CHICAGO, April 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- INXPO will leverage the Dejero LIVE Platform at NAB Show 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. INXPO will deploy a fixed broadcast center in the South Hall Lower Lobby at NAB Show. The broadcast center will feature commentary and interviews with live webcasting into a "free to attend" virtual extension called INXPOLIVE.
The Dejero LIVE Platform enables INXPO to deploy roaming camera crews across areas of the NAB Show, to facilitate live interviews with exhibitors and attendees. "We're looking to transform the hybrid event experience," said Drew VanVooren, Co-Founder and President, INXPO. "Virtual attendees have always been able to view live video of key sessions, but with Dejero LIVE Platform, we bring the entirety of the event experience to the virtual audience. Wherever a camera crew roams, the virtual audience now sees," continued VanVooren.
"INXPO offers an exciting new experience for virtual NAB attendees," remarked Dan Mance, CEO of Dejero. "Using the portable Dejero LIVE Mobile Transmitter makes it easy to roam the trade show floor while transmitting live video. The INXPO and Dejero collaboration means more than ever before, online viewers will experience the action at NAB first-hand."
The hybrid event experience at INXPOLIVE will feature live video programming on April 11 and April 12. Users may register for INXPOLIVE at the following site:
INXPO is transforming the Web from pages and files to events and destinations, where people go to meet, learn and do business. We are the leading technology platform for virtual events and virtual business environments that connect, engage and educate audiences. We have delivered more than 1,000 successful virtual events and experiences for global customers, including American Marketing Association (AMA), Autodesk, Cisco, Freeman, George P. Johnson, HIMSS, PCMA, TechTarget, UBM and U.S. Department of State. We are headquartered in Chicago and on the Web. Visit us at www.INXPO.com and on Twitter at @INXPO.
Dejero, located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, introduces a new era in live television broadcasting through its award-winning portable wireless LIVE Platform. Innovative engineering from wireless experts combined with input from experienced broadcasters have produced the Dejero LIVE Platform. The revolutionary Platform gives greater mobility, including access to locations such as airports, high security areas, rooftop events and can even broadcast from a moving vehicle. Dejero expands broadcast newsgathering capabilities. For more information visit: www.dejero.com