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Professionals Discuss EditShare at NAB 2013

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EditShare is featuring a lineup of speakers in the new theater area of its NAB 2013 booth (SL9010). In the Las Vegas Convention Center’s South Lower Hall, EditShare will host creatives from around the world, who will discuss how EditShare technology helped their productions and businesses.

Guest speakers will include film editor Scott Hill, (Here Comes The Boom, Zookeeper and Evan Almighty); Dylan Reeve of South Pacific Pictures, (Shortland Street); award-winning director Emre Sahin of Karga Seven Pictures, Kim Smith of Sasani Studios, (Big Brother Africa); Mind Over Media’s director of postproduction, Nathan Wadding; UQAM’s director of media, Martin L’Abbé; Lime Pictures’ technical manager, John Robertson, and Brook Horn, program manager for Sprint Vision.

Presentations will occur at the bottom of every hour, beginning at 9:30 a.m. each day.

“These special presentations promise to be interactive and engaging, and will go deep into the trials and triumphs of how prominent EditShare customers are using the latest tapeless technology to move their businesses forward,” said Andy Liebman, founder and CEO, EditShare.

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