10.01.2006 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Call for speakers and panelists for NAB2007

NAB is seeking speakers for the 61st NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference and Technology Session keynotes as well as industry professionals interested in participating as session panelists. The conference will be held April 14 to 19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas.

There are separate submission processes for Technology speakers and for the Broadcast Engineering Conference. Proposals should be clearly written and be no more than 200 words.

Accepted papers will be published in the NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference Proceedings.

Television Engineering & Radio Engineering topics include:

  • Data Broadcasting Technologies and Applications
  • Distributed Transmission and Optimizing RF Coverage
  • Television Transmission Systems and Maintenance
  • Storage and Networking
  • Automation Systems and Centralcasting
  • Camera Technology
  • Set-top Box Technology and Television Receiver Developments
  • Media Asset Management and Archival Technologies
  • Systems Integration, Design and Building Studio and Transmission Facilities
  • Security and Emergency Preparedness
  • Broadcast Technical Standards
  • Test and Measurement Techniques
  • Data Broadcasting Technologies and Applications
  • Surround Sound
  • Digital Television Developments Around the World

Topics for Technology Sessions include:

  • New Media and Web Technologies and Applications
  • Broadband Opportunities and Challenges
  • Enhanced and Interactive Television Technologies and Applications
  • IPTV
  • Electronic Commerce
  • New Media Opportunities, Marketing, Advertising and Business Models
  • Advances in Information Technology
  • Consumer Devices and Applications for Content Delivery
  • Creating Digital Content for Broadcast, Film and the Internet

Oct. 13 is the deadline for submitting proposals.

Submission information and forms can be found at www.nabshow.com/nab2007/callForProposals.asp.

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