Re: [Videolib] [Fwd: Time is running out .....]

From: Jo Ann Reynolds <>
Date: Wed Sep 16 2009 - 09:40:48 PDT

The 2008 program guide is the only one I can find. Is there one for 2009?

JO Ann

Jo Ann Reynolds
Reserve Services Coordinator
University of Connecticut
Homer Babbidge Library
Storrs, CT

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Time is running out to register!

Attending the National Media
(NMM) may be the only opportunity
you have to learn about unique films that will contribute to having a well-rounded film collections for your students and patrons.

Fifty-five prominent producers and
distributors of rich video and multimedia content will offer their newest and best educational releases for on-demand screening and evaluation. Experienced representatives will help you make good selections and stretch your media budgets.

But hurry! There's only three weeks left to register
the premier event in our industry!

Don't miss this unique event! The full
conference, which includes luncheons,
receptions and professional development
sessions, is $190. If you have never attended the Market before, the special First Timer rate is only $95!


For details about the 2009 exhibitors and activities at the Market, log on to (
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