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Reminder: 2010 NAB Show Calls for Technical Papers
Washington - Oct 15, 2009 - The 2010 NAB Show will host the 64th Broadcast Engineering Conference. The conference addresses the most recent developments in broadcast technology and focuses on the opportunities and challenges that face broadcast engineering professionals around the world. The NAB has opened the call for papers for the convention.
Proposals should be clearly written and be no more than 200 words in length. The proposal should explain precisely what conference attendees can be expected 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 will be acceptable. Final presentations are limited to 30 minutes in length, including five or 10 minutes for questions from the audience.
The deadline to submit proposals is Oct. 23, 2009.
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