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Introduction To Radio Imaging

September 13th, 2016

If you are looking for a good company for your radio imaging project, there are plenty on the Internet to choose from, but they are not all the same. What can these companies do for you? A good one is going to have experience in doing trailers, liners, promos, stingers, bumpers and sweepers. You will also find that the best companies for radio imaging are going to be able to either fully produce your project or just provide a dry voice over. The easiest way to shop around and find out what all of your options are is to get online and do a search for companies. They do not have to be local, either; thanks to the Internet, you can search all over the world for the company you like for your voice talent.

For any radio format, these professionals have people available for a one time buyout, and they also should be available on retainer as well. The whole reason that people look for these radio imaging pros is to make their radio station reach audiences with a voice that stands out. Need a voice over or imaging done right away? Be sure that you look for a company with an immediate turnaround time with imaging that is powerful and exactly what youve been looking for. Youll be able to find the perfect female and/or male voice talent for your project, regardless of what it entails.

With websites of companies today, you should be able to attain high quality digital voice and audio production talent. The voice over hiring process will be simple when you are on a good website with plenty of information regarding every aspect of the process. You should be able to find the right voice talent for your particular project, and you also should be able to request an audition or rate quote right online. Not only that, but you should also receive a response within a few hours, if not a few days!

There are many radio imaging companies that have access to the very best voice talents, some of which may be award winning voices. They should always be offered at affordable rates, so when you find website that you are interested in, you need to make sure that the rates are competitive. You should be able to get information regarding completion times, friendly, fast and direct customer support, fast project completion times and also a guarantee that you are going to be satisfied with the voice talent they provide for your project. Your radio imaging needs should always be top priority with any company with which you choose to work.

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Day 1 – AN INTRODUCTION TO FOCUSED ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY (FACT)

May 24th, 2016

Day 1 – AN INTRODUCTION TO FOCUSED ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY (FACT)
Event on 2016-06-09 09:00:00
Due to health reasons Patricia Robinson will no longer be joining us at the workshop June 9th, 2016 at 9am-5:30pm: AN INTRODUCTION TO FOCUSED ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY (FACT) This workshop will provide a clinically focused introduction to Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (FACT). Participants will learn how to conduct a streamlined, change oriented interview, create a case formula and apply specific brief intervention strategies. FACT is based upon a trans-diagnostic approach to human suffering that incorporates acceptance, mindfulness and value-based behavior change techniques. Participants will learn these techniques by observing live role plays, followed by focused skill training. FACT strategies can be applied in individual as well as group therapy setting and can be used in public health initiatives designed to create healthy communities. Workshop objectives: • Describe the evidence pertaining to radical change in therapy • Apply brief approaches to assessment and clinical reframes • Use brief, accurate case formulation strategies • Plan powerful interventions to improve client openness, awareness and engagement TARGET AUDIENCE: Psychologists, Psychotherapists Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Psychiatrists INSTRUCTORS Kirk Strosahl – obtained his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Purdue University in 1981. He is one of the founders of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and specializes in the application of ACT as a brief intervention. He continues to work as a practicing clinician, working side by side with Family Medicine Physicians in daily practice at Central Washington Family Medicine, in Yakima, Washington. He has also co-authored both professional and self-help books on the brief applications of ACT and has taught clinicians around the world how to apply ACT principles in their practice. He has sometimes been called the “hands of ACT” because of his superb clinical skills.

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The Morgan Hotel, Fleet Street, Dublin 2
Dublin, Ireland

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Introduction to Medical Device Law and Regulation

March 24th, 2016

Introduction to Medical Device Law and Regulation
Event on 2016-04-12 00:00:00
Introduction to Medical Device Law and Regulation is happening on 12 Apr 2016 at Sidley Austin LLP Washington, DC?, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Research & Development industry.

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Adobe Illustrator for Movement Graphics Artists: An Introduction

August 23rd, 2014

INSTALL COMPLIMENTARY HUD VECTORS HERE: http://www.mographcandy.com/blog/2014/2/25/free-hud-elements-for-designers Inside Mograph Candy tutorial, I breakdown the ba…
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NEWS Fall 2014: Introduction to Grant Writing

July 27th, 2014

NEWS Fall 2014: Introduction to Grant Writing
Event on 2014-08-20 09:00:00

N.E.W.S.: Introduction to Grant Writing

What to Bring: 

A project or grant proposal you are currently working on or plan to work on soon.

For those new to grant writing, completing a first-rate grant proposal is not as difficult as you may think. Whether you have spent time in a small or large nonprofit organization, or are a novice to nonprofits, this class will help you with the mechanics of writing an effective proposal. However, successful grant writing is more than just writing the proposal. You will also learn about tips for increasing your chances of success — such as how to approach funders, following up, etc. In addition, you will receive a copy of Ms. Wason’s handbook.

