This year’s NAB New York Show will once again give radio broadcasters the opportunity to share insights, learn new strategies, connect with industry experts and get hands-on with the latest in media technology.
The show takes place at New York’s Javits Center, Oct. 24–26.
A key part of the show is the conference program that will, in the organizers’ words, ‘elevate your craft.’’
Although the conferences have a strong leaning towards TV, those that could benefit radio broadcasters are the following:
- An executive seminar of radio insights — This seminar will provide a deep dive into effective long-term strategies for radio professionals.
- Broadcast content summit — A new, dual-track program designed for content creators, programmers, talent and station managers in radio and TV.
- Cybersecurity for broadcasters retreat — An opportunity for engineering, IT and security executives, managers, and professionals to discuss the challenges they face in securing the environment, mitigating risk and meeting compliance.
Although the conferences are part of the show’s program, they require separate registration.