NAB Cancels April Conference Amid Coronavirus Concerns
March 12, 2020
The event had been set for April 18 to April 22 in Las Vegas. It annually brings together traditional radio and TV broadcasters and related industries, content creators and equipment suppliers. In recent years, the nearly 100-year-old organization has moved to incorporate music- and video-streaming services, audiobooks and other new distribution platforms into its programming and exhibitors.
Read more at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/dbloom/2020/03/11/nab-cancels-april-conference-coronavirus-las-vegas-2020/#4b0538e14cee
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