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NAB 2020: TVU Networks Withdraws At-Show Participation

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NAB.logo.1TVU Networks, the global technology and innovation leader in live IP solutions and Technology, and Engineering Emmy Award winner, has announced that the company will not exhibit at the 2020 NAB Show next month in Las Vegas, citing concerns over the health and safety of employees, colleagues and their friends and family in light of the coronavirus outbreak.

Working with NAB organizers, TVU will explore alternatives to physical participation, including using digital technologies to reach customers, partners and colleagues who may or may not be attending the annual conference in person.

“While we will miss being there in person to meet with our colleagues from all over the world at this key industry event, we’re prioritizing the well-being of our staff, colleagues, and their families at this very critical time,” said Paul Shen, CEO, TVU Networks. “We did not make this decision lightly and came to this conclusion after considerable and lengthy deliberation. It is one of a series of steps we’re taking as a company on behalf of our staff and colleagues. TVU has been an ardent supporter of the NAB Show, and we will continue to participate in the future. Although we will not physically be in Las Vegas, we are exploring with the NAB alternative ways to share the news and demonstrations we planned for the April show.”

TVU.logo.1For more information please visit www.tvunetworks.com

 

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