NAB Attendance For 2019 NAB SHOW Slightly Reduced

The National Association of Broadcasters announced preliminary registered attendance of 91,460 for the 2019 NAB Show, the world’s largest annual convention encompassing the convergence of media, entertainment and technology.
"Once again, NAB Show was the premier showcase for the latest advancements that are reshaping the world of media, entertainment and technology," said NAB Executive Vice President of Communications Dennis Wharton. "We thank our exhibitors, program partners and speakers for making NAB Show a must-attend event for content creators, producers and distributors from around the world."

  • TOTAL REGISTERED ATTENDEES: 91,460
  • INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEES: 24,096
  • COUNTRIES REPRESENTED: 160
  • The 2018 NAB Show final attendance was 92,912.

International attendance figures are included in the overall registration number. All numbers are based on pre-show and onsite registration and subject to an ongoing audit.

NAB:Review - As of today we feature 74 companies / 104 product introductions. This list is continously  updated until the end of April.

AJA  -  Aveco  -  Aviwest  -  Axon  -  Barnfind  -  Blackmsgicdesign  -  BoxxTV  -  Brainstorm  -  Bridge Technologies  -  Broadcast Pix  -  Calrec  -  Cartoni  -  ChyronHego  -  Cinegy  -  Cobalt  -  DPS  -  CyanView   -  datavideo  -  Dejero  -  DirectOut  -  EVS  -  Evertz  -  Fingerworks  -  FOR-A  -  Grass Valley  -  Globrcast  -  G&D  -  Ihse  -  Intinor  -  Lawo  -  LiveU  -  Lynx Technik  -  Neumann  -   Marshall Electronics  -  MAT  -  Media Links  -  Mediaproxy  -  Mobile Viewpoint  -  MultyDyne -  PAGlink  -  Panasonic  -  Phabrix  -  Pixel Power  -  Reckeen  -  Renewed Vision  -  Merging Technoligies  -  Vislink  -  Robycam  -  Ross Video   -  Simplylive  -  MOG  -  Sennheiser  -  Slomo.tv  -  Sony  -  SRT  -  SSL  -  TAG V.S.  -  Tektronix  -  The Switch  -  TSL  -  TV Logic  -  TVU  - Vislink  -  Vitec


The link "NAB2019" will always show you the actual list of featured companies and events in alphabetical order.