NAB CEO Gordon Smith to Keynote Digital Vision 2010

The Q&A-style keynote will kickoff the online event, held Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010.
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NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith will participate in a keynote session launching DigitalVision 2010, a free virtual trade show presented by the NAB Show and NewBay Media for digital content creation professionals.

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Smith The Q&A-style keynote will kickoff the online event, held Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010.

The interview will be conducted by Tom Butts, editor-in-chief of TV Technology.

The keynote will examine new technologies featured at the 2010 NAB Show, the latest in HD and 3D developments and mobile media devices.

DigitalVision 2010 will also feature interactive exhibits, educational sessions and live chats with exhibitors, attendees and other NAB Show participants. For additional information, visit

The event will include:

* Virtual exhibits, featuring video presentations, live chats, product information, and prize giveaways. Exhibitors include event sponsor Sony, additional sponsors Harris and Omneon, and virtual exhibits from Clear-Com, Digital Rapids, Ensemble Designs, Mid-Atlantic Products, Snell, VCI Solutions, Viewcast, Wohler Technologies and the NAB Show.

* A virtual lounge, where attendees can connect with colleagues to discuss the latest developments in business and technology. The lounge will include a series of scheduled chats led by NAB Show participants and the editors of TV Technology, Television Broadcast, Videography, DV Magazine and Government Video, among others.

* A robust resource center full of product information for download.

Additionally, there will be an educational component of the DigitalVision program focusing on acquisition, production, audio, content management, content distribution and transmission topics.

DigitalVision is free to attend. Visit to register by December 15 to receive a $100 discount code towards a 2010 NAB Show Conference Flex Pass (activated upon confirmed log-in to the virtual event).

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