When we published the first issue of EventDV in January 2005, with its “Reel ‘Em In” cover, we became the first independent trade magazine to focus on an industry of video producers who are both cutters and shooters, and one that suffered from major public-perception and self-esteem issues—two problems that were virtually inseparable.

Event DV-  La publicación dedicada al el Videografo Profesional  anuncia su Fin.  

DV Magazine se introdujo en el año 2005, y a través de los años la revista ha sido una fuente constante para Videografos en todo el mundo quienes han podido leer, aprender y  esperar con anticipación cada año los “25 Videografos mas influyentes del Mundo”.

Les damos las gracias por los años de devoción a la industria.

I’d love to say that we’re closing up shop because event filmmaking has reached the mountaintop and no longer needs EventDV to guide the way, but that would be both immodest and inaccurate. I hope this magazine has contributed something significant to the growth and elevation of this industry, but lots of individuals and organizations share the credit for that. It would be inaccurate to suggest that we’re going away because the story we were telling is told. Like so many other print magazines these days, we’re folding for financial reasons. There’s no sense in denying that. As the editor and not the publisher, this was neither my decision nor my preference. But it’s a conclusion I respect and accept.

Stephen Nathans-Kelly

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