- Wednesday, Apr. 29, 2015
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) is now accepting speaking proposals for the 2015 Content and Communications World (CCW) featuring SATCON, held November 11-12, 2015 in New York. CCW is a leading media, entertainment and communications technology event focusing on content creation, management and delivery technologies. SATCON offers sessions and exhibits serving companies in the satellite-enabled communications and content delivery industry.
NAB is seeking presenters with fresh ideas in the areas of media and entertainment technology, content creation, distribution and business models. Highly valued topics include: case studies in new production workflows; distribution models for streaming, video on demand, linear, and multi-platform delivery; advancements in satellite technology with applications for commercial as well as military and government use; new developments in display technologies such as Ultra HD and Virtual Reality; and the latest in professional audio and enterprise video. In addition to topics related to broadcast technology, trends in media advertising, consumption, and new business models are sought for all content owners and platforms in sectors such as film and motion pictures, retail, religious institutions, military and government, education, and live events.
The deadline for speaking proposals is June 19. Additional information on the CCW and SATCON educational program, along with instructions on how to submit speaking proposals, is available here.
About CCW and SATCON
Produced by the National Association of Broadcasters, organizer of NAB Show, CCW and SATCON will be held November 11–12, 2015 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. Attracting more than 6,400 attendees and 300 exhibitors, CCW and SATCON is the East Coast's most significant content and communications event. Complete details are available at www.ccwexpo.com.
The National Association of Broadcasters is the premier advocacy association for America's broadcasters. NAB advances radio and television interests in legislative, regulatory and public affairs. Through advocacy, education and innovation, NAB enables broadcasters to best serve their communities, strengthen their businesses and seize new opportunities in the digital age. Learn more at www.nab.org.
Ann Marie Cumming