Find ASPP at table #F7
Date: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Session: 10:00 am — 12:00 pm
Exhibit floor open: 12:00 pm — 7:30 pm (beer & wine served from 5:00 pm)
Roundtable discussions: 2:30 pm — 4:30 pm
The Altman Building, 135 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011
New York Visual Media Expo October 23, 2013
Visual Connections New York is firmly established in the industry calendar as the meeting place for people who work with stock images and footage.
Uniquely it’s focused on helping professional image/footage buyers and researchers discover new sources of creative and editorial media, learn about the legalities and logistics of licensing, network and have some fun!
“Well worth the time! Well-organized, informative, fun… and the best visual swag imaginable!” — Marian Calabro, CorporateHistory.net
The day starts at 10:00 am with an informative Q&A Session on licensing stills and footage: what you need to know. A panel of seven distinguished experts includes copyright, trademark and digital media attorney Nancy Wolff, founders of major image and footage archives, ASPP’s national President Michael Masterson and Vice President Sam Merrell, and experienced image buyers. They will be discussing the hottest issues in copyright, clearances, and anything else about licensing and using still and moving images. Submit your question online for priority treatment.
The exhibit floor opens at noon for you to discover inspiring new sources of still and moving imagery from around the world, covering a wide range of distinctive styles and content, from science and medicine to history and art.
“I met new agencies I hadn’t heard of. It’s great to be able to talk face to face with the people we only work with online.” — Mars Vilaubi, Storey Publishing
Through the afternoon you can join in any of four roundtable discussions, each led by two or three footage industry experts. These are a perfect follow-up to the morning Q&A Session and an opportunity to delve deeper into the ins and outs of licensing footage.
Entry to the exhibit floor is free. Tickets for the Q&A Session cost just $35 in advance (or $50 at the door, subject to availability). Complimentary lunch, snacks and beverages will be provided throughout the day, with beer and wine served after 5:00 pm.
It’s is a one-day only event, so be sure to register now and update your calendar for October 23, 2013.