NAB Establishes ‘Broadcast District’
Creates broadcast TV and radio experience in West Hall of Las Vegas Convention Center
NAB Establishes ‘Broadcast District’ at NAB Show
Washington, D.C. – The West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center will be home to NAB Show’s new Broadcast District, a destination for radio and television broadcasters offering premium educational sessions, networking and special events, April 15 – 19, 2023. The show floor features a dynamic marketplace showcasing next generation technologies, services and solutions to propel the broadcast industry into the future.
“We are excited to enhance the experience for broadcasters with a centralized location that emphasizes community building and makes it easy to navigate the Show,” said NAB Executive Vice President of Industry Affairs April Carty-Sipp. “TV and Radio broadcasters will receive tangible takeaways to help them generate revenue, streamline expenses and innovate while getting insights into what’s next for their business through a tailored experience designed to meet their needs.”
Exhibits in the West Hall are organized around three uniquely curated destinations:
- Connect – Explores content distribution and delivery, from cloud computing to new media infrastructure and innovations to boost productivity.
- Capitalize – Where content meets commerce, including next-generation technologies that are creating new revenue streams and fueling the content economy.
- Intelligent Content – Highlights content personalization using data, AI and automation tools that enable customized and immersive content.
Featured exhibitors located in West Hall include AJA, Amagi, AWS, Harmonic, Intelstat, LTN Global, MediaKind, Microsoft, Nautel, Planar, Signiant, Telestream, Vislink, Verimatrix, Veritone, Vislink and Vizrt.
The Broadcast District includes:*
- NAB Show Conference sessions focused on radio and television
- NAB Small and Medium Market Radio Forum
- NAB Diversity Symposium
- NAB Leadership Foundation’s Focus on Leadership Speaker Series
- Broadcast Engineering and IT Conference
*Badge access may vary for each conference.
Also located within the Broadcast District is the TV and Radio HQ, a prime networking destination for broadcasters. Open Sunday, April 16 – Tuesday, April 18, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., the TV and Radio HQ will feature:
- NAB Member Lounge – For NAB members to host impromptu meetings, relax, connect with fellow broadcasters and enjoy complimentary refreshments.
- NAB Sip-and-Speak Series – A daily series of quick, intimate Q-and-A discussions with the most influential leaders in broadcasting; complimentary beverages included.
- Discussion Den – A forum for deep-dive discussions and workshops on topics of interest to broadcasters.
- Resource Row – Includes NAB Affinity Program Partners offering exclusive services and cost-saving solutions for NAB members.
- Happy Hour Events –Social gatherings for television and radio broadcasters, featuring entertainment and networking.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority debuted the $1 billion, 1.4 million square foot West Hall expansion in 2021. The state-of-the-art facility boasts a contemporary design and an abundance of natural light and exhibition space. An open-air atrium features a giant video screen and large terrace, offering spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip.
The Las Vegas Convention Center Loop, an underground tunnel developed by The Boring Company, shuttles convention attendees throughout the 200-acre campus in all-electric Tesla vehicles.
About NAB Show
NAB Show, held April 15 – 19, 2023 in Las Vegas, is celebrating its centennial year as the preeminent conference and exhibition driving the evolution of broadcast, media and entertainment. It is the ultimate marketplace for next-generation technology inspiring superior audio and video experiences. From creation to consumption, across multiple platforms, NAB Show is where global visionaries convene to bring content to life in new and exciting ways. For complete details, visit www.nabshow.com.
The National Association of Broadcasters is the premier advocacy association for America’s broadcasters. NAB advances radio and television interests in legislative, regulatory and public affairs. Through advocacy, education and innovation, NAB enables broadcasters to best serve their communities, strengthen their businesses and seize new opportunities in the digital age. Learn more at www.nab.org.