03.20.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Live web streaming coverage at NAB2003

NAB has selected TV Worldwide for its first live webcasts of the NAB conference. Those who can’t, or won’t, attend the event in person can do so in cyberspace, via the dedicated Internet video channel www.NABcast.com.

Not only can you watch this year's NAB2003 conference live on the Internet, you can also watch past conferences. (Pictured NAB2002)

NABcast.com was launched for the NAB Radio show in September and routinely features streaming video of past NAB events, including last year's NAB show from Las Vegas, also produced by TVWorldwide.com. The webcast will feature interviews with industry leaders present for NAB2003, selected speakers and also product highlights, services and news. Sponsors of the service include Anystream, the Platform, Global Streams, Fast Channel Network, UniSet, the International Webcasters Association, Streaming Magazine and the nationally syndicated radio show, On-Line Tonight with David Lawrence.

Webcast viewers will be able to post questions to interviewees and participate in Q&A via e-mail, providing a fully interactive forum for information sharing.

The event will be archived for viewing at www.nabcast.com and www.tvworldwide.com.

Participants should log-on by 10 a.m., PST on April 7th. Questions can be directed to +1-703-961-9250, ext 223 before and during the event.

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