  • You will learn:

    • Why preparation is the key to success
    • The elements of a proposal
    • Tailoring your message
    • How to establish the structure and tone of the proposal
    • The importance of relationships with grant makers


Due to space and class size considerations, this workshop is limited to two representatives per organization. Attendees should be affiliated with a nonprofit organization in a staff, board, or long-term volunteer capacity. Additionally, the content of the workshop will be similar to previous "Introduction to Grant Writing" sessions. If you attended before, there is no need to attend again. 


Featuring:

Sara D. Wason

Author, Webster’s New World Grant Writing Handbook and Executive Director, Foundation Relations at Syracuse University

Melissa Whipps

Assistant Director, Foundation Relations at Syracuse University


When:

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

9:00 am – 12:00 noon


Where:

Central New York Philanthropy Center
431 East Fayette Street
Syracuse, NY 13202


Cost:

per person


Attendance fee is non-refundable.

*If you would like to pay by check at the door, please click on the "show other payment options" link and choose "Pay Offline."

Continental Breakfast will be provided.


CNYCF PARKING INSTRUCTIONS:

 *Please do not park in the lot adjacent to the Philanthropy Center in front of Joseph’s at the Carriage House. This is a private parking lot and your car may be towed.

 *There is street parking on East Fayette, East Washington and Genesee Streets.

 *A Murbo surface lot is located within a block of the building; you may enter on East Washington Street, next to Jazz Central.

 *A covered parking garage is located at 300 East Fayette Street.

 *Limited parking will be available in the lot directly in front of the CNY Philanthropy Center, but please do not park in spots reserved for Philanthropy Center tenants.

 A parking map can be viewed here

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Syracuse, United States

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Wyandotte Band Extravaganza 2013 – Washington Introduction

April 14th, 2014

This is the Washington High School Marching Wildcats preforming at the Annual Wyandotte Band Extravaganza. I can’t remember the Drum Major’s names but if I f…

Wind Ensemble playing “George Washington Bridge: An Impression for Band” at the Winter Concert. December 10, 2009.
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Introduction to Genealogy

January 2nd, 2014

Introduction to Genealogy
Event on 2014-01-15 19:00:00
Age Group(s): Adults
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:30 PM

Registration required; limited to 25 participants. Register at the library or call 503-615-6500 (ask for reference). This class is designed for the beginner and focuses on steps in getting started, getting and staying organized, research techniques, major record groups, Internet resources, and more. Participants in this class are encouraged to register for the follow-up class, Introduction to Online Genealogy, on either February 5 or 6.
Library: Hillsboro Main Library
Location: Community Room (1st Floor)
Other Information:
Presented by the Genealogy Society of Washington County Oregon (GSWCO).
Contact: Hillary
Contact Number: 503-615-6500
Presenter: Guest Presenter

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Hillsboro, United States

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Model Toxics Control Act: An Introduction /WA

November 9th, 2013

Model Toxics Control Act: An Introduction /WA
Event on 2014-03-26 00:00:00
The objective of this one day workshop is to introduce environmental consultants, federal, state and local government staff, and members of the general public to Washington's Model Toxics Control Act (WAC 173-340). This workshop will provide an overview of the MTCA administrative requirements and associated cleanup standards. Participants will also learn the MTCA remedy selection process and public involvement requirements. Both instructors have a deep and thorough understanding of MTCA and will welcome questions at the end of each topic. *This course is immediately followed by the two-day WAPOL-402: Establishing MTCA Cleanup Levels Workshop

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Kirkland, United States

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Washington Huskies (UW) Marching Band, Bridal Party Wedding Introduction

April 10th, 2013

The Universiity of Washington Marching Band at our wedding on August 16, 2008. This is the introduction of the bridal party, done “starting line-up” style. T…
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Acrobat Fundamentals: An Introduction to Acrobat (Future Media Concepts- Orlando)

January 2nd, 2013

Acrobat Fundamentals: An Introduction to Acrobat (Future Media Concepts- Orlando)
Event on 2013-01-21 00:00:00

Course Description
In this three-day course, you'll get an excellent overview of how to convert your work into Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) using Adobe Acrobat. You will learn to use Acrobat's cross-platform capabilities to distribute your documents efficiently without sacrificing the original design. You will learn how to incorporate text, notes, graphics, movies, and links to the Internet. You will gain an excellent understanding of the menu and tools in Acrobat and be able to use Acrobat at a high level of efficiency.

