Posted on September 1, 2020 in ATSC News
The fall always features a bonanza of conferences and tradeshows, offering opportunities to share and learn on a wide range of topics, and while most travel remains on hold for now, the conference schedule is “on” for fall 2020.
The upcoming slate of events includes TVOT, IBC Showcase, CTA Fall Forum, IEEE BTS Symposium, Cable-Tec Expo, NAB Amplify, ATSC Next Gen Broadcast Conference, IEEE BMSB, and more. Visit ATSC’s Events page for links to all the details.
Of course, the entire fall conference season has “gone virtual,” and programmers are busy creatively replicating the in-person experience while taking full advantage of online platform benefits. Without travel costs to consider, conferences can spread across more dates, enabling attendees to integrate conference attendance with day-job activities. Organizers are offering online exhibit booths, virtual meeting rooms, community discussion opportunities, post-conference VoD access, and even virtual cocktail hours!
ATSC is excited to host the 2020 Next Gen Broadcast Conference in conjunction with NAB Amplify. The Next Gen Broadcast Conference will feature news and updates on ATSC 3.0 across the globe, covering a wide range of topics for the ATSC community including advances in product development, U.S. deployment updates, news on the MVPD front, a look into India use-cases, and more.
While we will miss seeing all of you in person this fall, we’re looking forward to the action-packed upcoming conference schedule, and we will definitely “see” you all there!
Madeleine Noland, ATSC President
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