New York City is set to host the second edition of the 2024 National Association of Broadcasters, NAB Show. The annual show is aimed at creating a platform for media industry players, media organizations, entertainment and technology. It covers broadcast TV, radio, production, post-production, news gathering, streaming, cable TV, satellite TV, film restoration, data storage, data management etc.

The two-day event scheduled on October 9 and 10, 2024 is expected to attract over 50,000 attendees and over 2.000 exhibitors engaging with the leading products, practices, and influential figures driving broadcast, media, and entertainment to unprecedented heights.

Since its inspection in 1923, NAB Show has served as a credible platform for media men and women, and operators to network to advance the broadcasting industry.

The NAB Show is crafted for those aiming to attract a larger audience and increase viewer engagement. It caters to those aspiring to create unique audio and visual experiences. Whether you’re involved in content creation, distribution, management, or monetization, this event offers a clear and confident path to elevate your work in bold new directions.

NAB is the leading advocacy association for American broadcasters. It promotes the interests of radio and television in legislative, regulatory, and public affairs. Through advocacy, education, and innovation, NAB empowers broadcasters to better serve their communities, enhance their businesses, and embrace new opportunities in the digital era.


Story: Ebenezer Amponsah

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