Over 200 First-Time Exhibitors Join NAB Show
2014 NAB Show
WASHINGTON -- February 20, 2014
More than 200 companies will exhibit for the first time at the 2014 NAB Show,
home to the world's largest gathering of vendors driving the future of media
and entertainment. These companies will offer a first-look at new products and
next-generation technologies through interactive exhibits, live demonstrations
and technology-focused pavilions. NAB Show, held April 5-10 (exhibits open
April 7-10) in Las Vegas, is the annual conference and expo for professionals
who create, manage and distribute entertainment across all platforms.
The 2014 NAB Show's 204 first-time exhibitors will join a wide variety of NAB
Show exhibiting veterans on the 850,000+ square feet of space that make up the
NAB Show exhibit floor. The debuting NAB Show exhibitors include AMD-Advanced
Micro Devices, Clearleap, Fujitsu Semiconductor America, Giga Entertainment
Media, Siemens Convergence Creators GmbH, This Technology and Ustream. There
are also several new exhibitors within Intel's new Partner Pavilion. A full
list of NAB Show first-time exhibitors can be found here.
"These are transformative times for professionals who employ audio and video
technology to communicate, educate and entertain. Nowhere will that be more
evident than at NAB Show," said NAB Executive Vice President of Conventions
and Business Operations Chris Brown. "The multitude of first-time exhibitors
this year is reflective of NAB Show's ability to adapt and deliver fresh
perspectives on the industry's most innovative companies and cutting-edge
The 2014 NAB Show exposition will comprise 1,550+ companies, including 550+
international exhibitors and some of the world's leading brands and companies,
including Accenture, Amazon Web Services, AVID, Canon U.S.A., Cisco, Clear
Channel Satellite, Deluxe, Dolby Laboratories, Dome Productions, Ericsson,
Evertz, FUJIFILM, General Dynamics, Grass Valley, Harmonic, Harris Broadcast,
Hitachi, HP Enterprise Services, IBM, JVC, Microsoft Corporation, Panasonic,
Piksel, Ross Video Limited, Sony Electronics, Technicolor, Toshiba, Verizon
and The Vitec Group.
Also on the exhibit floor this year, the new Interactive Television Pavilion
will present innovations in technology, content/ad applications and services
that provide personalized and consumer- controlled video experiences delivered
with and through the television, mobile devices, PC and emerging digital video
distribution systems. In addition, the expanded SPROCKIT program will feature
a pavilion showcasing a unique collection of up to 30 market-ready startup
companies positioned to transform the media and entertainment industry.
NAB Show's sales division reports that space is currently sold out for several
exhibit communities including: Central Hall (Acquisition and Production, Radio
and Pro Audio), Lower South Hall (Post Production and Display Systems) and
Outdoor (Mobile Media).
About NAB Show
NAB Show, held April 5-10, 2014 in Las Vegas, is the world's largest
electronic media show covering filmed entertainment and the development,
management and delivery of content across all mediums. With more than 93,000
attendees from 156 countries and 1,550+ exhibitors, NAB Show is the ultimate
marketplace for digital media and entertainment. From creation to consumption,
across multiple platforms and countless nationalities, NAB Show is home to the
solutions that transcend traditional broadcasting and embrace content delivery
to new screens in new ways. Complete details are available at www.nabshow.com.
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