Las Vegas is a place to experiment with building shapes and virtual realtiy, experts say at NAB
For years, film studios have adapted books and comics to the screen with wild success.
Advertisements and shows about traveling have moved away from just footage of beaches and cocktails one could find anywhere, to enlisting online personalities to broadcast experiences and draw bookings more organically.
People may begin to watch video on their home walls or windows rather than on their phones and tablets by 2025, a Nokia executive told attendees of the National Association of Broadcasting Show Monday.
In his talk Sunday at the National Association of Broadcasters Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, video-editing consultant Jeff Greenberg shared tips to get started in virtual reality.
Expect Facebook to starting showing you more videos and local news and events. That’s the strategy two employees of the social media giant explained Sunday at the National Association of Broadcasters Show in Las Vegas.