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2010 NAB Sessions Available Online
Washington - May 17, 2010 - The 2010 NAB Show Broadcast Engineering Conference (BEC) sessions are now available online. Sessions have been posted in the BEC proceedings and in the NAB Online Learning Center. Many presentations are posted in both.
Online sessions include an audio recording of the presentation synchronized with the PowerPoint slides used.
For the Online Learning Center, a number of complimentary sessions are accessible from the Online Learning Center home page. Selecting a complimentary session immediately takes you to the user interface. Users must login to access the complimentary sessions.
Show attendees who purchased access to the Online Learning Center as part of the 2010 NAB Show package should have received an e-mail message the username and password.
Access to BEC sessions is obtained by purchasing an online access package. This also provides access to all of the other conferences available in the Online Learning Center, including the Broadcast Management Conference, Broader-Casting Conference, Digital Cinema Summit, Info Sessions, Military and Government Conference and Post Production World Conference.
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