NAB Show Express kicks off today with live virtual events

Since NAB 2020 was canceled due to the coronavirus earlier this year, NAB organizers have set up a digital equivalent to the show: NAB Show Express.

From May 13th to 14th, you will have access to numerous live streams that you can watch right at home. NAB Show Express has been built to be highly flexible. When choosing which live streams you want to watch, you can favorite what you’re most interested in. There is also a stream on the show’s homepage, so you can just sit back and let NAB guide your experience.

Watch sessions live or on-demand

Most of the programming for NAB Show Express is available online. There is a 24-hour broadcast across four channels. You can also choose to look through NAB’s on-demand library to watch past streams whenever you want. There’s also the option to join in on live discussions and training.

Three standalone events

NAB Show Express features three standalone events for training and executive leadership that have separate registrations available. These include NAB Show Executive Leadership Summit, Cybersecurity & Content Protection Summit, and Post|Production World Online. The latter will charge a fee for registration.

Exhibitor marketplace

You will be able to engage with the exhibitors who would have appeared at this year’s NAB Show before it was canceled. Also, you will be able to view new products, virtual events, collateral, and specials.

You can search exhibitors right now and keep checking back for new updates daily. There is also an option to register to favorite exhibitors and connect with company representatives.

Resource library

NAB Show Express offers a resource library as well. Here, partner organizations have contributed industry-related white papers, eBooks, guides and research reports. Additionally, you can download assets created by the National Association of Broadcasters for managing and covering COVID-19.


You can check out NAB Show Express at

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Sean Berry
Sean Berry
Sean Berry is Videomaker's managing editor.

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