Inside, outside and all around the NAB Show, Broadcast Engineering writers and editors will cover the show.
The Broadcast Engineering staff will be positing daily about the 2008 NAB Show. Come here to check out our pre-show postings for tips and not-to-miss happenings. Need help in planning your schedule? Need to know the what, when and where about that special party or NAB event? Here at BE@NAB, we‘ll have the answers.
On-site coverage begins on Sunday, April 13, with 12 Broadcast Engineering writers and editors giving you live show coverage. As events happen at the NAB Show, we‘ll be there and bring the information to you.
Whether Las Vegas is in your travel plans or not, Broadcast Engineering is giving you a front row seat at corporate press conferences, product launches and announcements. As a BE@NAB reader, you‘re privy to key events as they are happening. A lot of companies have new products under wraps to be revealed at NAB. BE@NAB brings you a continually updated feed of new products and demonstrations.
Blog postings on new products will hot link to current magazine coverage, including articles and product photos. In addition, each new product listed will be hot-linked back to the manufacturer‘s Web site. BE@NAB gives you immediate access to the information about the products you need.
Sights and sounds
In addition, audio podcasts will feature interviews with attendees and exhibitors. Hear from your fellow broadcasters at the show about what they think is hot on the show floor. Learn firsthand from the exhibitors. Get the latest behind-the-scenes information on new products and vendor services.
For the first time, Broadcast Engineering is launching daily video coverage of the NAB convention. Our full-time production crew will be on site to bring interviews, product information, demonstrations and industry awards ceremonies direct to readers. Watch BETV to see actual product tutorials, interviews and attendee reactions. The daily videos will be highlighted on BE@NAB for easy access.
Even if you don‘t attend the 2008 NAB Show, you can still be in the know.