The Show is On. Stay Informed.


Creation & Production • Distribution & Monetization • Content & Consumption

Big picture. Bigger perspectives.

With 100+ sessions to choose from, the NAB Show Conference (formerly the Conference Flex Program) gives you access to thought-leading, unique and powerful industry insights, and the opportunity to build a session lineup that is most valuable to your educational journey.


Saturday, April 18 – Wednesday, 22, 2020

Open To:

NAB Show Conference Pass and the NAB Show Conference Session 3-Pack Holders

Conference Tracks

Featuring a number of content tracks on leading topics & conversations, the NAB Show Conference is built around a wide array of industry issues:

Conference Streams

Attendees can search by the track of their choice, or, new for 2020, attendees can curate their own cross-functional experience by searching for sessions built around the conference’s three core streams:

* BONUS: A ticket for the NAB Show Conference additionally grants you access to the Broadcast Engineering & IT Conference and Digital Futures.

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Education Partners & Tracks

Business of Media Track

Covering the media landscape across many delivery methods and platforms, the Business of Media track targets radio and television ownership and station management executives, as well as leaders from digital, cable and satellite companies. Sessions drill down into legal, policy, advertising, sales and marketing, and business development.

Produced in Partnership with

Content Strategies Track

Geared to entertainment and program executives involved in the development, distribution sales, licensing, acquisition and growth of content across platforms, the Content Strategies track explores challenges and opportunities specific to lucrative and growing vertical content markets including sports, travel and lifestyle programs, live events, esports and podcasting.

Produced in Partnership with

Content, Cable & Connectivity Track

As the entertainment and media ecosystem continues to thrive, with consumers exhibiting an insatiable desire for more and more content, the competitive environment for buying and selling the most desired content rights for multi-platform distribution has reached a fever pitch. Coupled with critical issues facing subscription TV, from cord-cutting to customer retention, to ad dollar competition, the connection between cable and content has never been bigger.

Produced in Partnership with

Creative Masters Track

Go behind the scenes with the creatives and crew responsible for today’s most innovative and popular feature films, TV series and streaming experiences. Learn how filmmakers and showrunners designed game changing looks on set, elicited nuanced performances, choreographed complex shots, and applied the latest technologies to create a masterpiece.

Produced in Partnership with

Future of Cinema Track

In today’s “always on” world, cinema is no longer confined to just a theatrical setting. With consumers seeking content via a myriad of distribution outlets, creators are working hard to maintain artistic intent in an ever-evolving landscape. But should that be the highest priority? The Future of Cinema track will explore this, and other thought-provoking questions as we examine the future of movie-making and the technologies that are driving tomorrow’s experiences.

Produced in Partnership with

Tomorrow’s Tech Track

Spotlighting cutting edge developments reshaping the creation, distribution and consumption of entertainment content, the Tomorrow’s Tech track brings together thought leaders and catalysts from the entertainment, consumer electronics, technology, and service industries for an insider’s look into the emerging technologies disrupting everything from the creative process to business models and consumer behavior.

Produced in Partnership with

Women Leading Change Track

We’re celebrating #WomenLeadingChange at NAB Show by partnering with top media organizations to showcase the creative women leaders fueling growth and innovation across the media, entertainment, and technology ecosystem to share success stories and innovative approaches to industry and diversity challenges.

Produced in Partnership with

Featured Speakers

Rob Greenlee

VP, Content and Partnerships

John Meier

Production Manager

Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live"
George Billinger SOC


Society of Camera Operators

93.5 The Mix

2020 Crystal Heritage Award Recipient
Stephen Blinick

VP, Software Development

Mike Zinsmeister

Chief Revenue Officer

David Emmerichs SOC

Camera/Steadicam Operator
Geert Verdickt

CEO & Creative Director

Director's Cut
Philip DeBevoise


Citizine Networks, Inc., the Travel Video Alliance and the Travel Video Awards (TVAs)
J.D. Crowley

Chief Digital Officer, Entercom

Digital Leadership Award Recipient

Post|Production World Online – Day 2 (May 18, 2020)

Monday, May 18, 2020 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Post|Production World Online – Day 3 (May 19, 2020)

Tuesday, May 19, 2020 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Post|Production World Online – Day 1 (May 17, 2020)

Sunday, May 17, 2020 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.

A Novel Approach for Global Distribution of Premium Video

Thursday, January 1, 1970 10:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.

BEIT Express Opening Session

Wednesday, May 13, 2020 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.

Highlights from Previous Years

Last Year’s Speakers Included:

Matthew Libatique – Birds of Prey, A Star is Born, Native Son, Straight Outta Compton

Jarl Mohn – NPR

Cecilia Vega – ABC News

Melanie McFarland –

Melissa Grego – Hollywood Radio & Television Society

Patrick Hinds – True Crime Obsessed

Cathy Hughes – Urban One, Inc.