Posted on April 13, 2022 in ATSC News
The National Association of Broadcasters is the premier advocacy association for America’s broadcasters. But in April every year, NAB is perhaps best known as the sponsor of the NAB Show, and for the first time since 2019, the NAB Show is back in Las Vegas, April 23-27, 2022! More than 900 companies, including about 160 first-time exhibitors, will be debuting new products and offering first looks at new technologies through interactive exhibits and live demonstrations.
ATSC products and technologies will be featured throughout the event, including numerous technical papers in the NAB Broadcast Engineering and IT Conference (BEITC), the NextGenNow demonstrations in the Connect Implementation Experiential Zone, new R&D at Futures Park, many commercial ATSC products at booths in the North, Central and West Halls and of course the ATSC Pavilion where ATSC-ers can hang out, network and plan their Show strategy.
There are too many things going on at the NAB Show to list all of them here but two events not to miss include the BEITC Opening on Saturday morning featuring a keynote addressing the future of broadcasting by Michael McEwen, Director-General of the North American Broadcasters Association, and the keynote and awards session “Hollywood’s ‘Binge Times’ OTT Battle and the NAB Engineering Achievement Awards” where ATSC Board member Pete Sockett will receive the 2022 NAB Television Engineering Achievement Award! Find more information about these events here.
All of the NAB staff looks forward to seeing you in person in Las Vegas!
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