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Call for Presentations for the IP Showcase Theater at NAB Show 2018

Calls for Presentations at the IP Showcase Theater at NAB Show Las Vegas 2018 are now open. The IP Showcase is predicted to be one of the must-attend destinations at NAB Show Las Vegas this year. Sponsored by eight organisations including AES, AIMS (now merged with the MNA), IABM, JT-NM members AMWA, EBU, SMPTE and VSF, the IP Showcase is expected to play host to more than 60 companies demonstrating the benefits of IP, and producing television using the new SMPTE ST 2110 suite of standards.

At the heart of the Showcase is a theatre, which offers a unique opportunity for the associations, vendors and end-user broadcasters/media organisations to present their IP technology solutions, applications and case studies to visitors.

The IABM is calling for associations, vendors and end-user broadcasters and media companies to submit a presentation synopsis now to be considered for inclusion.

In particular, they are seeking: Presentations from broadcasters and media companies of real installations and the benefits – business and creative – they are deriving from going IP; and technical presentations that will serve to educate the industry on the new standards and how to implement them. The JT-NM will work with IABM on this track to ensure conformity with the roadmap.

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