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February Freeze: The Industry’s Coolest Technology Showcase Returns

William F. White International Inc. has announced the return of its yearly technology showcase, THE FEBRUARY FREEZE. Now in its 14th year, this widely-anticipated pre-NAB exhibit, known for bringing together the brightest minds in the business with the very latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s largest world-class production support complex, William F. White Centre, on Tuesday, February 3rd 2015, from 4-8pm.

“February Freeze has become a key destination for the world’s top industry manufacturers to showcase their newest screen-based technologies and advancements,” says Comweb Group Chairman/CEO, Paul Bronfman. “From students and emerging content creators to seasoned pros, The Freeze offers something for everyone.” 

Last year’s event boasted attendance of more leading film, television and digital media production professionals than ever before, spanning regions from Ontario and the U.S. while showcasing the very latest technologies from over 30 prominent motion picture, broadcast and live entertainment industry suppliers.

“We’ve decided to go BIG for this year’s Freeze,” adds Whites Director, Marketing & Communications, Lowell Schrieder. “Guests can expect a lot of changes this time around. We’re also very excited to introduce new entertainment features to the show along with all the latest and greatest moviemaking toys that Whites has recently acquired. Of course, there will be plenty of Lights, camera and action!

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Front Page, Industry News

February Freeze: The Industry’s Coolest Technology Showcase Returns

William F. White International Inc. has announced the return of its yearly technology showcase, THE FEBRUARY FREEZE. Now in its 14th year, this widely-anticipated pre-NAB exhibit, known for bringing together the brightest minds in the business with the very latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s largest world-class production support complex, William F. White Centre, on Tuesday, February 3rd 2015, from 4-8pm.

“February Freeze has become a key destination for the world’s top industry manufacturers to showcase their newest screen-based technologies and advancements,” says Comweb Group Chairman/CEO, Paul Bronfman. “From students and emerging content creators to seasoned pros, The Freeze offers something for everyone.” 

Last year’s event boasted attendance of more leading film, television and digital media production professionals than ever before, spanning regions from Ontario and the U.S. while showcasing the very latest technologies from over 30 prominent motion picture, broadcast and live entertainment industry suppliers.

“We’ve decided to go BIG for this year’s Freeze,” adds Whites Director, Marketing & Communications, Lowell Schrieder. “Guests can expect a lot of changes this time around. We’re also very excited to introduce new entertainment features to the show along with all the latest and greatest moviemaking toys that Whites has recently acquired. Of course, there will be plenty of Lights, camera and action!

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Front Page, Industry News

February Freeze: The Industry’s Coolest Technology Showcase Returns

William F. White International Inc. has announced the return of its yearly technology showcase, THE FEBRUARY FREEZE. Now in its 14th year, this widely-anticipated pre-NAB exhibit, known for bringing together the brightest minds in the business with the very latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s largest world-class production support complex, William F. White Centre, on Tuesday, February 3rd 2015, from 4-8pm.

“February Freeze has become a key destination for the world’s top industry manufacturers to showcase their newest screen-based technologies and advancements,” says Comweb Group Chairman/CEO, Paul Bronfman. “From students and emerging content creators to seasoned pros, The Freeze offers something for everyone.” 

Last year’s event boasted attendance of more leading film, television and digital media production professionals than ever before, spanning regions from Ontario and the U.S. while showcasing the very latest technologies from over 30 prominent motion picture, broadcast and live entertainment industry suppliers.

“We’ve decided to go BIG for this year’s Freeze,” adds Whites Director, Marketing & Communications, Lowell Schrieder. “Guests can expect a lot of changes this time around. We’re also very excited to introduce new entertainment features to the show along with all the latest and greatest moviemaking toys that Whites has recently acquired. Of course, there will be plenty of Lights, camera and action!

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