Apr 16, 2010
It's Day 6 of the 2010 NAB Show in Las Vegas -- and the fourth day of the trade show. This is the sixth in our series of NAB Special Reports. I am very excited about this week's show because it is something we haven't done before. Because there is so much happening at NAB, we have created an extended 90-minute show this week, featuring highlights from our NAB coverage.
Today's show starts with Chris Brown, executive vice president for conventions and business operations for the National Association of Broadcasters, talking with us about this year's event.
Next, is Mark Randall, Chief Strategist for Creative Solutions, for Adobe Systems, talking about their new CS5 product line with over 250 new features.
Next, Jeff Brown, general Manager and Mark Priscaro, Senior Public Relations Manager of NVidia talk about NVidia's latest products. During our conversation we talk about their behind-the-scenes work with Adobe and explain the impact of their licensing dispute with Intel.
3D and stereoscopy are huge hot buttons this year. David Taylor, president of Cineform explains how much of the work needed to make stereo video look right is done in post, and how his latest tools can help.
Stuart Ashton, director for EMEA for Blackmagic Design, discusses their new products which, for the first time, feature external boxes, rather than plug-in cards.
Jan Crittenden, Product Line Business Manager for Panasonic stops by to talk about their latest cameras and announcements.
Throughout the show, we'll have analysis from our special correspondents here at the show: Philip Hodgetts, Ben King, Alexis Van Hurkman, Bruce Nazarian, and Michael Kammes.