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Women In Media at the NAB Show
April 7 - April 12
NAB is like ComicCon for gear geeks. So much electronic, hardware, software, VR, camera, sound, and production startup and established brands in one huge convention. From pod casts to post, you want to join Women in Media in Vegas, baby!
NAB takes place every year at:
Las Vegas Convention Center
3150 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109.
PANELS AND HANDS ON CLASSES
Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8th
FLOOR SHOW EXHIBIT HOURS
Monday, April 9, 2018, 10 am – 6 pm
Tuesday – Wednesday, April 10 and April 11, 9 am – 6 pm
Thursday, April 12, 9 am- 2 pm.
Women In Media will be at booth N5720 Come by our booth to recharge your batteries ~ literally and figuratively.
Network with our members, collaborators, and friends of all genders in our lounge while you charge your electronic devices. Please fill out this form to let us know your plans and if you would like to volunteer to be a WiM Ambassador.
NAB SHOW: TAKE A VENDOR TOUR WITH WOMEN IN MEDIA!
Tuesday, April 10 @ 10:30 AM
Meet us in our Booth N5720 at 10:30AM on Tuesday, April 10th for a scheduled tour of camera, grip, and electric equipment vendors. Wear your Women In Media tee shirts!
Some vendors who have set aside time for us are: JL Fisher, Rosco, Zeiss, Leica, American Grip/Dana Dolly, Sigma… More TBD!
PANEL: HOW TO GET HIRED – AN INSIDERS POV
Room 234/236 in the North Hall.
Wednesday, April 11, at 9 AM Doors open at 8:30 First come, first served.
Join us for a panel with decision makers about what they look for in potential hires. We’ll be talking about the qualities and qualifications they want to see when interviewing, as well as what kind of experience you really need to land the job. This event is for people interested in best practices when filling positions as well as those looking to gain employment on film crews and corporate jobs in entertainment. It will be followed by a networking session between those looking to move up and those in a position to hire.
Michael Goi, ASC, ISC has compiled over 70 narrative credits, including films for cinema and television screens such as “American Horror Story,” “Glee,” “Salem” and “The Town That Dreaded Sundown.”
Linsey Shea is a freelance production and operations manager working in the sports and entertainment fields.
Alicia Robbins is a principal at DrivingPlates.com, a plate company that specializes in 360 capture of driving footage that can be composited or projected in the background for driving scenes for TV and film.
Elizabeth Pratt is the Director of Professional Client Development & Support at Canon USA and heads Canon Professional Services.
Shelley Andagan is the Head of Post-Production & Operations of 3DPaint/FX.