InfoComm to Co-locate Event With NAB's CCW+SATCON in 2015

InfoComm Connections is a two-day trade show aimed at technology managers, in-house technical staff, institutional buyers and end-users.
Author:
Publish date:
Infocomm_Connections_Jan15_220.jpg

InfoComm to Co-locate Event With NAB's CCW+SATCON in 2015

Dec 26, 2014 12:07 PM

InfoComm International and the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has announced that their events, InfoComm Connections and Content Communications World (CCW) (+SATCON), will co-locate November 11-12 at the Javits Convention Center in New York. Together, the co-located events could eclipse 9,000 attendees, 375 exhibitors and 65,000 net square feet of exhibit space.

InfoComm Connections is a two-day trade show aimed at technology managers, in-house technical staff, institutional buyers and end-users. In addition to InfoComm University training, InfoComm Connections will feature partner group conference offerings in affordable, focused sessions. The first InfoComm Connections will be held in San Jose, Calif., March 4-5.

“Hosting our second installment of InfoComm Connections in New York City makes great sense, with so many major companies and institutions located nearby,” says David Labuskes, CTS, RCDD, executive director and CEO for InfoComm International.

“We look forward to working closely with NAB to capitalize on synergies with its CCW+SATCON show and harnessing the power of the convergence of AV, IT, information communications, broadcast, content creation, production, and satellite technologies to create two powerhouse days of programming and exhibits,” says Labuskes.

“Attendees and exhibitors alike have much to gain from the co-location of CCW+SATCON and InfoComm Connections in a single venue,” says NAB Executive Vice President of Conventions and Business Operations Chris Brown. “Combining our audiences under one roof broadens the community, providing value and opportunity unsurpassed by any event in the region.

Featured

Related

download (2).jpeg

Cynthia Wisehart on AVIXA

This month, the biggest industry news is InfoComm’s debut as AVIXA. It’s a large scale reimagining of the association (the trade shows will remain InfoComm. though in my particular imagination I can see how that too could change in time). First the initials. AV is for AV, IX is ...read more

INFO17_BestofShow_Audio-ProAVheader-1.jpg

InfoComm Best of Show Awards: 2017

Adder Technology // Adder CCS-PRO8 The CCS-PRO8 creates a single workspace from up to eight different computers, across eight (or more) different screens, all controlled via a single keyboard and mouse, improving desk ergonomics and user efficiency and accuracy. It features ...read more

pena.jpg

InfoComm TIDE Conference

InfoComm International’s new TIDE conference (Technology. Innovation. Design. Experience.), to be held for the first time at InfoComm 2017, will feature keynote speakers Matthew Luhn, one of the original story creators at Pixar, and virtual reality pioneer Nonny de la Peña. TIDE ...read more

Image placeholder title

InfoComm Best of Show Awards: 2016

1 Beyond // AutoTracker 2 IPThe 1 Beyond AutoTracker 2 IP is a PTZ camera with all the advantages of its predecessor, including compact design, two HD-SDI outputs (wide angle and PTZ), quiet motor, high-quality image sensor, 1080p output, 20x zoom, remote control from ...read more