Over the years NAB has strayed from being purely for radio and television broadcasters - it is now a global multi-faceted convention involving every aspect of tv, radio, film, entertainment, advertising, online video and new media. Computer companies, software companies, drone manufacturers and smartphone companies are among the many exhibitors.
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Large events can be a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Think of all the elements of your event: venue, food & beverage, transportation, paper and other materials and your audiovisual systems all leave a carbon footprint. In support of Earth Day, here are nine ways to help reduce the carbon footprint at your next event:
Congratulations to our friends and clients on their outstanding achievements at the 2016 Canadian Event Industry Awards, held in Toronto on March 31. We're so proud to have been a part of your award-winning events.
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Navigating the (over) stimulating world of digital display
Video technology can be intimidating these days and with so many options and possibilities, it's hard to know which technology is right for your event. When digital content is your main outlet to communicate your message to your audience, choosing the right technology is an important decision. The best part: there are so many high-quality display solutions that can help you reach your event goals.
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