Going to NAB? Arm yourself with a preview of these key technology areas; video editing, newsroom systems and RF systems. Know what to look for on the show floor—before you get to the show floor.
The NAB exhibit halls at the Las Vegas Convention Center where exhibitors highlight their latest solutions and technology.
For video editors, new production and post technology will be the focus of their interest at 2017 NAB. In the run up to the show, we can tell you the Vegas spectacular is going to be filled with plenty of new technology for creating digital media and entertainment. And, all of that content has one thing in common—it eventually ends up in post production. Pace yourself and read this preview of some products and technology to be showcased and you won’t miss a thing.
The sprawling Las Vegas Convention Center campus is a long-time venue of April NAB Shows.
The FCC’s spectrum auction is over. It’s time to queue up for TV transmitters, antennas, towers and the other RF necessities that make “broadcasting”, well, broadcasting. Transmitter engineer Ned Soseman previews key new products and solutions to be highlighted on this year’s NAB show floor. Use this guide to effectively schedule your exhibit floor tour.
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