What You'll Learn
Designing documents for online viewing
Working with Acrobat tools, toolbars, and task buttons
Creating Adobe PDF files
Creating, customizing, and sharing a PDF Portfolio
Reading, enhancing, and editing PDF documents
Adding signatures and security
Using Acrobat for collaborative review
Working with forms in Acrobat
Creating multimedia presentations
Using the legal, engineering, and technical features of Acrobat
Creating PDF files for print and prepress
Working with 3D in PDF files

Who Should Attend
Professionals who need to produce superb PDF documents

Prerequisites:
Practical working knowledge of Mac OS X

Course Outline:
Note: The curricula below comprise activities typically covered in a class at this skill level. The instructor may, at his/her discretion, adjust the lesson plan to meet the needs of the class.

Lesson 1: Introducing Adobe Acrobat
About Adobe PDF
About Adobe Acrobat
Adobe PDF on the web
A first look at the work area
Viewing PDF presentations in Full Screen mode
Designing documents for online viewing
Getting help

Lesson 2: Looking at the Work Area
Opening a PDF file in the work area
Working with Acrobat tools and toolbars
Working with Acrobat task buttons
Working with the navigation pane
Using Organizer

Lesson 3: Creating Adobe PDF Files
About creating Adobe PDF files
Using the Create PDF command
Dragging and dropping files
Converting and combining different types of files
Using the Print command to create Adobe PDF files
About the Adobe PDF Settings (presets)
Reducing file size
Compression and resampling
Inserting multimedia files
Scanning a paper document
Converting e-mails to PDF
Converting web pages to Adobe PDF
Exploring on your own: Creating Adobe PDF from the context menu

Lesson 4: Combining Files in PDF Portfolios
About PDF Portfolios
Creating a PDF Portfolio
Customizing your PDF Portfolio
Sharing your PDF Portfolio
Securing a PDF Portfolio
Searching a PDF Portfolio

Lesson 5: Reading and Working with PDF Files
Changing the opening view
Onscreen display
Reading PDF documents
Searching PDF documents
Printing PDF documents
Filling out PDF forms
About flexibility, accessibility, and structure
Looking at accessible documents
Making files flexible and accessible
Adding tags
Adding Alt Text (alternate text)
Using the Acrobat accessibility features

Lesson 6: Enhancing and Editing PDF Documents
Looking at the work file
Moving pages with page thumbnails
Editing Adobe PDF pages
Editing links
Inserting one PDF file into another PDF file
Working with bookmarks
Deleting a page
Renumbering pages
Editing and extracting text and images
Editing images using the Touchup Object tool
Converting PDF pages to image format files

Lesson 7: Adding Signatures and Security
About digital signatures
Creating digital signatures
About security
Looking at security settings
Adding security to PDF files
Adding passwords
Certifying PDF files
Signing certified documents

Lesson 8: Using Acrobat in a Review Cycle
About the review process
Adding comments to a PDF document
About the commenting tools
Working with comments

Lesson 9: Working with Forms in Acrobat
Converting PDF files to interactive PDF forms
Adding form fields
Distributing forms
Collecting form data
Working with form data
Exploring on your own: Calculating and validating numeric fields

Lesson 10: Creating Multimedia Presentations
Adding a video file to a PDF file (Acrobat Pro and Pro Extended)
Adding a Flash animation (Acrobat Pro and Pro Extended)
Assigning a poster file for a video or animation (Acrobat Pro and Pro Extended)
Creating a presentation

Lesson 11: Using the Legal Features
About Bates numbering and redaction
Applying Bates numbering
Defining Bates numbering
Editing Bates numbering
Applying redaction
Changing the Documents preferences
Setting the Redaction tool properties
Searching text for redaction
Creating PDF Portfolios

Lesson 12: Using the Engineering and Technical Features
Working with layers
Using the Pan and Zoom tool
Using the 2D measuring tools
Using the Loupe tool
Converting a drawing file to PDF (Acrobat Pro and Pro Extended)
Permanently removing text from PDF documents
Using the PDF Maps feature
Geospatial registration (Acrobat Pro Extended)

Lesson 13: Using Acrobat in Professional Printing
Creating PDF files for print and prepress
Preflighting files (Acrobat Pro and Pro Extended)
Working with transparency (Acrobat Pro and Pro Extended)
Setting up color management
Previewing your print job
Advanced printing controls

Lesson 14: Working with 3D in PDF Files
Working with 3D content in PDF files
Reviewing and commenting on 3D models

Price: ,395.00
Duration: 3 days
Time: 10am – 6pm

Contact: Cari Jones, Corporate Account Manager
Email: CariJ@fmctraining.com
Phone: 407-354-4866

FUTURE MEDIA CONCEPTS, INC., the nation's premier digital media training center, provides manufacturer-authorized training in all areas of digital media including digital video and film editing, web design and development, sound design, DVD authoring, 3D animation, motion graphics, desktop publishing, architectural and mechanical design and Mac IT. FMC is an authorized training provider for Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Avid, Boris FX, Digidesign, NewTek and Softimage. Founded in 1994, FMC has training centers located in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Orlando, Chicago and Dubai. www.fmctraining.com

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