actors’ Center.

Tim Reyburn

CEO and Founder, Ticoscen Inc.

Tim ReyburnTim Reyburn’s company, Ticoscen Inc., specializes in expert Evaporative Light Scattering Detector (ELSD) calibration, repair services and field service support. He is also a college graduate in Electronics Technology from NVCC. Reyburn is known as “The ELSD Guy” and keeps companies’ ELSD instruments compliant with FDA regulations, metrology, validation, and calibration. Tim also wrote the reference SOPs, IQ/OQ/PQ-PV’s and TRUE PM’s procedures. Tim is also familiar with the strengths and weaknesses of the different brands of ELSDs currently on the market. Tim has further honed his Evaporative Light Scattering Detectors and HPLC troubleshooting skills for the past 25 years at Ticoscen and developed the Gas AC Mizer control/automation product line.

Laura Seltzer-Duny

Producer, Director, Media Trainer

Laura Seltzer-DunyLaura Seltzer-Duny has been producing and directing award-winning television documentaries and educational programs for over 15 years. She has filmed and edited hundreds of videos that have aired on PBS, Discovery Channels and prime time TV. Laura has worked with numerous nonprofits and businesses to create professional, high-quality videos promoting a variety of causes and companies.

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