NAB Show 2024 unveils programme for Create, Connect and Capitalize zones

NAB Show 2024 unveils programme for Create, Connect and Capitalize zones

NAB Show

The Las Vegas show has a programme of education and insight into the challenges facing the media industry

Laura Hyde |

The 2024 NAB Show, which will take place from 13-17 April in Las Vegas, USA, will include dedicated community zones, providing attendees with hands-on experiences designed to educate and spark the imagination. 

Create, Connect and Capitalize zones will feature educational sessions led by thought leaders who will look at some of the most impactful and challenging issues facing the media industry. 

Each zone will also have its own guide to help identify the exhibitors connected to the opportunities and trends presented, and a Conversation Corner for peer-to-peer meetings and sit-downs with industry experts. NABiQ teams will tackle artificial intelligence challenges and pitch solutions at a NAB Amplify preshow and onsite in the zones. 

NAB Show 2024 Las Vegas

Each year, NAB Show brings together professionals from the broadcast, media and entertainment industry for insightful and educational talks, discussions and activities

Sessions in the Create zone include ‘Lights, Camera, Studio! The insider’s guide to building your in-house facility’ and ‘Mastering filmmaking with ACES’ sessions, while sessions in the Connect zone include ‘8K technology and its impact on the production process’.  

Show highlights in the Capitalize zone include a look at interactive TV and monetisation avenues for content creators and advertisers in the ‘Beat the Buzzr: interactive monetization transforming entertainment with Microsoft & Nvidia’ session. This zone will also offer insightful sessions on streaming revenue models, creating a seamless viewer experience, and podcast marketing. 

NAB Show 2024 Las Vegas

NAB Show 2024 will take place as the Las Vegas Convention Center

“Navigating the vast landscape of the content ecosystem can be overwhelming,” said Chris Brown, executive vice president and managing director of NAB Global Connections and Events. “That's why we've curated community zones, accessible to all attendees, that focus on a specific stage of the content lifecycle, offering attendees and exhibitors a focused and digestible learning environment to connect trends and information with real-world solutions.” 

Registration is now open on the NAB Show website

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