NAB Show: For Your Every Next
Be Everywhere at Once
The entire industry is here, so you can make multiple appearances at other insider events that are conveniently co-located with NAB Show. Event hopping has never been easier!
BEA2023, co-located with NAB Show, is an academic media convention with over 150 sessions on media pedagogy, collaborative networking events, hands-on technology workshops, research and creative scholarship and the Festival of Media Arts.
The event will match high-quality candidates of all job levels to potential employers and graduate schools for those looking to advance their career/education. Job seekers will have the opportunity to meet with major industry recruiters including CBS News, Hearst Television and ION Media. Admission is free for job seekers, but registration is required. Recruiters will have the chance to fill open positions and receive Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) credit for their participation.
CDSA’s CONTENT PROTECTION SUMMIT
The Content Delivery & Security Association gathers security executives for an afternoon of thought-leadership and technology solutions at their event that connects people as much as it enlightens our community about the future. This year’s theme of connected complexity examines the global entertainment supply chain and take you through a security journey into areas we should all be considering as “next” and “critical” to our M+E industry.
74th ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING EMMY® AWARDS
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences brings the Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards to NAB Show. This presentation honors a living individual, a company, or a scientific or technical organization for developments and/or standardization involved in engineering technologies that either represent so extensive an improvement on existing methods or are so innovative in nature that they materially have affected television.
Public Media Technology Summit
Immediately preceding NAB Show, the Public Media Technology Summit includes sessions on RF, IT and general technology practice and management, particularly as they intersect with ATSC 3.0/NextGen TV, IP-based facilities, cloud-based production, and the related business and service opportunities that support public media’s unique mission. It is focused on public TV technologists, but is open to all media professionals.
TVNewsCheck’s Women in Technology Awards
Anne Schelle, managing director of the Pearl TV consortium, will receive the highest honor in TVNewsCheck’s Women in Technology Awards for her tireless efforts to rally the broadcast industry around the ATSC 3.0 standard while convincing manufacturers to produce compatible sets.