The Markertek video team will be broadcasting on YouTube Live, Facebook Live and Twitter via Periscope... All broadcasts can be easily found under #markerteklive, #markerteknab & #nabshow hashtags.
Saugerties, New York (PRWEB) April 19, 2017
Markertek - the leading supplier to the broadcast industry - announced plans for several live broadcasts from its Central Hall booth (#C5349) at NAB this year. AJA Video, Decimator Design, Wohler, Radio Design Labs, Datavideo and Camplex are among the featured brands introducing new products from the show floor. Beginning on April 24th, 2017, the Markertek video team will be broadcasting on YouTube Live, Facebook Live and Twitter via Periscope. The technical backbone of the live feeds will be handled through a Roland V4 switcher with streaming handled by a Teradek Cube & Core system.
“This is the next evolution of the videos we have been shooting at NAB since 2008,” said Markertek’s Editorial Director John Kelley. “It’s a great way for our customers who cannot make the show to get an inside glimpse of the event and the newest technology being announced on the show floor. We will also be able to get immediate customer feedback as live viewers can ask questions about the products being presented.”
All broadcasts can be easily found under #markerteklive, #markerteknab & #nabshow hashtags.
The Markertek booth will also feature the smartphone of video processors, the Lynx greenMachine, as well as a host of 12G-SDI solutions including a new fiber extender from Camplex, Belden & Canare 12G BNC coax assemblies, and 24GHz patch solutions from Switchcraft.
Markertek, an employee owned company, is a highly specialized broadcast and pro-audio supply house serving the technical side of the media industry with over 65,000 unique solutions at reasonable prices - supported with dependable advice from actual pro-audio and video professionals. The Markertek catalog has achieved cult status among digital media professionals as the ultimate design tool for creating the electronic infrastructure required to produce the majority of primetime television shows, feature films, commercials and chart-topping music hits, as well as all other areas in the audio and video industry. Follow Markertek on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.