Now in its 75th year, the Broadcast Engineering & IT Conference (BEITC) is a renowned program designed for broadcast engineers and technicians, media technology managers, contract engineers, broadcast equipment manufacturers, distributors, engineering consultants and R&D engineers.
Technical presentations consider pressing issues facing today’s media professionals, including the ongoing transition to IT- and IP-based systems and incorporation of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Emphasis on next-generation systems throughout the media-delivery ecosystem provides the conference with a decidedly forward-looking focus.
NAB and SCTE have partnered to offer a dual-site interconnection between the BEIT Conference in Las Vegas and Cable-Tec Expo in Atlanta. The event will include live panels and interactive discussions that explore timely topics, such as dynamic ad insertion, NextGen TV and more.
Senior Member Technical Staff SSIMWAVE Inc.
Assistant Professor, Researcher Clemson University, Dept of Graphic Communications
Vice President Dielectric
Communications Systems Engineer Xperi Corporation
Field CTO for Media & Entertainment Dell EMC Networking & Solutions
BEIT Opening Session
NAB celebrates the 75th Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference at its opening ceremonies. The session includes a welcome address, awards presentations, and timely keynote speeches.
Reimagining the Viewing Experience Using the Edge
This session will examine how Edge Computing will revolutionize the way broadcasters deliver their services by driving innovations and new services across the entire media ecosystem.
Next Gen Game Changers I: The ATSC 3.0 Broadcast App and AEA&I
The first of two sessions on key new features of Next Gen TV.
Next Gen TV Technologies 1: The Promise
The first of five sessions on Next Gen TV technologies, this session presents papers on device interoperability and broadcast/broadband convergence.
Live Production Innovations, Challenges and Solutions
A look at the silver linings brought by COVID to live TV production.
Next Gen Game Changers II: Spectrum Sharing and Distance Learning
The second of two panel sessions on key new features of ATSC 3.0.
Next Gen TV Technologies 4: Datacasting Applications
The fourth of five session on Next Gen TV technologies, presenting papers on datacasting ("Broadcast Internet") applications.
NAB BEIT / SCTE® Cable-Tec Expo® Bi-Coastal Broadcast Event
This first ever joint forum links SCTE Cable-Tec Expo in Atlanta with NAB Show’s Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology (BEIT) Conference in Las Vegas.
Presenting papers on Hybrid broadcast/broadband and streaming Radio services.
Presenting papers on All-digital HD Radio broadcasting.
The two-part program will cover strategies for developing and fostering corporate diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) in the media industry.
It’s time to get back into the field! Signup for one or more of these interactive, in-person field workshops.
Whether you work in Streaming Media, Broadcast, Film & Content Production or Live Events, this half-day workshop will jump-start your journey.
Hear directly from the brands and organizations that are working with and solving industry challenges. These open sessions are designed to facilitate thought provoking discussions on pressing topics and current trends.
AVOD, SVOD and D2C monetization strategies for growing subscribers. From ingestion and transcoding, to media management and playback, learn the best way to streamline workflow and provide the best quality experience.
Innovative strategies to attract emerging and non-traditional advertisers and revenue-generating ideas to enhance small and medium market station’s position in the local marketplace.
The premier event for the audio community featuring the thought leadership, networking opportunities and technology presentations. Learn creative business strategies and innovative solutions to move your business forward.
The world’s leading training conference for production and post-production professionals, content creators, designers, TV, film and video editors, producers, directors, motion graphics and online video specialists.
Visionaries, influencers and honorary guests convene to provide technology and business updates on cybersecurity and anti-piracy initiatives in the film, TV and broadcast industries.
Go in depth with those behind today’s biggest feature films, TV series, podcasts & online content. Learn how they crafted compelling narratives, designed game changing looks, and choreographed complex shots.