With over 1,600 exhibiting companies and more than 840,000 square feet of floor space, this year’s show in Las Vegas will cement NAB as one of the industry’s most important events.

It goes without saying that NAB is among the 10 largest trade shows in North America, as well as being the world’s largest trade show for the media and entertainment sector. Last year, NAB saw over 91,000 attendees alone. Read More

A new program at NAB Show, SPROCKIT gives 10 market-ready startups the opportunity to meet with and present before elite media and entertainment executives, industry visionaries and potential funders. Unlike traditional accelerator programs, SPROCKIT identifies game-changing startups and puts them on-stage alongside major industry players. Startups were invited to participate for their innovative mobile, web and cloud-based technologies, and the disruptive impact they are already having on the industry. SPROCKIT runs throughout NAB Show and includes on-stage presentations, pre-scheduled meetings with c-level executives, coaching from industry experts and a decided space on the show floor. For more information, click here.

NAB has issued invitations to 10 startups to make presentations at the NAB Show in Las Vegas. The “Sprockit” program participants include content creators such as FlixMaster, a cloud-based video platform; content management companies such as Localytics, a mobile marketing and analytics system for applications; and content-delivery providers such as Tivli, a live-streaming TV service aimed at college students.

Washington, DC — The DC-based National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) said it has selected 10 startups in the mobile, video, analytics and social technology spaces to present at the 2013 NAB Show in Las Vegas, scheduled for April. They will be part of a new program at the annual show called SPROCKIT, which aims to connect technology startups with potential media and entertainment partners. Read More

Ten startups were invited to participate in a new NAB Show program, Sprockit, which aims to introduce emerging companies to the NAB audience.

Content creation-focused companies include FlixMaster, a cloud-based video building platform for online storytelling, e-commerce and e-learning; NewsIT, a mobile and social platform that vets crowd-sourced content and posts from social media; and SnappyTV, a cloud-based video editing platform that allows media companies to edit and distribute clips from live TV and web streams to Twitter, Facebook and other services. Read More