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Streaming Experience

Join your industry peers in this living room environment and experience nearly every live and on-demand streaming service on the market today.

In the largest showcase of its kind, NAB Show attendees will have the opportunity to get hands-on with more than 50 streaming video platforms and devices, curated by noted streaming and online video expert Dan Rayburn. From smart TVs and streaming boxes to phones and tablets, you can test the services side-by-side and get your questions answered.

This program is no longer taking place this April in Las Vegas. Join us in 2021!

From Netflix and Hulu to new services by Disney and Apple, consumers now have many choices of where to get their video fix. But what are the REAL differences between these services from a quality, content and cost standpoint?

See and compare:

  • Video quality: compression, HDR and 4K
  • Content bundling strategies
  • Video delivery: low-latency and QoS
  • Ad formats: pre/post roll in live and SVOD
  • Connected TV advertising
  • Playback and UI/UX

The Streaming Experience will feature hardware from Amazon, Apple, Roku, Xbox, PlayStation, LG, TCL, and Samsung – all showcasing dozens of streaming apps including: Disney+, Apple TV+, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, CBS All Access, YouTube TV, AT&T TV, Sling TV, ESPN+, HBO Now, Showtime, Epix, Discovery, Fubo TV, Acorn TV, IMDb TV, Tubi, WWE, MLB.TV, NHL.TV, NBA TV, MLS, DAZN, FOX Sports, NBC Sports, The Roku Channel and many others. New services from HBO Max, Peacock and Quibi will also be showcased, depending on their launch dates.