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Jan 17, 2002 12:00 AM
Agfa (Mortsel, Belgium) announced the first in a series of educational, online "Webinars" for printers and prepress professionals around the world. Using innovative Web-based conferencing technology, Agfa will offer two seminars starting in January that will help participants prepare for the implementation of a computer-to-plate (CTP) workflow.
The seminars, "Today’s CTP Technology--What’s the Right Choice for You," and "Implementing CTP Workflows--What You Need to Know," will be moderated by Rick Littrell of Littrell & Associates, who has more than 20 years of experience in the use, development, marketing and support of CTP systems. He will be joined by prepress consultant Brian Alterio, Agfa plate specialist Tony King, Agfa workflow specialist Michael Jahn and Agfa systems engineer Dave Romano.
The technical requirements for participation are simple. Using a Macintosh or PC with Web access, a standard Web browser, and a telephone, attendees will be able to see and hear the live seminar, participate in audience polling and submit questions for the moderator and presenters to address.
The Webinars are free to attend. Each will run for approximately one hour, and will be offered once every week between January 29 and March 7. A detailed schedule and registration information for the Webinars can be found at www.agfa.com/graphics/webinars.