PBS Technology Conference 2012

Apr 11-13, 2012 in Las Vegas, NV (United States)

The premier annual gathering for broadcast engineers, information technology and traffic professionals within public television.

This year’s PBS Technology Conference will take place at Caesars Palace from Wednesday, April 11 through Friday, April 13.

The PBS Technology Conference is the premier annual gathering for broadcast engineers, information technology and traffic professionals, as well as General Managers and senior executives within public television. The Conference serves as a forum for education, professional development, and exposure to new ideas and technologies, as well as a chance to network and visit with friends and colleagues.

The Conference presents in-depth sessions and panels on a wide range of topics and seeks to educate attendees about the latest developments in broadcast technology and how they impact public broadcasting.

PBS with its member stations is known as an industry leader in broadcast technology. It uses the format of the Technology Conference to offer tutorials, present case studies, introduce new technologies and products and generate forward thinking on how to address both the common and unique technical complexities faced at station facilities.

The PBS Technology Conference attracts hundreds of technology professionals and station management from 168 public broadcasting licensees around the country. A significant number of industry professionals also sponsor, present and exhibit at the conference.

Event Location

Caesars Palace

3570 Las Vegas Blvd S

Las Vegas, NV 89109

United States

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Additional Info

Event registration information can be found at http://www.pbstechconference.org/events/registration/

PBS and their member stations are America’s largest classroom, the nation’s largest stage for the arts and a trusted window to the world. In addition, PBS’s educational media helps prepare children for success in school and opens up the world to them in an age-appropriate way. http://www.pbs.org

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