More than 60 companies will exhibit for the first time at the 2018 NAB Show New York, held October 17-18 at the Javits Convention Center. These companies will offer a first look at new products and technologies through hands-on exhibits and demonstrations.
This year is turning out to be an exciting time for all types of broadcasters. Some relatively new technologies are on the verge of maturing, like 4K UHD and podcasts, while other longtime favorites, like live television, are becoming more relevant than ever.
PILOT, an innovation initiative of the National Association of Broadcasters(NAB), has selected the five finalists of the first-ever PILOT Pitch Prize Competition. Finalists will compete in a live business-plan pitch event at NAB Show New York on October 17 at 3 p.m. at the Javits Convention Center.
Industry executives will explore several innovative strategies for increasing revenue on OTT and digital platforms in a panel on October 17 as part of TV2020: Monetizing the Future at the 2018 NAB Show New York.
Internet infrastructure analyst Dan Rayburn, in association with the 2018 NAB Show New York, has announced the new EdgeNext Summit, a one-day conference that will focus on content distribution at the edge and all that is taking place with CDN (Content Delivery Network), WAF (Web Application Firewall), DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service), managed DNS & more.
Wendy Williams, host of “The Wendy Williams Show,” will receive the NAB Show New York Impact Award on Thursday, October 18, during the 2018 NAB Show New York. Williams will also participate in a featured main stage keynote session with Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein, co-presidents of the talk show’s producer and distributor, Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury.
Television advertising professionals will address the medium’s ability to participate in trends that are sweeping the broader ad industry, from automated selling and addressability to audience segmentation and multiplatform targeting, in a panel on October 17 as part of TV2020: Monetizing the Future at the 2018 NAB Show New York.
Broadcasters’ expectations for retransmission consent revenue and its sustainability will be the topic of a panel at TVNewsCheck’s third annual TV2020: Monetizing the Future conference at the 2018 NAB Show New York.
Top executives of four TV station groups will survey the state of the TV broadcast business and its major growth opportunities at TVNewsCheck’s third annual TV2020: Monetizing the Future conference at the 2018 NAB Show New York.
Ken Auletta, longtime writer of The New Yorker’s “Annals of Communication” column and author, most recently, of Frenemies: The Epic Disruption of the Ad Business (and Everything Else) will open TVNewsCheck’s annual TV2020: Monetizing the Future conference, where he will survey advertising’s complex new terrain and the adaptive strategies it demands.