05.23.2008 01:29 AM
NewBay Media Sponsors NAB Recap Luncheon
For those who didn“t have the time or the resources to see everything at the NAB Show this year, NewBay Media has developed a briefing luncheon, “25 Things You Might Have Missed at the NAB Show,” for video professionals who may have missed key offerings at this year“s NAB Show.

The editorial teams from TV Technology, Government Video, Videography, DV, and Television Broadcast magazines will host luncheons in three cities to recap the main offerings at this year“s show. The three luncheons are being held in Washington, D.C, June 3; New York City June 4, and Los Angeles June 5. They will run from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will include time to meet with the editorial staff, sponsors, and others who attend. Space is limited.

“Given the size of the NAB Show, it“s simply impossible to see it all. The NewBay Video/Broadcast Group“s editorial team--including editors, engineers and experts in the fields of broadcast, film, production, and emerging video technologies--have created a manageable précis of the most interesting news, people, and products at the NAB Show,” said T. Carter Ross, editorial director of the broadcast division at NewBay Media.

“Both those who were in Vegas for the entire show and those didn“t make it this year can benefit from the information in the “25 Things You Might Have Missed at the NAB Show“ luncheon series. As an added bonus, the event will give industry professionals the change to meet and discuss common issues of concern in their market.”

More information is available here.

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