02.27.2008 12:00 AM
TV Technology Gets a Head Start on NAB
The US version of TV Technology Europe and TV Technology Asia/Pacific,TV Technology, plans extensive preview coverage of next month’s NAB Show, the industry’s largest gathering, April 14-19 in Las Vegas. Between now and the big event, readers can depend on comprehensive coverage of the technology, sessions and faces that make the NAB Show an annual highlight. This includes:
  • TV Technology NAB Sneak Peeks, a weekly e-mail news update providing readers with product and session previews. Additional coverage will be provided in HD Notebook and Doug Lung’s RF Report weekly e-mail newsletters.

  • The March 26 NAB Preview edition, which will provide the industry’s most detailed coverage of more than a dozen product areas, as well as a comprehensive overview of the current state of the industry. Three April issues leading up to the show will provide late-breaking updates. International customers can register to receive digital editions of these magazines on the magazine website.

  • The NAB Channel, an online destination providing technology trend analysis, exhibitor viewpoints and coverage of new products and show sessions.
Got a question about TV Technology’s NAB coverage? Contact us at tvtech@nbmedia.com.

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