Deadline Hollywood

Dade Hayes is a New York-based contributing editor at Deadline Hollywood, where he covers a range of media and business topics. He also writes for Variety and Fierce Cable and his work has appeared in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times and Forbes. Hayes has held top editorial positions at Variety, Entertainment Weekly and Broadcasting & Cable, dividing his career evenly between film and television, and New York and Los Angeles. Along the way, he has written two books on the media business: Open Wide: How Hollywood Box Office Became a National Obsession (Miramax Books) and Anytime Playdate: Inside the Preschool Entertainment Boom, or, How Television Became My Baby’s Best Friend (Free Press/Simon & Schuster).

Why come to NAB Show New York?

"I’m pleased with the turnout and types of attendees that participate in NAB Show New York — the east coast needed a strong broadcast exhibition and presence. Along with network broadcasters, we see many additional account opportunities for users of professional broadcast-quality video and audio equipment that are in the regional area. The New York location makes this a destination show, and co-location with AES gives us a stronger opportunity to grow our business. NAB knows how to market and promote a show, making NAB Show New York a worthy investment!"

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