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HPA Presents High Noon: Shoot Out at the Editorial Corral

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The Hollywood Post Alliance Sales Career Resource Group (SCRG) will present “High Noon: Shoot Out at the Editorial Corral” – an in-depth look at the changing landscape of editorial tools. High Noon is set for May 17 at the Beverly Garland Holiday Inn in North Hollywood, and will be moderated by Herb Dow, A.C.E.  The panel discussion will take a studied look at today’s editing systems and how they stack up to the demands of creatives, including the limits and the benefits of the technology.

A respected group of editors, technology specialists and executives join Dow on the panel, including: Brandon Balin, editor; Scott Carrey, digital media and technology specialist; Billy Fox, A.C.E.; and representatives from Adobe and Avid. Additional speakers to be announced.

The HPA SCRG luncheons are engaging educational events that create community among sales, marketing and business development professionals, provide a forum for professional support and deepen the value of the HPA.

Registration for the event is $60 for HPA members and $80 for non-members, and includes a buffet lunch. Early registration is encouraged as SCRG luncheon events often sell out and higher fees will apply for onsite registrations.

For event information and registration, please visit http://www.hpaonline.com.

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