WASHINGTON, D.C. – NAB Show New York is proud to introduce the new Broadcast Content Summit, offering customized tracks for television and radio. Produced by the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), this exclusive conference scheduled for Thursday, October 26, is tailored for content creators, programmers, talent and station managers.
The Summit features a wide array of industry thought leaders and experts providing in-depth strategies and solutions as well as key networking opportunities. Attendees will learn how to expand their audience reach, decode audience preferences for content and engagement, master recruitment strategies, optimize operational efficiencies, hone content preservation and repurposing skills and gain invaluable insights into the cutting-edge trends and technologies shaping the television and radio landscape, including Artificial Intelligence.
NAB President and CEO Curtis LeGeyt will host a special one-on-one conversation with CBS Hall of Fame sportscaster and broadcasting legend James Brown. The discussion will include Brown’s insights into the state of the broadcasting industry, his multi-award-winning career and how he developed his approach to TV and radio broadcasting, mentoring, charity work and much more.
The Broadcast Content Summit rounds out a two-day lineup of programming dedicated to broadcasters. On Wednesday, October 25, the Radio Insights Executive Seminar will explore the topics that are top of mind for radio’s C-suite and top decision-makers.
“The priority is to deliver strategies and solutions on key issues and discuss opportunities for broadcasters,” said April Carty-Sipp, NAB executive vice president for Industry Affairs. “We launched the Summit to help broadcasters navigate the ever-evolving media landscape, focusing on content creation and insights, but also technology and innovation breakthroughs, recruiting the next generation of broadcasters, audience engagement and so much more.”
See the full session lineup.
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NAB Show New York is the most efficient and diverse event experience on the East Coast for the broadcast, media and entertainment industry, held October 24-26 (Exhibits October 25-26) at the Javits Center. Produced by the National Association of Broadcasters and again co-located with the AES New York 2023 Convention, NAB Show New York is the premier event for content economy professionals to reconnect, reevaluate and rediscover ways to get more creative with new-to-market tech and existing tools through exhibits, conferences and networking events. Learn more at NABShowNY.com.
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