What Happens in Vegas, Doesn’t Always Stay in Vegas: What You Missed at NAB
If you weren’t one of the 98,000 fortunate enough to attend NAB this year, you missed out on a highly informative time. Not only did we see innovative, ground-breaking broadcast technologies, but we managed to stay away from the gaming tables in Lost Wages! We were busy bees hovering over exhibiting clients, including Adder Technology, Deluxe Entertainment, EchoStar Satellite Services, Hughes Integration and Penthera.
Adder Technology had a busy week in Vegas as BG&A secured interviews for them with media from key trade publications at the NAB show. Adder briefed journalists on the importance of their high-performance KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) products in the broadcast industry. Teaming up with Stagebox, developed in part by BBC Research and Development, Adder demonstrated full IP-based workflow across the broadcast chain while unveiling their 4K connectivity solutions.
Our team was able to help Deluxe, a global post -production giant, brief journalists on its many products and services, as the Deluxe team demonstrated some of its latest products including the Deluxe OnDemand solution for HD content delivery. Deluxe wowed attendees with its broadcast playout solution, Deluxe LeapCloud, and the company’s incredibly robust distributed workflow platform, Deluxe MediaRecall also inspired.
Penthera, a mobile video delivery solutions provider was a big hit in SPROCKIT – the new cutting edge exhibit of radical new startups. SPROCKIT ensured dozens of decision-makers and influencers at leading media and entertainment companies came to get better acquainted with Penthera.
Hughes Integration got to bust a button over its latest accomplishment – it built one of the broadcast industry’s newest mobile production trucks, “Silver,” in collaboration with Canada’s Dome Productions. The mobile studio features all the equipment necessary to produce video anywhere, including live sports and events in 3D. It’s big, light and absolutely state-of-the-art.