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NAB Show Presents Super Session on Future of Storytelling

The NAB Show organizers announced that they will present a Super Session titled “All-Star Session: Next Generation Storytelling” featuring cutting-edge demonstrations and a special 3D screening. The session takes place Tuesday, April 13 at the NAB Show in Las Vegas.

According to the statement, the “All-Star Session” is hosted by Phil McKinney, vice president and chief technology officer (CTO) of the Personal Systems Group at HP. Featured panelists are Ed Leonard, CTO of DreamWorks Animation; Kevin Lynch, CTO of Adobe; and Scott Dadich, Conde Nast creative director for WIRED.

These leading chief technologists and digital creatives in the entertainment, application and publishing industries will discuss the future of content creation, delivery and consumption as technology advancements rapidly change the possibilities for delivering news, information and entertainment.

Ed Leonard of DreamWorks will discuss the future of 3D movies, highlighting the session with a special advanced screening. Adobe’s Kevin Lynch will offer details of the future of storytelling across a wide range of tools and devices. Scott Dadich will unveil a breakthrough example of the traditional magazine transformed for a new, all-digital and converged experience.

“Fueled by a technology and content revolution, storytelling is undergoing a complete transformation,” McKinney said. “We’ll explore what the next generation of content creation, delivery and consumption will look like across many forms of media and devices.”

“We look forward to hearing from leaders in the craft of digital storytelling and experiencing some of today’s most cutting-edge content during this dynamic NAB Show Super Session,” said Chris Brown, NAB executive vice president, Conventions and Business Operations.

The session will also feature on-stage demonstrations of new technologies destined to impact media and entertainment, while discussions shed light on important changes to the existing production process.

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