04.08.2008 12:02 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Broadcast Engineering launches BE@NAB

Beginning on Monday, April 7, the Broadcast Engineering staff will begin daily blogging about NAB2008. Check out our pre-show postings for helpful tips and information about must-see presentations and sessions. Need help to plan your schedule? Need to know the what, where and when of that special party or NAB event? Check out BE@NAB.

On-site coverage begins on Sunday, April 13, with 12 Broadcast Engineering writers and editors giving you live show coverage. As events happen at NAB2008, we’ll be there to bring the information to you.

Whether Las Vegas is in your travel plans, Broadcast Engineering is giving you a front row seat to corporate press conferences, product launches and announcements. BE@NAB will document key events as they are happening as well as provide a continually updated feed of new products and demonstrations.

Dig deeper

Blog postings on new products will link to current magazine coverage, including articles and product photos. In addition, each new product listed will be linked back to the manufacturer’s Web site. BE@NAB gives you immediate access to the information about the products you need.

Sights and sounds

In addition, audio podcasts will feature interviews with attendees and exhibitors. Hear from your fellow broadcasters at the show about what they think is hot on the show floor. Learn firsthand from the exhibitors, and get the latest behind-the-scenes information on new products and vendor services.

And, for the first time, Broadcast Engineering is launching daily video coverage of the NAB convention. Our full-time production crew will be on-site to bring interviews, product information, demonstrations and industry awards ceremonies direct to you. Watch Broadcast Engineering TV to see actual product tutorials, interviews and attendee reactions. Click the Broadcast Engineering TV link at BroadcastEngineering.com for more information visit Broadcast Engineering's video page.

With Broadcast Engineering, even if you don’t attend NAB2008, you can still be in the know.

For more information, visit BE@NAB.

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