Digital CONNtent Creators, the first and only digital desktop video and cinema post-production user group based in Connecticut, was established to build professional connections between editors, motion graphics artists, independent filmmakers, students, and video professionals who embrace the digital desktop media revolution.
DCC originated from the Connecticut Final Cut Pro User Group, which was founded in 2003 by Keith Larsen. In 2006, the group evolved to include a wider range of focus for production and post-production professionals using a variety of media. The organization strives to share ideas, creativity, and user concerns related to the use of both Macintosh and Windows-related software and provide interactive forums for end distribution of digital content for broadcast, broadband and DVD.
Now approaching its seventh year, DCC boasts over 500 members reflecting the diverse production community across the Northeast. In addition to remaining part of the Final Cut Pro User Group Network (FCPUG), DCC prides itself on also being an equally interactive forum for users of Avid, Adobe, Media 100 and more.
After 4 years on inactivity, DCC is coming back in full force with the addition of David Brown to the team. David brings a new look and feel to the group, while maintaining the passion for growing the community locally here in CT.
For more information about Digital CONNtent creators, visit http://www.digitalct.org/ or email email@example.com.