NAB Show New York Highlights

NAB Show New York welcomed more than 12,200 attendees to the Javits Center. This intimate event experience offered a curated destination for content economy professionals to reconnect, evaluate and rediscover ways to get more creative with new-to-market and new-to-them tech and tools.

The Show floor featured 268 leading tech suppliers showcasing the latest solutions from content creation to AI to distribution and everything in between. Highlights included:

  • The all-new Photo+Video Lab for photographers and independent creatives using a hybrid mix of equipment to capture and produce content. The area featured the return of Fujifilm as an official exhibitor with a series of photowalks produced by their ambassadors, a shooting bay and Post|Production Experience powered by VU One with sessions run by renowned photographers Vanelli and Peter Hurley.
  • The return of the Cine+Live Lab, presented in partnership with AbelCine: this unique, hands-on area featured demonstrations on specific cine live topics, leveraging SONY VENICE 2, ARRI Alexa 35, Panasonic AK-PLV 100 and a pair of SONY FR7 camera packages, along with additional gear from Fujinon, LUX, Multidyne and Seagate. The Lab also highlighted the new partnership with HBO with "The Making of The HBO Camera Assessment Test (CAS) Seminar."
  • The Tech Chat Stage continued to spotlight brands and successful execution stories, offering attendees quick, focused and impactful information on how their innovations addressed challenges. New this year, select sessions were focused on radio engineers and the latest tech available to create efficiencies within their workflows.
  • Networking activities included the all-new Campfire sessions that paired subject matter experts with small groups for discussions around the monetization of social media, technology and storytelling and the startup universe.
  • The NAB Leadership Foundation (NABLF) Career Fair offered an intimate, in-person opportunity for students and professionals to meet with recruiters from top media, television and radio organizations filling full-time positions.
  • A continued partnership with the Audio Engineering Society (AES) Convention to provide attendees with an integrated experience, granting access to not only the NAB Show New York exhibit floor but also the AES exhibits, demonstration rooms, the Academy Stage with special guests and workshops, special pavilions and theaters, and more.

Conference programs and sessions spanned all aspects of the industry, from the opening keynote from award-winning film producer Evan Shapiro to Web3's impact on the business of media, the metaverse and immersive visual effects influencing AR and VR production techniques to emerging and developing revenue streams at the TV2025 conference to the business trends and technologies impacting radio's future and cybersecurity issues.

NAB Show New York featured two days of tailored programming for television and radio broadcasters.

  • The "Radio Insights | Executive Seminar" featured educational sessions on topics that are top of mind for radio‚Äôs C-suite and top decision makers.
  • The second day of programming featured the launch of the new Broadcast Content Summit, offering customized conference tracks for television and radio. Tailored for content creators, programmers, talent and station managers , the Summit included a wide array of industry thought leaders and experts providing in-depth strategies and solutions, as well as key networking opportunities.

Awards

Industry legends were also recognized and celebrated during the Show.

  • The Marconi Radio Awards returned to NAB Show New York. Hosted by Rich Eisen, with DJ Scratch as the house DJ, the program honored local stations and individuals for their excellence and performance in radio.
  • CBS' James Brown was honored during the Marconi Awards with the NAB Distinguished Service Award and Diane Sutter was honored with the National Radio Award.

NAB Show New York returns to the Javits Center Oct. 8-10, 2024.

NAB Show New York Fast Facts

  • 12,200+ media and entertainment professionals
  • 268 exhibiting companies, including 65 new exhibitors
  • 213 members of the press