As technology and media have changed, so has NAB Show, which opens for 2013 with the branding: Metamorphosis – The Changing Face of Media and Entertainment.
The convention continues to serve its core audience of broadcast professionals, but has expanded in order to address the issues of a network engineer as surely as it welcomes the video game developer, feature film cinematographer or social media marketer. That’s a marked difference from the NAB Show you might have attended 10 years ago when the digital transition was still underway and it was clear who were allies and who were competitors. Read More
The rapidly changing media landscape, can make it difficult for startup enterprises to make inroads into the industry.
Balaji Gopinath, vice president of emerging technology with the Audience & Multi-Platform Technologies (AMPT) group for Turner Broadcasting System Inc., will moderate today’s Super Session “Start-Ups: Powering the Media Metamorphosis,” 2:30–3:45 p.m. Read More
[Editor’s Note: This is a guest article provided by the NAB Show.]
NAB Show recently announced its newest program, SPROCKIT, which will give 10 market-ready startups the opportunity to present their products and services live on stage to industry leaders. We sat down to talk with founders and CEOs of some of the featured organizations specializing in content delivery – The Whistle, Everloop, Shelby.tv and Tivli – to gather their thoughts on SPROCKIT, their inspirations and some of the little known facts about them (hint: one of the founders was featured on ABC’s hit show “Secret Millionaire.”) SPROCKIT is hosted at NAB Show, April 6-11 in Las Vegas. Read More
Starting tomorrow, Las Vegas will play host to the 2013 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show, the world’s largest electronic media show covering filmed entertainment and the development, management, and delivery of content across all mediums. The NAB Show garners more than 90,000 attendees from 151 countries and features more than 1,600 exhibitors. It’s hailed as the ultimate marketplace for digital media and entertainment, and getting an invite to participate is a big deal. Read More
A new wrinkle this year is the NAB Show invitation-only program SPROCKIT, which will introduce 10 up-and-coming companies in such sectors as content delivery, content creation and content management.
Harry Glazer, the founder and CEO of the World Series of Startups, joins Steve Waskul in this WASKULonTECH interview. In this interview Harry talks about the convergence of the entertainment industry, online media and broadcast and about the new ventures being created to take advantage of the new opportunities in the market. Read More