Apple Reschedules QuickTime Live! Conference

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Apple issued a short press release this morning saying that the QuickTime Live! Conference has been rescheduled. The event had been scheduled to take place next month, but will now be moved to February. The press release cites developer request as the reason for the delay. According to Apple:

Apple® today announced it has postponed QuickTime® Live 2001, which was scheduled to take place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, October 8-11, 2001. The rescheduled QuickTime Live Conference will take place February 10-14, 2002 at the same venue.

"Many QuickTime developers and customers asked us to reschedule QuickTime Live to a less stressful time," said Philip Schiller, Appleis vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. "Weill look forward to seeing them all in February."

QuickTime is Appleis standards-based technology for streaming audio and video over the Internet.

You can find more information on the conference at Appleis Web site. Please note that as of this writing, the QuickTime Live! site still has the original dates listed.

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