What’s Of Note At NAB Show New York?


NAB Show New York kicked off Monday with an unprecedented 10-day schedule of virtual, online presentations and plenty of vendor exhibition opportunities to a global audience.

What are some of the highlights broadcast media executives may wish to pass on to the tech team and its CTO?

Tuesday, October 20

Vertical Bridge VP of Broadcast Leasing Joe Meleski was scheduled to present at 10am Eastern.

At 11am, an IABM session was to look at the challenges and opportunities in the broadcast and media industry. New research and analysis of the current state of Broadcast and Media are focal points of the presentation, along with how its future is likely to unfold over the coming months and years.

Wednesday, October 21

71st Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards – 4pm-6pm Eastern

Thursday, October 22

At 11am, “What’s Next for Next Gen TV: A Big Picture Discussion with the C-Suite” is on the calendar.

This session will provide a 360-degree view from the C-suite on how Next Gen TV is being deployed. “Leading broadcasters, infrastructure and consumer electronics executives will discuss a variety of business topics in this fast paced discussion of the rollout of NextGen TV, including the status of the rollout, impact on existing business models, new business opportunities, the required infrastructure, viewer expectations and other competitive forces.”

Featured panelists include NAB EVP/CTO Sam Matheny, Vertical Bridge CEO Alex Gellman, Sinclair Broadcast Group President/CEO Chris Ripley, The E.W. Scripps Co. CEO Adam Symson, and LG Electronics SVP of Public Affairs & Communications John Taylor.

Friday, October 23