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NAB Show New York Switched to Virtual Conference

(Image credit: NAB) WASHINGTON—The 2020 NAB Show New York, which was slated for Oct. 21-22, is following suit with the NAB’s spring conference and going virtual. The announcement came in the form of a letter from NAB’s Executive Vice President of Conventions and Business Operations Chris Brown. He said that the decision is based on surveying of the show community and consultation with state and local officials in New York, as well as the Javits Convention Center, where the event was scheduled to take place. The event will take place this fall, though no specific date was provided at this time. Among the things expected to be included in the program will be Post|Production World Online, produced in partnership with Future Media Conferences, TVNewsCheck’s TV2025 and other conference programs.

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