It goes without saying that we are now in uncharted territory. Or are we? Yes, the actual physical 2020 NAB has been postponed, but you knew that already. So, what are companies big and small doing to respond to the crisis and how will they get their message out to the masses? Let’s take a look.
Just like many of you, I have always looked at the annual NAB Show in Las Vegas as a way to connect with many of my industry friends and colleagues. It's always been a real trip to be the tech nerd that I am and check out new production gear on the NAB floor. Alas, as all of you know by now, that will not be happening. But I can tell can you that we at ProductionHUB have been getting lots of new gear information that I cannot wait to share with you.
NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith today issued a letter to the NAB Show community providing an update about plans for NAB Show activities in 2020. In the letter, Smith announced that rather than rescheduling NAB Show for later this year, NAB would be unveiling a new digital offering called NAB Show Express, and enhancing NAB Show New York later this year.
NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith Announces NAB Show Off for April, Reviewing Options for Event Later This Year
NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith today issued the following letter to the NAB Show community regarding plans for NAB Show in light of coronavirus concerns:
Building on the Success of Its IBC Virtual Event, Primestream Team to Highlight Smart Workflows for News and Media and Entertainment MIAMI — Oct. 26, 2020 — Primestream, a leading provider of…