Don't miss out on NAB Show New York 2018! [Sponsored]

Written by RedShark News Staff

NAB Show New York

NAB Show New York has fast become one of the go-to events of the East Coast filmmakers’ and content-creators’ year. This years show takes place on the 17th and 18th of October and there's limited time to get your free passes.

The 2018 NAB Show New York will be home to 300 exhibitors over the two days, including industry leading companies such as Arri, Blackmagic Design, and Grass Valley. It's also your chance to join on field and training workshops in subjects such as UAV cinematography, cinematic lighting techniques with minimal crew, and corporate video production techniques lead by veteran industry experts.

NAB Show New York features 6 separate attractions and pavilions and 5 on-floor education areas, including the  Post | Production Campus with 30-minute sessions run by certified experts, and hands on demos of the latest post production tools.

Over 50 educational sessions are on offer ranging in subject from creating your first After Effects promo, getting started in DaVinci Resolve, monetizing your video, and much, much more. From the latest tech advancements and AI developments through to content strategies and live events, there will be a session to suit people from all aspects of production and media distribution.

NAB Show New York is your chance to network with the people who matter, to learn the latest trends in production, post production, broadcasting, and film production. It's also your chance to see up close some of the latest production technology, and to talk to the companies directly.

RedShark will of course be attending the event, so feel free to come up to us and have a chat!

Free Core Packages to the Show are available, but time is running out, so head on over to the NAB Show New York site to register now.

Don’t miss out!

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