• Boston

    The Boston Avid User Group was founded in 2004 and is one of the most consistent user groups.  BAVUG hold regular meetings every month except for April, July and December.  They are self funding, well organized and work hard to attract interesting speakers from within their community.

  • Toronto

    Avid Toronto Editors is a beaming star in the North.  This is the oldest group founded in 1995 when Avid first opened their office in Toronto.  ATE has been consistent with meetings and growing their membership.  They have over 600 members in their group. 

  • Washington, DC

    The Washington DC group attracts a diverse group of members from the military, government agencies, broadcast stations, post houses, advertising agencies, America’s Most Wanted, National Geographic Channel, aarp, and many educational institutions to name a few.    


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Re: Avid London User Group meeting 9th November 2011

Thanks for the reply Pat. Too bad it wasn't successful enough. I'd be interested in such thing a thing.

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Re: Avid London User Group meeting 9th November 2011

Well VET Post Production is no more (sold to Molinare) The operation and staff stil exists but I can't imagine a user group meeting happening there again. From my experince of runnig a few its too...

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Re: Avid London User Group meeting 9th November 2011

Will there be a London User Group meeting ever again??

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Featured Meeting


The Avid Toronto Editors will hold its next meeting at The Royal, on Tuesday June 21, 2011 from 6:30 to 9:00 PM, They are glad to have some of Canada’s top editors discussing their art, work and how they got their start.  This panel includes James Bredin (Little Mosque, Nero Wolfe Mystery), Pamela Bayne (The Adrenaline Project) and Laurie Januska, Director of Member and Training Services DGC. Register on www.avidtorontoeditors.ca.


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