from a National Association of Broadcasters press release

WASHINGTON, DC – NAB today announced that its newest event, the NAB Post+ Production Show, will be re-branded as NAB New York for its upcoming second edition. NAB New York’s sub-theme will be Content Creation+ to convey the increased scope of the event, which will cover the professional audio and video content creation process from pre-production, acquisition and capture to post-production and content management.

“The NAB New York re-branding signals that NAB is refocusing and stepping up its efforts in support of offering an event of this breadth on the East Coast and in the Northeast,” said NAB Senior Vice President, Conventions and Expositions Chris Brown. “New York is a key hub for news, sports and advertising production and also has strong corporate, government and education markets. Following our successful launch last year, we’re confident that the re-branded NAB New York will become a must-attend event for top audio and video content professionals all along the East Coast.”

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NAB New York, developed to complement and build on the highly successful NAB Post|Production World Conference, held at NAB’s spring convention, capitalizes on the partnership between NAB and Future Media Concepts (FMC). It is targeted to the New York and the East Coast audience and will train digital artists in cutting-edge production and post-production techniques and showcase the latest content creation technologies. For more information, go to www.nabnewyork.com.

Future Media Concepts, Inc. is the nation’s premier digital media training center offering classroom as well as on-site training nationwide. FMC is a leading producer of large-scale digital media conferences and expos. More information about FMC can be found at www.FMCtraining.com.

The National Association of Broadcasters is a trade association that advocates on behalf of more than 8,300 free, local radio and television stations and also broadcast networks before Congress, the Federal Communications Commission and the Courts. Information about NAB can be found at www.nab.org.

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