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Witness yet another technological revolution at the Broadcast India show 2014

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MUMBAI: Saicom Trade Fairs & Exhibitions Pvt. Ltd. is pleased to announce that the Broadcast India Show 2014 will be held at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (E) in Mumbai, India on 15-17 October, 2014.

Along with the grand exhibition, Broadcast India Show 2014 will also be holding a Conference on 15-16 October, 2014 at the same venue.

The Broadcast India Show 2014 will once again be the platform from which the latest broadcast and film, pro-audio, video and radio, 3D and digital cinema, IPTV and Mobile TV, in their most futuristic shapes and forms will be on display. Technological mammoths from all corners of the world will return to the exhibition floor to demonstrate and discuss their creations, share their widened perspectives, and light fires underneath the trends that will come to define the future of technology as we wait to see it.

Some of the world’s leading manufacturers like Panasonic, Sony, Blackmagic Design, Imagine Communications, RED, Avid, Adobe, Canon, Grass Valley, ARRI, AJA, GoPro, Atomos, Datavideo, Boston, Wasp3D, Carl Zeiss, Shure, RCS, Harman and many more will be present at Broadcast India Show 2014.

One of the main highlights of the show this year is the REDucation Theatre, back for its second year after a successful stint last year. This time around, RED Digital Cinema has partnered with The New York Film Academy to offer an on-going series of workshop exploring the RED DRAGON 6K.

AJA Video Systems will showcase the groundbreaking CION camera. Panasonic will launch the much anticipated Varicam, the star of a wide range of products and innovations that will make Film and TV production significantly easier. 

The other attractions are the Great Britain Pavilion and the Production Village. The line-up of international exhibitors will be showcasing the state-of-the-art equipment and the cutting edge technology.

The show will be host to 35 participating countries and to over 550 companies, many of them exhibiting at the show for the very first time.

This is your once-in-a-year chance to visit Broadcast India show, so don’t miss out.

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