The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show is known as the world’s largest electronic media show; covering a range of topics from filmed entertainment to the development, management and the delivery of content across all mediums. It remains the ultimate marketplace for digital media entertainment as well as the largest collection of vendors driving the future of media and entertainment. It will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center April 11-16, 2015.
There will be more than 93,000 attendees from 156 countries and 1600+ exhibitors. The show presents multiple co-occurring conferences for specialties such as broadcast engineering, broadcast management and disruptive media, including some live-streamed discussions. Attend daily general sessions, luncheons or dinner sessions to participate in crucial conversations regarding trends affecting in the industry. There are more than 500 skill-building sessions you can take advantage of as an exhibitor or attendee. The show floor is broken out into Exhibit Communities that cater to specialized technology departments such as commerce, distribution and delivery creations, and management, making it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Additional Logistical Information about NAB
- Selling products on the show floor is prohibited.
- No food or beverage is permitted, including marketing giveaways without consent of the official food and beverage provider.
- NAB provides a complimentary shuttle between official show hotel and the LVCC every 10 minutes, Monday through Thursday.
- Individual wireless internet is $12.95 per day.
- Carpeting or alternative floor covering is required!
- Some of the general informational sessions will be streamed live, check their website to see which ones!
- NAB offers several ways to take time out for decompression during the shows. Check out all the attractions and pavilions they offered last year.
What amazing stress relief options will NAB have in 2015?
Don’t forget to visit the show store to pick up your official NAB merchandise, exclusive merchandise only available during the show and a wide range of books covering many broadcast related topics.
The Las Vegas Convention Center is one of the most modern and functional facilities in the world — a 3.2 million square foot facility located within a short distance of more than 100,000 guest rooms. Operated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), the center is well known among industry professionals for its versatility. In addition to approximately two million square feet of exhibit space, there are 144 meeting rooms. The Las Vegas Convention Center is also known as the World Trade Center Las Vegas — a designation in partnership with the Consumer Electronics Association and through a license with the World Trade Center Association.
For additional logistical information about the LVCC, click here. Remember, Las Vegas is a union state, so get to know the laws as they pertain to your exhibit before you go!
NAB is one-stop-shopping for new and established broadcasters on the hunt for the latest tools and technologies to create and deliver content in a digital world. It is a unique event in that it offers exhibitors and attendees the opportunity to meet a vast array of audio, video, film professionals and most importantly decisions makers with purchasing power! Is your company a regular exhibitor at NAB? If so we would love to hear your opinions on the show! Reach out to us on twitter @applerockusa!