Specialized Communications Corp., a Smithsburg-based broadcast and professional video repair and sales center, hosted a highly successful JVC Workflow Seminar in Baltimore, Maryland that produced some raving fans.
Frostburg State University’s FSU TV3 said, “The show was really good, had a lot of good information and liked that [we] could see [and] demo product. Thought it was better than the NAB booth.”
Additionally, Daniel Carpenter of D. Carpenter Videography said, “Great show! Liked it and thought it was very informative.” While Jeffery White of The White Wolf Group cheered, “Better than NAB or DV Expo!”
The objective of the seminar was to address the needs of both skeptics and fanatics alike and to familiarize attendees with JVC’s GY-HM100 and GY-HM700 cameras and post-production issues.
The seminar, which took place on August 27, 2009 at the Sheraton Inner Harbor, provided live presentations by Doug Davidson, District Sales Manager for JVC. He also launched Q & A sessions for one-on-one workflow assistance.
Specialized Communications staffed a booth that provided attendees with hands-on product demonstrations and workflow demonstrations for all known workflow scenarios.
Visit Specialized Communications Corp. website to stay abreast of upcoming shows and seminars by Specialized Communications Corp. or visit the Specialized Communications Web Store. For information contact Judy L. Hoffman at: 301-790-0103.
Specialized Communications Corp. – is currently the largest Panasonic Service Center in the US, specializing in P2 and DVCPRO repairs as well as Panasonic and JVC warranty repairs. Besides being a Flagship Dealer for Panasonic, Specialized Communications Corp. (spec-comm.com) is the only JVC solid solutions repair center in the US and works closely with such names as Grass Valley, Matrox and Adobe. Established in 1985, the company is headquartered approximately 60 miles outside of Washington, DC. The company’s president is David Linetsky and VP is Andrew Hoffman.