NAB’s Technology department had originally planned to show an ATSC 3.0 demonstration of scalable HEVC (SHVC) coding using a hybrid broadcast and broadband network at the 2020 NAB Show. Scalability and hybrid broadcast/broadband system integration [...]
NAB presented two Best Paper Awards at the 2022 NAB Show for papers judged to have significant merit in the 2022 Proceedings of the Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference. You can buy either or [...]
We’re thrilled to be back in Las Vegas to kick off the NAB Show, and we’re all excited to connect with the people that make up the NAB Show community. It's been a couple of years since we last gathered in Las Vegas, and it's an entirely reimagined experience. If you're a broadcast engineer or media technologist looking for a little help finding the "must do" events, use our daily guides. For each day of the Show, we've compiled a list of the things that we'll be sure not to miss.
Monday at NAB Show, we start by hearing NAB President and CEO Curtis LeGeyt's first ever state of the broadcast industry remarks, and we'll see a demonstration of a precision drone fight using ATSC 3.0 RTK datacast. The day ends with the Futures Park Press Conference and Reception.
For the first time ever, the exhibition floor opens on SUNDAY! Lace up comfortable shoes and hit the floor starting at 10 a.m. Be sure to stop by the PILOT booth in Futures Park in the West Hall.
While exhibitors (including PILOT) put the finishing touches on the show floor, the conference programming begins, and we start with a can't miss event for broadcast engineers and media technologists - the BEIT Conference Opening Session.
The PILOT Innovation Challenge seeks startups and growing companies providing solutions to some of the key challenges and opportunities facing broadcasters over the next two to three years. You can meet the 2021 and 2022 winners at the NAB Show. All winners will demonstrate their solutions on the exhibition floor and talk about their work at sessions throughout the Show.
The HAM reception, sponsored this year by Turner Engineering, is where hundreds of broadcasting’s best and brightest, from company CEO’s to shop technicians, spend a relaxed evening talking shop, swapping tales and enjoying the fellowship of the amateur radio community.