Las Vegas, Wednesday, 17th April at 11am PST: At this year’s NAB Show, a key focus will be on the cutting-edge developments in ultralow latency video streaming and interactive connectivity, critical for today’s vast media and entertainment markets. A highlight of the event will be an open Town Hall discussion hosted by Broadcast Projects and Dawson Communications, scheduled for Wednesday, April 17, from 11:00 to 11:45 AM at the Convention Center’s West Hall, Connect Zone (W3943 Connect Conversation Corner).

The session, titled “Getting Real about Real-Time Streaming,” will be moderated by Fred Dawson, a seasoned industry journalist. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore the burgeoning demand for real-time interactive streaming (RTIS) and engage in a conversation about the use cases that are driving this technology forward. The discussion will also cover the array of standardized platforms that are emerging to support vendor solutions in this rapidly evolving sector.

The NAB Show, renowned for bringing together the best in the broadcasting world, provides an ideal platform for industry professionals to share insights and latest trends. This particular session aims to shed light on how real-time streaming can enhance viewer experiences and create new opportunities for content delivery.

For those unable to attend the NAB Show, Broadcast Projects and Dawson Communications encourage interested parties to reach out for more information on the developments discussed during the event. This session promises to be an informative event for all those vested in the future of media and entertainment technology.

To learn more about the event on the 2024 NAB Show floor click here.