updated 08:55 am EDT, Wed July 21, 2004
Apple at DLexpo
Apple, with its iLife, Final Cut Express, and Final Cut HD applications, is among a list of companies that will be featured at the . Special workshops for schools and educators will also be offered, produced in conjunction with the Orange County Department of Education.
"The DLexpo is not a traditional trade show. It is designed to show people how digital products work and fit into their existing lifestyles," the press release states. "This is a program that cuts through the noise of a thousand companies waving their hands in the air and is what attracted me to the DLexpo," said Cameron Barrett, video producer and former university professor who is organizing the educational offerings for DLexpo. "It's not another trade show with workshops going on in side rooms. It's a unique approach to getting the general public, already hungry for information and education about these tools, to find what they've been looking for."
Other companies at DLexpo include Adobe, Panasonic, Nikon, Movieworks, Hoodman, Epson, eZedia, and Samsung.