The Final Cut Pro User Group Network has announced the 8th Annual NAB
FCPUG SuperMeet will be held at the Rio Hotel (Las Vegas, Nevada) on
Tuesday, April 21. It provides an open forum for attendees to discuss
the rapidly changing landscape of postproduction and broadcast, talk
one-on-one with industry leading digital media technology developers,
and network with peers.

“The SuperMeet is and always has been the biggest party in town
during NAB week,” says Michael Horton, SuperMeet co-producer and
founder of the Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User Group. “It has become
the social gathering place for editors and digital content creators
looking to network, inspire, learn from each other and just have a
good time.”

Final Cut Pro User Groups (FCPUG) started as a grassroots movement to
connect Apple Final Cut Pro Editors at a local level. The producers
behind the SuperMeet have harnessed the energy of these local
chapters and turned FCPUG into the industry’s most influential user
organized event with an impressive number of members turning out for
each SuperMeet, says Horton.

Now in its eighth year, SuperMeet events are held in conjunction with
industry trade shows around the world; MacWorld (San Francisco, CA,
USA), NAB (Las Vegas, NV, USA) and IBC (Amsterdam, The Netherlands).
The user-driven format offers presentations and training by community
members and industry technologists, as well as presentations from
community member videographers and filmmakers.

The 8th Annual NAB SuperMeet will also host the FCP Trade Show. Over
25 developers and manufacturers will showcase the latest in digital
media technology. Attendees will have the opportunity to talk one on
one with leading manufacturers about the latest innovations for
postproduction and broadcast markets.

Tickets will go on sale February 23, 2009 for an introductory price
of US$10.99 per ticket. For more details about the 8th Annual NAB
SuperMeet, go here: