Previewing the 2016 NAB Show – Set Design
As the broadcast world prepares to converge on Las Vegas for the annual National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show, we look ahead at some of the exhibitor booths to visit and technology to check out.
All week, NewscastStudio will be at the show, providing recaps from some of the top announcements and looking for the most unique technology creative services professionals will care about in the year ahead.
We start our preview of the NAB Show with set design, our long standing core subject area at NewscastStudio.
While the days of NAB and RTDNA sharing the spotlight are long gone, many set design firms still attend the annual event, showcasing their latest work along with new technology we’re sure to see on local stations in the year ahead.
Set Designers you should visit in Vegas:
Devlin Design Group
Central Hall – C1311 – Devlin Design Group will feature its “designer direct” approach to set design along with its latest work, such as WSB-TV and KDKA-TV, at its booth in Central Hall. Learn more
Erector Sets, Inc.
Central Hall – C6646 – Erector Sets is helping visitors understand the challenging process of upgrading a news set, along with information on putting the right team in place for the project. Learn More
FX Design Group
South Hall (Lower) – SL1210 – FX Design Group will be exhibiting with ChyronHego and Hybrid, showcasing the latest in augmented reality and virtual set design. Learn More
Park Place Studio
Park Place Studio has partnered with DeSisti USA for the NAB Show, highlighting the recent relaunch of KLAS-TV for Nexstar. PPS is offering tours of KLAS-TV, with transportation provided. For more information, email: email@example.com
Peter Provost of Provost Studio is accepting meetings during the NAB Show, helping walk potential clients through the design process and helping them see how unique broadcast design can lead to revenue growth. Learn More
Next up, we’ll highlight studio technology vendors in Vegas, as monitor walls and touchscreens continue to drive set design trends across the country.