MediaLive International, Inc. today announced a redesigned four-track conference program for Seybold® San Francisco 2004, offering tracks in four aspects of content creation and publishing:
The program will provide publishing technology professionals with continuing education on the most current and emerging technologies and concepts that can be applied to entire enterprises. The 2004 program was created using the insight and suggestions from the Seybold Content Board, comprised of industry experts formed to guide conference development. Seybold San Francisco 2004 will take place August 16-19 at Moscone West.
Seybold San Francisco 2004 will offer its most in-depth, practical educational program ever. The four new conference tracks are designed specifically for:
Creative professionals involved in designing and creating content for print and online
Publishing professionals seeking new strategies, best practices and workflows
Business professionals looking for more effective ways to communicate
Content owners who implement, manage and support enterprise publishing systems
"We designed our continuing education programs to focus on areas that are changing the media technology industry, bringing attendees up to speed in the areas that matter most to them," said James M. Smith, VP and GM of Seybold Seminars, Publications & Consulting. "By reformatting this year's conference, we anticipate a higher qualified audience than ever before, making Seybold San Francisco 2004 an even more effective business-to-business event."
SSF 2004 will also include tutorials for comprehensive, technical training in more than 20 half-day courses focusing on: Web publishing, print publishing, PDF, XML, platforms, color and digital imaging and advance media. Each half-day tutorial is led by industry experts and provides knowledge and information that is immediately applicable to real-world situations. Also new to this year's program is the Seybold Intensive Series, five specially packaged two-day portions of the main conference designed for professionals looking for specific publishing technology solutions.
Seybold Seminars is now accepting speaker proposals for Seybold? San Francisco 2004. Professionals from the print and Web publishing industry and executives from the business communications industry interested in sharing best practices are invited to submit speaking proposals. For inquiries regarding speaking opportunities at Seybold? San Francisco 2004, please contact Ben Stricker (email@example.com).
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