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NAB Show Opens 2015 Call for Speakers
Washington - Speaking proposals are now being accepted for the 2015 NAB Show, held April 11-16, 2015, in Las Vegas. In addition to the world's largest expo of media and entertainment technologies, NAB Show offers unparalleled educational opportunities that demonstrate how innovations in digital media may generate new business and career opportunities.
NAB Show seeks presenters with fresh ideas in the areas of media and entertainment technology, content, and management. Case studies in new audio/video production and post-production workflows, social applications, content creation and distribution tools, and advanced voice and data technologies are highly valued. In addition to topics related to broadcast technology, trends in media advertising, consumer trends, and new business models are sought for all content owners and platforms in sectors such as film and motion pictures, retail, religious institutions, military and government, education, and live events.
The deadline for speaking proposals is Oct. 17. Click here for full information on NAB Show educational programs, along with instructions on how to submit speaking proposals.
NAB Show also seeks nominations via email for its Program Advisory Group. The group's industry leaders and subject matter experts provide feedback on conference design and suggest new areas of programming to address the evolving media and entertainment landscape.
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