NAB 2018 has a Podcasting Pavilion

NAB Show is an annual trade show produced by the National Association of Broadcasters. This year’s show will take place on April 7-12, 2018, in the Las Vegas Convention Center. NAB 2018 has a Podcasting Pavilion.

The existence of a Podcasting Pavilion at NAB is exciting! It indicates that podcasting is being recognized as part of the broadcasting industry. This not only shows that podcasting could create a revenue stream for an individual or a company, but also that a career involving podcasting can be a legitimate profession – on the same level as radio and television.

A manifest of companies providing podcasters with the tools to create and commercialize audio content. Whether you have an established podcast and are looking to improve audio quality or listenership, or looking to start your own podcast, you’ll find everything you need here.

The NAB Podcasting Pavilion will house an Ask the Expert Area, powered by the Podcast Engineering School, where attendees can gain professional insight on audio production, content, marketing, audience growth, and monetization.

The list of exhibitors that NAB attendees will see in the Podcasting Pavilion include:

  • Airbroad
  • Blubrry Podcasting-pavilion
  • CoreCodec, Inc.
  • Libsyn
  • Podbean
  • Stream Station, Inc.
  • TuneVu
  • VoxNest
  • Zype

The Podcasting Pavilion will be in the South Upper Hall. It has All-Badge Access. There is a conference, and an attraction, that feature podcasting.

The conference is called “Content Strategies for Podcasting”. It is open to Flex, 3-Pack and 6-Pack Pass Holders. This program spotlights the expanding podcast medium, which is fueling revenue streams and rabid fan engagement. Explore various content creation, distribution and promotion opportunities in the fast-growing podcast market.

The attraction is the M.E.T. 360 Studio. It is a new addition to the “NAB Show Live” and is built with an IP infrastructure running the latest audio, video, and streaming technologies. It has All-Badge Access.

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