NAB Show Grows, Reaches Space Milestone

Almost 250 companies will be first time exhibitors
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The National Association of Broadcasters says that its show floor has expanded to over one million net square feet of exhibit space for the 2015 NAB Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, April 11–16.

Out of the more than 1,700 total exhibitors, 244 companies are exhibiting for the first time.

“Hitting the one million mark on exhibit floor space is a testament to NAB Show’s continued relevance in an age of rapid advances in technology and change for media and entertainment,” said NAB Executive Vice President of Conventions and Business Operations Chris Brown. “Our growth is reflective of NAB Show’s ability to adapt and deliver fresh perspectives on the industry’s most innovative companies and cutting-edge technologies.”

New this year in the North Hall and Westgate Hotel will be New Media Expo, a collocated event featuring dozens of exhibitors and industry bloggers, podcasters, Web TV content creators and social media specialists. The conference will include more than 100 educational sessions and the Speed Networking program. Speakers include Adam Corolla, PodcastOne Founder and former Westwood One Founder Norm Pattiz and Chris Jericho (professional wrestler and media personality).

Also on the exhibit floor this year, the new Aerial Robotics and Drone Pavilion will be located in the South Upper Hall and will feature dozens of aerial robotics companies, a flying cage, demonstration area and daily sessions.

New education offerings on the floor include Post|Production Campus, presented in partnership with Future Media Concepts. This learning and networking area of the show floor will feature 30-minute sessions, presented by certified instructors and noted editors as well as “Ask the Expert” stations and daily raffles.

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