NAB Calls for Papers for NAB2008
Washington - Jul 23, 2007 - NAB2008 will host the 62nd NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference April 12-17 in Las Vegas. This is a technical conference where presenters deliver papers ranging over a variety of topics relevant to the broadcast and allied industries. Presentations are limited to 30 minutes, including five or 10 minutes for questions from the audience.
The NAB seeks proposals for papers. Proposals should be clearly written and no more than 250 words in length. The proposal should explain precisely what conference attendees can expect to learn from the paper. Papers promoting company products or services will not be accepted; however, papers explaining the underlying technologies used in broadcast products or services are acceptable.
Proposals are due by Oct. 5, 2007. Submitters of accepted proposals will be notified by Nov. 9, 2007. Once accepted, submitters must provide the completed paper by Jan. 18, 2008. The paper will be published in the NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference Proceedings, and each presenter will receive a complimentary copy of the proceedings CD. A synopsis of the papers presented at NAB2007 is available at NAB.org.
To submit a technical paper proposal, follow this link. Questions regarding the NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference can be directed to John Marino, VP Science and Technology, at 202-429-5346.
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