Gospel Music Week, CMT Music Awards, NAB2005 Showcase, Ebertfest, New Orleans Jazz, Boston CyberArts Festival in April Media EventsWritten by The Actor's Checklist
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Jordan Conference Center, Washington DC, on April 12. Aspiring artists can learn how to negotiate creative and business aspects as they navigate toward a successful recording career at a BMI Aspiring Artist Workshop in Nashville on April 14. The National Association of Broadcasters NAB2005 Showcase taking place in Las Vegas April 16 to 21 is known to be one of largest showcases for broadcast media. Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) seeks to nurture a greater appreciation of India's cinema and diverse culture by screening films from and about India by Indian and International filmmakers, April 20 to 24. Ebertfest: "Roger Ebert's Overlooked Film Festival" are screenings and panel discussions from films selected from among films Mr. Ebert sees in normal course of his reviewing, taking place April 20-24 in Champaign. Tribeca Film Festival runs April 21 to May 1 in New York. Games and Mobile Forum is a full-day executive forum in New York on April 21. New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival features a stage solely dedicated to some of New Orleans most vibrant music and most venerable cultural traditions during its run of April 22 to May 1. At Boston CyberArts Festival exhibitions of visual arts; music, dance, and theatrical performances; film and video presentations; educational programs; and lecture/demonstrations and symposia are combined with online exhibitions such as Jennifer Woolcock-Schwartz' immersive 3D installation "On Street Where I Live" (http://www.absolutely-fashionable.com/on_the_street.html) to encourage participation from outside New England, and all taking place April 22 to May 8. MerleFest: An Americana Music Celebration is committed to producing a high quality diversified American roots based musical experience when it gathers in Wilkesboro from April 28 to May 1.
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Cell Phones and TVWritten by Catherine Kenyeres
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Cellular manufacturers have been toying with this idea for some time but technology just wasnít there. It will require a combined effort on part of cell phone manufacturers and television programming providers. Nokia, Samsung, and Motorolaís headsets are leading pact by providing phones that include tuners that have capability of receiving television programming.
Some milestones are still need to be reached including capability of watching TV on a cell phone for long periods of time without battery running out. As well, video quality just isnít there yet and needs to be worked out.
Cell phones arenít just for talking anymore.
About the Author:
Catherine Kenyeres is a free lance writer and publisher for Best-4u-Cell-Phones.com. Catherine provides the latest information, reviews and comparisons for her cell phone clients.