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NAB Show to host over 1,000 exhibitors

Event will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in mid-April.

Event will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in mid-April.

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The National Association of Broadcasters says its forthcoming NAB Show will host over 1,000 exhibitors, including more than 140 companies that will showcase its products and services at an NAB Show for the first time.

The exhibitors will occupy more than 575,000 net square feet of space at the Las Vegas Convention Center during the NAB Show, which will take place between April 15 and April 19.

Among the companies exhibiting at NAB Show are AT&T, Blackmagic Design, Canon, Chyron, Dell, Grass Valley, Ross Video, Sony, Verizon, VizRT and Xperi.

“Companies, large and small, are turning out en masse to exhibit at NAB Show, including more than a few that skipped last year’s show,” Chris Brown, the NAB’s executive vice president and the managing director of the group’s global connections and events, said in a statement. “Exhibit sales are already nearly 20 percent ahead of where we ended up in 2022. This is a testament to the power of trade shows to unite the industry, create connections and generate commerce. We are thrilled to see the tremendous momentum established at the 2022 event translating to healthy growth, excitement and what promises to be an incredible showing of the latest and greatest tech and some of the most influential companies on the planet.”

The NAB Show will also dedicate floor space to a number of themes and specific innovations, including the next-generation broadcast television standard, ATSC 3.0. Other exhibits include CineCentral, Futures Park and the Streaming Experience.

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