Broadcast Beat to Produce and Host 2018 'NAB Show Live'
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Broadcast Beat is returning to the annual NAB Show for a third year to produce and host “NAB Show LIVE,” the convention’s official live stream broadcast. NAB Show is held April 7-12 in Las Vegas.
In addition to capturing event highlights and must-see moments, “NAB Show LIVE” features leading companies and experts from media, entertainment and technology for in-depth interviews and discussions on topics ranging from artificial intelligence to The Internet of Things. “NAB Show LIVE” will also explore rapidly evolving A/V production industry business models. The program includes streams of select conference sessions available online at nabshow.com and broadcastbeat.com, with streaming services provided by Brightcove.
“'NAB Show LIVE' showcases the innovative technologies, creative business solutions and forward-thinking industry professionals reshaping the content marketplace,” said NAB Executive Vice President of Conventions and Business Operations Chris Brown. “We look forward to partnering again with Broadcast Beat to provide continuous coverage of the ultimate event for media, entertainment and technology.”
“NAB Show LIVE” is produced in the M.E.T. 360 Studio, housed in the Grand Central Lobby of the Las Vegas Convention Center. This year, attendees can view the show’s production and workflow firsthand through daily tours of the studio’s master control room. Registration is available here.
Also new this year is the NAB Show Podcast Studio. Adjacent to the “NAB Show LIVE” stage and showcasing the latest audio, video and streaming technologies, the studio will feature a variety of special guests, including top industry executives and renown podcasters.
“The crew at Broadcast Beat is beyond thrilled to be the official broadcaster of NAB Show, where we present the latest news and information to a worldwide audience. We look forward to bringing a 'kid in a candy store' feel of astonishment, with hundreds of guests, discussions about some unbelievable technologies, and both insider and celebrity interviews,” said Broadcast Beat Editor-in-Chief Ryan Salazar.
Additional information is available here.
NAB Show news media registration is available here.