2013 NAB Show Opens Call for Speakers
Washington, DC - Jul 20, 2012 - The National Association of Broadcasters is for active participants in the development of the overall education program for the 2013 NAB Show. Those interested are encouraged to submit technical paper or session proposals for the convention, to be held April 6 - 11, 2013, in Las Vegas, by entry deadline of Oct. 29, 2012. [Note: The deadline was extended from Oct. 19, as was previously announced.] Submissions must be relevant to the creation and distribution of all media and filmed entertainment content, or address emerging trends and their impact on the media business.
Conferences for the 2013 NAB Show program include Broadcast Engineering, Broadcast Management, Cloud Computing, Creative Master Series, Disruptive Media, Military and Government Summit, and the popular General and Super Session Series. Event organizers will consider proposals on new media for multiple platforms, new business models, and the impact of new technologies and marketplace realities on existing businesses and creative processes.
To submit a proposal, access the paper submission page for instructions and details at this link.
The NAB Show is also seeking nominations for its Program Advisory Group, which comprises industry leaders and subject matter experts who provide feedback on overall conference design and suggest new areas of programming to address the evolving media and entertainment landscape. Nominations for this group may be sent to the NAB Show staff at DBrasse@nab.org.
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