Call for Speakers for SET EXPO 2017 Extended

SET, with the intention of promoting the disclosure of scientific knowledge in the fields of broadcasting and communication technologies, is pleased to inform that the call for talk proposals for the 2017 SET EXPO Conferences is now open.

The Conferences will be held in São Paulo on August 21-24, 2017, at the Expo Center Norte Convention Centre.

Topics for this call include: New Platforms and Infrastructure; Content Production; Regulatory and Normative; Management and Workflow; Technology for TV and Radio (Traditional Broadcast); Innovation and Disruptive Technologies; Technology and Business in MET (Media, Entertainment and Technology).

Professionals, researchers, students and professors of engineering and technologies of the related areas are invited to participate. Rules and forms for submitting your proposal are at this link. The list of presentations accepted in this call will published on SET EXPO website once registration has ended. All those who have registered will be notified by e-mail about the result of their participation.

Email callforspeakers@set.org.br with any questions. 

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