Did NAB 2015 Change Your Opinions About the Broadcast and Media Technology Industry?

Posted by Joe Zaller
Apr 22 2015

Depending on your perspective, the 2015 NAB Show may be remembered as a pivotal moment in the evolution of the media technology industry.BBS Logo

Whether you travelled to Las Vegas for the 2015 NAB Show or read about it in the trade press, it’s hard to disagree that the pace of change in the industry is accelerating rapidly.

There were a huge number announcements before and during the NAB Show. If you’re like us, you may be reviewing them in an attempt to separate hype from reality, while working to distill what you’ve seen and heard into an actionable strategy that moves your business forward.

 

Share your opinions on broadcast & media technology

Coming out of NAB 2015, you probably have a lot of opinions about trends, technology deployments, or the products and brands of media industry vendors; and we’d like to hear them.

You can share your thoughts by participating in Devoncroft’s 2015 Big Broadcast Survey (BBS), the largest and most comprehensive annual study of the broadcast and media technology industry.

 

Click here to register for the 2015 Big Broadcast Survey.

 

Once you complete the short registration process (necessary in an age of web-crawling spam bots), we’ll send you a link to participate in the 2015 BBS.

When you complete the 2015 BBS (which should take about 20 minutes), we’ll send you a recently published 60 page analysis of the media technology industry, including a snapshot of some of the most important trends and announcements from the 2015 NAB Show.

 

There are a million surveys… Why bother with this one?

In an age when cheap web-based tools allow anyone with $20 to do an online survey, the Big Broadcast Survey stands the test of time as a critical tool for media technology strategists.

The BBS takes a scientific approach that provides independent third-party validation a wide range of important topics. It allows both buyers and suppliers of media technology to benchmark themselves against their peers on a global basis.

That’s why technology vendors, broadcasters, service providers, and finance professionals rely on the BBS as one of the most important reference tools for the media technology industry.

That’s why there was a standing-room only crowd last week in Las Vegas when we shared some of the insights from the BBS as part of the fourth annual “Shifting Media Economics: Impact on Strategy, Finance, and Technology” event, which is now part of the NAB Show’s 2015 Media Finance and Investor Conference track.

Devoncroft 2015 NAB Show View of Crowd from PodiumView from the podium at during a break in the action at “Shifting Media Economics: Impact on Strategy, Finance, and Technology” at the 2015 NAB Show… due to the large crowd, the back wall had a be removed

 

 

We know your time is valuable, so when you complete the 2015 Big Broadcast Survey will receive:

  • A newly published 60 page analysis of the media technology industry, including a snapshot of some of the most important trends and announcements from the 2015 NAB Show

 

  • An 85-page summary of Devoncroft’s most recent global study of the market (as soon as you complete the survey)

 

  • A 50+ page summary of the 2015 survey results, as soon as it is available

 

  • One or more entries into a random drawing for a chance to win 1 of 5 prizes (Your choice of a DJI Phantom Aerial UAV Drone Quadcopter and GoPro HERO4 BLACK; OR iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi 128GB; OR US$750Marriott/ Ritz Carlton worldwide hotel voucher)

 

  • The opportunity to receive on going market intelligence about the latest industry trends and technologies from Devoncroft Partners

 

Click here to register for the 2015 Big Broadcast Survey.

 

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