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IPTV Pavilion at NAB Broadcast Engineering and Telephony are teaming up with NAB to highlight the latest developments in IPTV technology and applications. At NAB there will be a new conference series and super session aimed at telecommunications and wireless industry professionals, along with a new IPTV Pavilion that will showcase new IPTV products and services.

As the official media sponsors of the event, Broadcast Engineering and Telephony have put together three handy resources:

1. IPTV Pavilion Web site

For all things related to IPTV, click here. The site is dedicated to offering complete coverage of IPTV events and a wide range of editorial content about the IPTV sector.

2. IPTV Pavilion e-newsletters

Get the scoop on what's going on in the IPTV Pavilion plus news and product announcements. Visit the NAB Pavilion microsite to read the past newsletters and check back for new issues this Thursday and then the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday during NAB.

3. NAB Show IPTV Directory

The comprehensive guide will be distributed at the IPTV Pavilion and feature profiles of NAB Show exhibitors that serve the IPTV market, product descriptions and additional content and insight on the IPTV sector from the editors of Telephony and Broadcast Engineering. We hope the directory will provide attendees with a complete overview of the IPTV-focused exhibits and programs.

david-promo.jpgWatch a video where David Dziedzic discusses the IPTV Pavilion on Broadcast Engineering TV.

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