1. What Is CCW?
CCW stands for Content and Communication World and boasts of being the "largest and most powerful media, entertainment, video and communications technology conference and exposition on the East Coast of the United States". Hosted at the Javits Center, CCW is sometimes referred to as "NAB Show New York". With over 300 exhibitors and 7000 visitors, CCW offers plenty of opportunities to interact with the broadcast industry's latest products and professionals. For more information visit CCW's About page.
2. Will Adobe Be At CCW?
3. What Premiere Pro Sessions Are Available?
Here's a snapshot of sessions matching "premiere pro". This is not necessarily comprehensive. There are a few other sessions that focus on other aspects of post production, but still feature Premiere Pro. For example, Documentary Editing Techniques for Every Editor.
4. Who Are The Premiere Pro Speakers At CCW?
Have a guess at whose these faces belong to. Rollover images for answers. Click for bios.
5. Can't Make It To This Year's CCW?
Premiere Bro will skulking around the Adobe booth and live-covering all the Premiere Pro-specific sessions. Follow@premierebro for the latest and most relevant Premiere Pro news and soundbites. And don't worry about spam—Premiere Bro is an editor after-all. Also, get caught up with a summary blog post on the Premiere Bro blog at the conclusion of the event. It will be chock-full of Premiere Pro stories.
Premiere Bro is committed to enriching the Premiere Pro user community. So much so, I'm posting my CCW agenda here. Let me know if you have any questions regarding these Premiere Pro sessions and I will do my best to get you an answer. If you are going to CCW 2015 and are interested in attending any of these sessions, send me a Tweet. I'll save you a seat!