Posted by GatesAir
GatesAir, a global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for TV and radio, looks forward to the opening of NAB Show Express beginning tomorrow, where the company will present its latest news and educational content. The two-day online event promises a digital experience for industry professionals to explore the exhibitor marketplace, consume live and on-demand sessions, and access technical resources including white papers.
GatesAir’s “virtual booth” brings several many of the company’s most important messages that were planned for the 2020 NAB Show into one microsite. Most importantly, visitors will find links to the final two initial webinars from the ongoing GatesAir Connect: Virtual Events series:
- Business Implications for NextGen TV: Scheduled for today at 2pm ET and co-presented by GatesAir and NAB Show Express, this webinar featuries Rick Ducey, Managing Director of BIA Services and Sam Metheny, CTO of NAB exploring NextGen TV business models, services and ATSC 3.0 network rollouts.
- TV Network Planning: Gap Fillers/SFN Application and Design Guidelines: Scheduled for Thursday at 10am, GatesAir TV Systems Applications Engineer Steve Rossiter will review technical options, network planning tools and equipment selection criteria to ensure total market coverage and seamless viewer experiences.
GatesAir Connect: Virtual Events is a special program of webinars and online events to inform and engage attendees of cancelled and postponed industry events. The series launched on April 1 and runs through mid-May, with previous webinars available on-demand at gatesair.com/v-events. More details on the themes and content for each event are also provided, with additional events likely through 2020.
GatesAir’s NAB Show Express page additionally includes a mix of new product launch news and technical collateral, a “GatesAir Gallery” with video and visual content, and a presentation intended for the NAB Show Broadcast Engineering Conference called “Transmitter Power Amplifiers: Benefits of Size and Power Reduction.” The microsite provides basic information for all of the above, with direct links to each resource.