(Irvine, California--April 4, 2013) Teradek, an innovator of wireless video devices, will be hosting a live broadcast from the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show from April 8-11, 2013. The live show, in partnership with Streaming Media, TV Bay, Planet 5D, and News Shooter, will bring together several major industry influencers such as Sony, Blackmagic Design, Philip Bloom, and others for panel interviews, new product demonstrations, and roundtable discussions about the latest technologies announced at NAB. This year's show will be hosted online by Ustream, the world’s most popular live streaming platform.
"Our annual 'Best of NAB' live show is really going to wow online audiences," said Nicol Verheem, CEO of Teradek. "We decided to take a different approach to the show this time around by inviting a number of media outlets to help us tailor content to their respective audiences. Doing this allows us to share a variety of perspectives on the latest technologies and products from every corner of NAB. You won't find a more comprehensive and engaging live show this year than what will come from our highly polished production."
To make the “Best of NAB” show possible, Teradek will utilize their new VidiU encoder to broadcast the high definition feed to the Web. Other Teradek devices, such as the Cube encoder, Bond transmitter, and latency-free Bolt system will also be used throughout the production.
The live broadcast will take place in Central Hall at booth C9939 and will be hosted online at http://www.teradek.com/nab2013
Teradek is an innovator of wireless video devices and platforms that facilitate creative acquisition and live event broadcasting in full HD. Teradek's H.264 encoders, bonding devices, and latency-free transmission systems are used throughout many industries for aerial video capture, live ENG backhaul, real-time monitoring, proxy recording and webcasting. For complex wireless workflows, Teradek's cloud-based workflow management platform provides a powerful option for remotely managing a fleet of Teradek devices in real-time. All Teradek devices are designed and manufactured in the USA. For more information, visit http://www.teradek.com/.Twitter: