NAB Show moves from April to October in 2021

National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) President and CEO Gordon Smith today has announced that the 2021 NAB Show is moving to October and will co-locate with the 2021 Radio Show.

Concern about the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic over the next six-months and a reluctance around participating in large events for the first half of the coming year is behind the decision to move the event.
Smith says, “We have worked diligently over the last few weeks and months monitoring a range of variables, including health and safety concerns, economic indicators, industry developments and travel restrictions, to gain an understanding of overall trends and future conditions for holding a major event in 2021. We have also reached out extensively to the show community to collect feedback.
“The pandemic remains a significant threat and the evidence suggests it will be well into next year before it could be under control in the U.S. We also have our own concerns around being able to deliver the type of event in April that will not only drive results, but one that can be produced safely for all involved and without significant limitations on the experience.”
The 2021 NAB Show was previously scheduled for April 11–14, and will now move to October 9–13, 2021 in Las Vegas.






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