Webcast Will Tune In NAB 20023 Apr, 2002 By: Hive News
The International Webcasting Association and TVWorldwide.will Webcast the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) 2002 conference April 8 to 11 live from Las Vegas.
"We're excited to be able to feature the NAB 2002 event to bring the broadcast and streaming video industries together in a forum that showcases the benefits of Webcasting," said IWA chairman Peggy Miles. "We've again teamed with TVWorldwide.com to Webcast the event because of their vast expertise in streaming successful interactive corporate events via Internet TV and their fine work during the NAB Xstream Show in New Orleans in September."
Those joining the Webcast will be able to post questions to with industry leaders present for NAB 2002 show and the associated NAB Xstream Show via chat and e-mail.
The free Webcast will also highlight the latest products, services and news in the broadcast industry and streaming media sectors.
Webcast sponsors include JVC, NEC, Sony, AcaneTV Ltd. Of Korea, and Microsoft. Other sponsors include Accustream, INSC, MaxSan, MRG, Carpel Video, Streaming Magazine, Word Wizards, Inc. and the ``OnLine Tonight'' radio show featuring David Lawrence.
"We're pleased to work with the IWA and NAB to facilitate participation by all those in the arena of streaming video," commented Dave Gardy, chairman and CEO of TVWorldwide.com.
The event will be archived for viewing at www.tvworldwide.com and www.webcasters.org. Participants should have a free Windows Media Player installed prior to the event and should log on by 10:45 AM, PST on April 8.