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October, 2007 – The NFL Comes to London, England

Tom Meegan traveled with Fox Sports as an in-game editor to broadcast the first ever regular season NFL game from Europe.

October, 2007 – The Bo-Dyn Bobsled Project Website

Woven Pixels, LLC, entered into an agreement with the Bo-Dyn Bobsled Project to manage the rebuild of their web site to increase donation and sponsorship revenue. J Maze Design is partnering with Woven Pixels to provide design, programming and hosting support.

August, 2007 – ESPN Sunday Night Baseball

Tom Meegan, Creative Director of Woven Pixels, will be editing for ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball through August and September, filling in for Jim Dove, who starts work for Monday Night Football.

July, 2007 – Edit Well

Edit Well, the rich-media newsletter for Final Cut Studio, published Tom Meegan's article on using Composite Modes to create unique, film-like looks for video.

June 20, 2007 – Apple's Final Cut Pro 6

Tom Meegan, Creative Director of Woven Pixels, was certified by Apple to teach Final Cut Pro 6, their most recent release of their high-end editng application. Tom has used this software to produce national work for ESPN and FOX and internationally for FIBT-TV.

May, 2007 – Heinemann Publishing

Woven Pixels entered into an agreement with Heinemann Publishing to produce a number of DVDs supporting their professional development products. Services will include authoring, editing, post productions consultation, and motion graphic design.

April 18, 2007 – National Association of Broadcasters

Tom Meegan, Creative Director of Woven Pixels, presented a session covering Live High Definition Graphics at the National Association of Broadcasters Conference. This session and many others were produced by Future Media Concepts.

July 25, 2006 – C-4 Sports Conference

Tom Meegan, Creative Director of Woven Pixels, presented a seminar on Live HD sports editing at the C-4 Sports Conference. After his session, he was interviewed by Broadcast Engineering magazine about sports television, editing, the Mac, and high definition. Read more by clicking here.

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