TVNewsCheck‘s Michael Depp and Glen Dickson discuss the knock-on effects of the NAB Show’s October cancellation on vendors and the implications for future trade shows, including December’s planned IBC.
The company says it will not exhibit at NAB for the first time in its history due to the current situation over COVID-19.
It joins Sony, Panasonic, Canon and others is opting out of next month’s gathering in Las Vegas.
Canon U.S.A., a provider of consumer, business-to-business and industrial digital imaging solutions issued the following statement: “Due to the ongoing health and safety concerns presented by the COVID-19 delta variant, Canon has made a carefully considered decision to withdraw from this year’s NAB and InfoComm shows. The communities that NAB and InfoComm represent are something […]
Panasonic said today that it will not attend the upcoming NAB Show in Las Vegas. Carter Hoskins, the companys director, professional imaging, said in a statement: “In place of participating in-person, we’re planning to meet and connect with our valued customers via our digital platforms where we look forward to sharing our exciting announcements. We are confident a digital experience will be effective, similar to events we’ve hosted over the last 18 months.”
FOR-A Corporation of America said today that its MV‑3240 multi viewer, a 32-channel, multi-format multi viewer that supports customized layouts with up to 25 windows for one 4K output. FOR-A will demonstrate the new MV-3240 at the 2021 NAB Show (Booth C4918), which runs Oct. 10-13 in Las Vegas. The MV-3240 supports up to 16 inputs for 6G-SDI and up […]
Evertz, a global provider of media and entertainment technology solutions, will be attending NAB 2021 in Las Vegas with a range of solutions that it says “address the significant changes taking place throughout the broadcast industry.” As the entire industry undergoes a seismic shift, Evertz has responded with a number of new products that focus […]
Theresa Alesso, Pro Division president, Sony Electronics, said “we’ve considered the unprecedented circumstances and made the difficult decision that we will not be participating in person at next month’s NAB Show or InfoComm.”
The National Association of Broadcasters is launching a new NAB Show Diversity Symposium at the 2021 NAB Show. The two-part program will cover strategies for developing and fostering corporate diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) in the media industry. The symposium will take place Sunday, Oct. 10, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Las Vegas Convention […]
As 12G-SDI becomes more widely adopted with its ability to carry low latency video up to 4K/60fps resolution over coaxial (12GSDI) cable, Marshall Electronics announces its CV420-30X 12GSDI camera will debut at NAB 2021 (Booth C5636). This all-in-one model with 12GSDI, HDMI and IP (HEVC/SRT) simultaneous outputs fits into a wide variety of broadcast and professional A/V workflow capable applications. […]
Focused tours on a variety of topics will take place Oct. 10-13 at the NAB Show in Las Vegas. Each tour will be followed by a professional networking session.
The association’s Chris Brown said today that NAB “will require all attendees and participants to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination. We think this is a positive step in reducing the spread of COVID-19 and will provide further details on implementation as well as other safety measures under consideration.”
The 2021 NAB Show, which will mark a return to the in-person Las Vegas conference after a year of forced virtual events, is now accepting registrations. The NAB Show is less than five months away, scheduled for Oct. 9-13, and will be co-located with the Radio Show and NAB’s Sales and Management Television Exchange, which are also taking registrations.
Initial applications account for nearly 330,000 square feet of exhibit space.