The Video Show brings together creative professionals behind every lens
The Video Show features a wealth of sessions in 16 topical program Streams, presented on nine Studio stages running from 10AM to 5PM.
The Future of Video

 Take a look at the trends shaping the future of video. From augmented reality to 5G and streaming, we’ll cover where today’s video is heading. 

Producing News and Video in Washington, D.C.
In addition to providing networking opportunities throughout, the sessions will explain permitting processes to touring unusual locations to introducing local user groups, organizations, meet-ups and associations to screening recent projects produced in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
Independent Filmmaking
Commissioners, distributors and successful indie filmmakers will discuss everything from sourcing crew, getting your films out there, and budget-saving advice.
Mobile Newsgathering
Designed for video creators who are reporting from locations or generating video on the go, this Studio will examine all of the technologies—including cameras, camera support, microphones, batteries, streaming devices, and portable storage.
 
Sports Production
With Tokyo 2020 fast approaching. sport’s on everyone’s mind! This stream will feature top sports producers, overviews of the best lenses and cameras for sports production and more.
Documentaries: Wildlife and Beyond

Attendees to this seminar will learn to improve how material is captured—and hear about new advances including camera traps, FLIR imaging, low-light camera sensors, equipment for extreme conditions, and remote monitoring while also learning from experts about how to best approach a documentary project.

Military, Government & Publicly Funded Video
 A top lineup of high-level professionals from government agencies and associations bring you panel discussions, case studies and best practice
Business of Video
Key for all professional videographers, this program focuses on the business end. From marketing to distribution, find out everything you need to know and more about conducting your business.
Editing and Post Production

Sessions look at software comparison, sound editing and design, as well as components of an editing system - a must-see for all attendees. 

AV and Installations

Programmed by the editors of AV Technology, Systems Contractor News and Sound & Video Contractor magazines, this Studio will focus entirely on  informing and inspiring those involved in AV, including a look at new equipment

Events, Conferences and Weddings

This Studio is dedicated to learning about the production and delivery of live events—everything from capturing a wedding to streaming a high school game to distributing a multi-camera stadium concert online.
 
360 Video & Virtual Reality

From concept to delivery, watch and learn about groundbreaking and immersive Virtual Reality experiences

Social Video

Insightful seminars on mastering social media video on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, building communities and analyzing audiences

Podcasting
The Podcasting Studio sessions take current and would-be podcast creators through the workflow of production and delivery, compares set-ups and software, examines available apps and platforms for distribution, advises content creators on how to identify and develop an audience, and how to best monetize a podcast or network.
Streaming 
Video for Educators
As educators are increasingly using video, it’s vital they know about the many possibilities for this media. Hear from representatives of schools and universities about the technologies and workflows they’re using, and get inspired while learning how video can enrich the classroom experience.
Explore all aspects of live streaming, including how to set up a streaming studio, what technologies are available for live production, best practices for incorporating streaming media into your business, and how to implement enterprise-wide solutions.