03.30.2005 05:12 PM
HDNET co-founder to deliver Super Session keynote speech

HDNet co-founder Mark Cuban will share his insight into HDTV and explore its future growth in light of current trends during his Super Session keynote speech Wed., April 20 at NAB2005 in Las Vegas.

Cuban has led the drive toward HDTV with innovative technology and applications, including presenting raw, unedited HD news coverage of hot spots around the world to movies shot in HD set to premiere in theaters and on HDNet Movies simultaneously.

Following the keynote presentation, a panel of experts will discuss some of the resourceful ways TV is being unleashed from its traditional box and examine how sports and reality programming, TV content and advertising have successfully migrated to mobile phones, PDAs and other personal screens.

For more information, visit www.hd.net and www.nabshow.com.

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