Las Vegas, Nev. - NewTek
, a worldwide leader in video and 3D animation products, will present the second annual "Broadcast Minds" event at this year's National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show. Some of the most successful digital media influencers in the industry will discuss how to succeed in the new television landscape. The free event will be held Tuesday, April 12 at the Renaissance Hotel Ballroom (adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center), beginning with a cocktail reception at 6:00 p.m. PT, followed by a 6:30 presentation.
NAB attendees will connect with influential broadcast industry figures, including:
- Adam Carolla, radio and TV personality and host of the Adam Carolla Show
- Leo Laporte, "The Tech Guy" and founder of TWiT Live
- Mark Fratto, associate athletics director for communications, St. John's University
- Steve Hellmuth, executive vice president of operations and technology, NBA
This candid "living room" discussion will be moderated by Streaming Media Editor, Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen. Guests are invited to participate in a Q&A session during this event. NAB attendees are advised to pre-register for this "must-attend" event. To register, visit http://newtek.com/nab.
According to Laporte, what he likes about the digital revolution is its democratizing nature. "If broadcasters are willing to think out of the box and throw away their notions of what broadcasting is, they can take advantage of and profit from the digital revolution," he said. "Anyone who has an idea they want to share and a potential audience, can produce and broadcast for themselves. This technology, along with NewTek TriCaster, allows you to get your voice heard. For me that is the most important transformation."
At NAB, NewTek will award over $100,000 in prizes with the TriCaster-A-Day Giveaway. For more information regarding NewTek at the NAB Show, visit:
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With NewTek TriCaster, anyone can simultaneously produce, live stream, broadcast, project and record HD and SD network-style productions. A single operator or small team can switch between multiple cameras, virtual inputs and live virtual sets, while inserting clips, titles and motion graphics with multi-channel effects. In addition to the Adam Carolla Show, NBA Development League, St. John's University TWiT.TV, and TriCaster is used by broadcasters, webcasters, sports organizations, schools, houses of worship, government agencies and others to provide a new level of extended programming and content to their audiences.
The TriCaster family of products in NTSC is available for education in North America starting at US$4,995, and multi-standard internationally starting at US$5,995. For more information, please visit www.newtek.com.