NAB Establishes ‘Broadcast District’ at NAB Show


The West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center will be home to NAB Show’s new Broadcast District, a destination for radio and TV broadcasters offering educational sessions, networking and special events. The show is April 15th – 19th.

“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 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.

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 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.



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