NAB Show drew over 53,000 attendees to Las Vegas in April. The ever-evolving broadcast, media and entertainment industry combined with a new West Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center represented an opportunity to reimagine the organization of the show floor. Four carefully curated collections were introduced:
Each area featured destinations exploring the inspiration, innovation and implementation through theater presentations, hand-on demos and networking.
Radio and television broadcasters enjoyed an unparalleled lineup of over 60 customized sessions, events and networking opportunities covering the trends in 5G, in-vehicle infotainment, fan engagement strategies, reaching new audiences, use of AI, leveraging data and analytics to inform business decisions, and more.
Highlights included NAB President and CEO Curtis LeGeyt delivering his first state of the industry address, dedicated programming in the Broadcast Engineering and IT Conference, the NAB Diversity Symposium, the Focus on Leadership Speaker Series and the Small and Medium Market Radio Forum. More than 900 companies exhibited on the show floor including key destinations: ATSC 3.0 Pavilion, Futures Park, IP Showcase and NextGen Now.
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The 2023 NAB Show, April 15-19, will celebrate the event's centennial.
NAB Show New York welcomed nearly 9,600 attendees to the Javits Center in October for the first time since 2019. The event focused on tactical and actionable insights, updates and skills professionals need now to navigate the fast-changing broadcast, media and entertainment industry.
The show floor featured 240 leading tech suppliers showcasing the latest solutions from content creation and advertising/media sales to AI/metadata and the Metaverse, and everything in between. Highlights included:
Conference programs and sessions spanned all aspects of the industry, from the opening keynote from award-winning film producer Evan Shapiro to Web3's impact on the business of media, the metaverse and immersive visual effects influencing AR and VR production techniques to emerging and developing revenue streams at the TV2025 conference to the business trends and technologies impacting radio's future and cybersecurity issues.
Two all-new radio conferences were designed as part of the ultimate radio experience for NAB members.
Industry legends were also recognized and celebrated during the week:
NAB Show New York returns to the Javits Center October 24-26, 2023.
NAB Show New York Fast Facts:
Launched in early 2021, NAB Amplify is NAB Show’s digital hub, allowing broadcast, media and entertainment professionals to cut through the static and get straight to what matters most to them. It’s how the community stays connected between in-person events and it’s a source for year-round insights and global perspective across the entire content ecosystem.
Among the significant milestones and achievements reached in 2022:
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