Workshops Offer In-Depth Sessions on Presenting Topics

Putting the spotlight on the latest industry trends or providing a deep-dive on a specific topic, these one- and two-day workshops offer unique knowledge-building opportunities and time to spend on the show floor.

AM Radio Boot Camp

Monday, April 13

The AM Boot Camp presented by NAB Labs is designed for broadcast professionals who need an overview of AM transmission, the peculiarities of AM, and how to ensure proper operations and coverage. This program will address the most important elements of an AM transmission facility and offer advice on when you need to call in the experts to solve RF-related problems.


Digital Strategies Exchange for Television

Tuesday–Wednesday, April 14–15

Digital Strategies Exchange for Television (DSX4t) is a two-day program within the Broadcast Management Conference covering issues of importance to TV managers who are moving their operations into the digital space.

High-level presentations will include the value of digital partnerships, social strategies, and multiplatform monetization ideas, including TV Everywhere. The workshop also will focus on the use of aerial robotics in broadcast, cybersecurity and programmatic options.


Digital Strategies Exchange for Radio

Wednesday, April 15

Digital Strategies Exchange for Radio (DSX4r), presented by NAB Labs, is a one-day program within the Broadcast Management Conference that focuses on the many new technologies affecting radio broadcasting today, and provides recommendations for non-technical managers on how to best leverage them to local radio’s advantage.


Media Technologies for Military and Government

Wednesday, April 15

This curated experience provides access to training sessions relevant to military and government personnel who are tasked with acquiring and moving media assets. Keynote speaker will be Lieutenant General Raymond Palumbo, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Intelligence) for Warfighter Support.  The day-long event wraps up with a special two-hour training session: Digital Media Production Tools for Forensic Discovery and Court Room Evidence.  All-day access to this event is free for direct employees of U.S. Military and Government Agencies – a valid agency ID is required for free access.


RF Boot Camp

Wednesday, April 15

This one-day boot camp presented by NAB Labs within the Broadcast Engineering Conference offers basic knowledge regarding the operations of a broadcast radio or television RF plant. The program will cover the distribution of program and data content from the studio to the RF transmission points.


Television News Director Seminar

Wednesday, April 15

Today’s television news director must be a social media guru, a field technologist and a Gen-Y expert. Join us for a day-long deep dive into the issues facing news directors, with peers who have learned how to cope with this changing landscape. News and broadcast organizations BEA, IRE, RTDNA, and SPJ have joined forces to present multiple perspectives on the most pressing topics of the day. TVNewsChecks’ Harry Jessell serves as the moderator for keynoter Bart Feder, SVP of News, Tribune Broadcasting.


Driving Your Business With Data: Google Analytics for Audience and Advertiser Growth

Wednesday, April 15

Does your organization know they need to be exploiting the power of data and analytics to measure audience and advertiser success? Feel like you’ve just scratched the surface understanding how to navigate Google Analytics and gain consensus across your company?

This workshop will provide training for those intermediate users of Google Analytics who want to understand how to better leverage the power of data to drive results in your organization. The session will take a look at best practices and give you a chance to see what your peers are doing so you can leave with actionable ideas. Space is limited. Ticketed event.