Production and post-production trade show on 1 November in Mumbai

Come 1 November, TV studio owners, editors, animation and graphic artists are going to be headed towards Mumbai's World Trade Centre. The reason: the eleventh edition of the Broadcast India trade show, showcasing the latest in post and production equipment, will be flagged off on that day. Organised by Saicom Trade fairs & Exhibitions from 1-3 November, the show will be preceded by a two-day Symposium from 30-31 October 2001 at Y.B. Chavan Centre which is a hop step away from the WTC.

"The entire exhibition space has been booked," says Saicom promoter Ramesh Meer. "The response has been very enthusiastic."

JVC, Sony, Panasonic, Silgicon Graphics, Discreet, Matrox, Orad, AVID, Soundscape, Tascam, AKG, Shure, DPS/Leitch, Fairlight, Eela Audio are all expected to unveil their products at the show, some of which have been unfurled at IBC, SIGGraph and Broadcast Asia earlier this year. More than 250 of the worlds leading companies from 30 countries, are expected to show up for the trade show this year.

The DPSVelocity (providers of post production equipment) stall at last year's event.

"The event is expected to attract more than 21,000 trade visitors," says Saicom CO-promoter Kavita Meer. Senior professionals from the broadcasting and post industry are expected to speak at the symposium and topics will run the gamut of TV, radio, video, audio, film, music, lights, cable, satellite, multimedia, transmission, computer graphics, broadband Internet and all their allied and associated technologies.

According to a press release issued by Saicom Trade Fairs & Exhibitions, the highlight of this year's event is Technical awards Ceremony sponsored by Seagate International where "Seagate Technical Awards for Excellence in Digital technology in the field of Cinema and Television" will be given to the best professionals in this field.

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