2011 NAB Show Adds Virtual View

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Washington - Feb 2, 2011 - NAB Show Virtual View, the first virtual extension of the NAB Show in Las Vegas, will be launched live May 12, 2011. The event will feature exhibitor demonstrations, interviews and booth tours, as well as live interactive video chats on products and technology unveiled at the NAB Show. NAB Show Virtual View will also include live keynotes of original content, and select recorded sessions from the show itself.

NAB Show Virtual View, the NAB's first online forum, was designed to facilitate dialog and the exchange of new ideas regarding the latest developments coming out of the NAB Show and their impact on the content business community. The event will include:

  • Video showcases from participating companies, as well as the ability to download collateral materials such as white papers, brochures, product/services information, and case studies.
  • Live video chats with professionals on discoveries from the NAB Show.
  • Original sessions in the auditorium discussing the show effect and their business projections based on new information gleaned from the NAB Show.
  • On-demand sessions of breakout sessions.
  • A social media component enabling seamless exhibitor and attendee engagement.

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