TV Worldwide to Provide Live NAB 2004 Webcast

Apr 16, 2004 12:00 PM, Editors

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TV Worldwide, a Web-based video network and streaming video service provider, has been selected again by the National Association of Broadcasters to Webcast the conference live from the Las Vegas Convention Center via www.NABshow.com and www.tvworldwide.com.

The free Webcast will feature interviews with on-hand industry leaders and selected speakers, and will also highlight the latest products, services and news in the electronic media sectors. Premier Webcast sponsors include Real Networks, Limelight Networks, Staco Energy, Discreet and the International Webcasting Association. Latino Entertainment & ArtsTV is the official Latino Webcast sponsor and will stream interviews of top Latino celebrities and professionals in Spanish and English. Additional sponsorship opportunities are currently being negotiated.,/P>

Visitors to the live Webcast will be able to post questions to interviewees and participate in Q&A via e-mail.

Chris Brown, NAB senior VP of conventions and expositions, said, "We have had a very successful partnership with TVWorldwide.com over the last several years. They do a great job developing and streaming show-related content, enabling our reach to extend beyond the walls of the convention center. The process has been virtually seamless because they are not only streaming experts, but know our show and industry extremely well."

"We're pleased to work with the NAB to facilitate participation by all those in the arena of broadcasting and streaming video," commented Dave Gardy, chairman and CEO of TVWorldwide.com. "With our NABcast.com channel, we're getting a huge response to this event nationally and look forward to working with NAB as they again utilize Webcasts to serve their membership and the broadcasting industry internationally."

The event will be archived for viewing. Participants should be online by 10:45 a.m. PST on April 19. Questions can be directed to 703/961-9250 x223 before and during the event.






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