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#NABShow – Big Again

Our Technical Director Andrew Neale spent one whole day (the second day of the show, Tuesday) walking both halls of #NABShow in Las Vegas and I joined him for the last few hours of the Tuesday. The show was as usual huge; final attendance is said to be iro 82,650.

Was it just us, or was it because it was the second time around for us (we were at the show for the first time back in 2009) or did the show have a much better feel about it than last year?


All you can see is Harris - with cafe on the left

DOOH is practically non existent at the show and there is little digital signage. Harris Broadcasting had a huge booth, so huge in fact that seemingly it had a cafe in the middle of it and STRATACACHE had a small booth as usual.

NAB always seems to result in one of the smaller Christie Digital booths at any trade show where they exhibit but just to show that size is not everything this particular booth design gets a big thumbs up from us – one of the much better Christie booths we have seen (and mind you most of them are good).


Most folks may not have noticed but Christie showed off a lot of new MicroTile configurations and a lot of great new content.

Norwegian mobile interaction specialist never.no [4] were also exhibiting again – they also got a nice mention in the NAB Daily News(paper), page E10 of Tuesday’s News Extra edition had a great piece on Never.no’s interactivity suite for Music Choice.

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#1 Comment By Jon Perkins On 14 April 2010 @ 13:15 @593

NAB is a massive exhibition with a lot of different display technologies that are applicable to digital signage. Yet once again (seemingly typical of Daily DOOH) we have to read what amounts to a thinly disguised advert for Christie MicroTiles. Whilst I agree that as a product it has some interesting applications, it seems to receive a startlingly disproportionate degree of coverage on your publication compared to its profile in the market. Why is that?