Broadcast Tech News – IP Showcase at NAB Las Vegas issues call for presentations

The IP Showcase at NAB Show 2020, April 18-22 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, has issued a call for presentations. Hosted in association with the NAB and sponsored by the Audio Engineering Society (AES), Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS), Advanced Media Workflow Association (AMWA), European Broadcasting Union (EBU), Society of Motion Picture and Technology Engineers (SMPTE), the Ultra HD Forum, and the Video Services Forum (VSF), the education and demonstration pavilion will highlight strides made in achieving an all-IP ecosystem supporting real-world media productions. Presenters are encouraged to submit proposals for the newly-announced IPMX, a set of open standards and specifications designed to enable carriage of compressed and uncompressed video, audio, and data over IP networks; the impact of SMPTE ST 2110 on UHD workflows; basic tutorials tailored to newcomers to the field of IP video; or advanced technology presentations on recently released standards or those currently in development. The call for presentations is open to end users, industry associations, solutions providers, and technology developers. More details and the submission form is available here. The deadline is Feb. 28. 

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