The NAB Show Call for Speakers is open. More than 93,000 media and entertainment professionals from 156 countries, including more than 1,700 industry press representatives, attended the 2013 NAB Show. Proposals must be submitted by October 18, 2013, to be considered. In order to be fair to all submitters, this deadline will not be extended.
– Proposals featuring original content, research or rarely-seen yet highly regarded speakers will receive very favorable consideration.
– Proposals promoting company products or services will not be accepted; however proposals explaining the underlying technologies used in broadcast products or services will be considered. NAB Show offers Info Sessions on a space-available basis for companies seeking to promote their services. Click here for Info Session particulars.
– Proposals are reviewed based on relevant topic and target audience. Review the target audience for each conference per the information below prior to submitting. Click here to view a sample proposal.
– NAB Show reserves the right to include additional speakers, edit titles and descriptions, and replace moderators as deemed necessary for the overall success of the session and accepted proposal. All such improvements will be reviewed with each submitter.
– All submitters will be notified no later than the week of December 31, 2013, of the status of their submission via email to the address submitters provide on the submission form.
Types of Submissions
NAB Show encourages all types of submissions. Technical Papers are offered exclusively within the Broadcast Engineering Conference program.
Formats for Speaker/Session Submissions may be:
– Keynote or Lecture – Solo speaker, suitable for consideration as a Conference Keynote, Super Session or General Session presentation.
– Panel Discussion – Moderator-led panel featuring experts discussing a particular topic. NAB Show recommends no more than four panelists and a moderator for these sessions.
– Round Table Discussion – Facilitator-led round tables featuring dynamic interaction with attendees discussing a variety of related topics.
– Workshop – Structured education presented progressively over the course of 4-6 hours. Typically workshops at NAB Show are presented within one day, but can be broken up across two days if required.
– Case Study – Industry-led success story around a particular project or implementation. NAB Show expects that all case study submissions include participants from the end user (industry) as well as the trading partner for the project or implementation.
Once you have submitted your proposal, you may modify it until the submission deadline of October 18, 2013.
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