Interested in identifying overseas partners? Want to sell your content, products or services overseas? Interested in market insight and on-the-ground resources? Looking for assistance in following up with leads from the international trade shows?
The U.S Commercial Service (CS) Global Publishing, Media & Entertainment Team provides export assistance to the publishing, entertainment and printing industries. Through our services, we can help:
We are the industry’s federal government export resource. Our team of domestic and international trade specialists are located in our Export Assistance Centers in the United States and in U.S. Embassies overseas.
|2015 NAB Show -- Audio/Visual Eq., Consumer Electronics, Computer Software, Electronic Commerce, Electronic Components, Films/Videos, Printing/Graphic Arts Eq., Photographic Eq., Telecommunications Eq., Telecommunications Services|
The 2015 NAB Show will be the 92nd consecutive NAB convention. NAB Show, held annually in Las Vegas, is the world's largest and most important media and entertainment event covering content creation, management and delivery across all platforms and mediums. With over 93,000 Attendees representing 156 countries, more than 1,550 Exhibitors and 500 educational sessions, NAB Show is the ultimate marketplace for media and entertainment.
NAB Show attracts a broad cross-section of professionals from all areas of the media and entertainment industries and supports their business needs through comprehensive exhibits, networking events and extensive education programs covering engineering, production, post-production, management, sales, marketing, policy, regulation, and emerging technologies.
No other event combines the breadth and depth of educational opportunities, the number and caliber of exhibitors, and the professional networking events that each NAB Show offers. It is the world's single most comprehensive annual trade event for the media and entertainment industry.
|Kyle Smith, National Association of Broadcasters|
|Margaret Cassilly, National Association of Broadcasters|
|Tony Pu, Philadelphia|
International Trade Specialist