The dominant theme was the need for continued collaboration
National Association of Broadcasters issued a statement this week outlining updates to its health and safety protocols for the NAB Show, slated for Oct. 9–13 in Las Vegas.
The organization explains that it has worked for the past several weeks to finalize protocols that will maximize the experience and safety of all members of the NAB Show community.
“This process has involved extensive consultation with health and safety experts, gathering feedback from a range of exhibitors and attendees, and review of the safety measures recommended by national and local health authorities, including Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak’s important announcement this week regarding large events,” stated Chris Brown, EVP & Managing Director, Global Connections and Events, National Association of Broadcasters.
As part of the updated procedure, Brown pointed out that NAB will require all attendees and participants to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination. “We think this is a positive step in reducing the spread of COVID-19 and will provide further details on implementation as well as other safety measures under consideration,” he said.
In addition, the Radio Show, Sales and Management Television Exchange and AES Show will co-locate with the NAB Show this year. This, according to organizers, will broaden the base of attendees and add value to their experience.
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