Media tech companies are part of a UK group of 37 companies exhibiting at the Las Vegas show


Eleven British companies are exhibiting at NAB for the first time this year.

They are part of a UK group of 37 companies who are exhibiting at the Las Vegas media technology show (8-11 April). The UK group is managed by Tradefair on behalf of techUK and is supported by the Department for International Trade (DIT).

The eleven newcomers are receiving a grant from the Tradeshow Access Programme (TAP).

Nine can be found on the UK Pavilion in the south lower hall. They represent a broad range of specialisations, including digital microwave links Boxx TV, virtualised playout solutions Cosmos Technology Broadcast Systems, consumer apps Covatic, newsgathering technology Krzana, sports broadcasting M2A Media, interactive broadcasting, digital encoders RioVideo, IP communications technologies Vortex Communications and specialist recruitment services Christy Media Solutions.

In the central hall is Cleanfeed demonstrating live audio in high definiton and in north hallis realtime playout and content preparation solutions

Mark Birchall, managing director of Tradefair said: “They are exhibiting alongside other UK companies who are returning to NAB, looking to build on the strong relationships they make with buyers from around the world.” Tradefair provides the practical organisation for the venture, including logistics and managing the pavilion.

The complete list of the UK group companies exhibiting at NAB 2019 are:

Boxx TV, CatDV (Square Box Systems), Christy Media Solutions, Cleanfeed,, Cosmos Technology Broadcast Systems, Covatic, Emotion Systems, FocalPoint Server, GB Labs, Hitomi, Imagen, InSync Technology, IPV, Krzana, Lund Halsey, M2A Media, Mellanox Technologies,, Object Matrix, Open Broadcast, Ortana Media Group, Pixit Media, Quicklink, Reflecmedia, RioVideo, Root6, RT Software, