On Wed, November 3 and Thur, Nov 4th at WGBH Boston, the Public Television Quality Group will be holding a two-day seminar designed to provide training for PBS producers.
The event costs just $50, and is the third in a series of five being given around the country. The goal of the workshop is to help people who produce programs for PBS understand how they can improve the technical quality of what they deliver.
There's some interesting workshops; the one I'd really like to go to is "The Great Frame Rate Debate" as it includes Douglas Trumbull, who did the special effects for 2001: A Space Odyssey, and other movies.
The next event will be in Nashville on January 13th, 2011.
QGPT: Quality Group Public Television