10.20.2006 12:00 AM
NAB New York Kicks Off Monday
NAB New York returns to the Javits Convention Center next week with an expanded conference program, larger exhibit floor and training for the video content creation community. The second annual event, being held Oct. 23-26 will cover techniques and technologies driving the evolution of video content over traditional and emerging media platforms.

NAB New York's conference programming will include SportsTech--Broadcasting, Digital Media and Mobile Strategies; TimeShift: Advertising and Broadcast Summit; RTNDA News and Technology Summit; and NAB Education Foundation Post-Production Career Fair.

The exhibit floor will feature 77 exhibitors including content producers, ad agencies, news bureaus, live sports, and more. There will also be a Panasonic presentation of P2 nonlinear high-definition acquisition system, and the RED Digital Cinema U.S. premiere of 4K footage from its Mysterium sensor.

NAB New York's training sessions will offer advanced training in current and future production and post-production techniques. This year's conference offerings include certification workshops and seminars across production and post technologies; and a Podcasting Summit--Audio and Video for a New Audience.

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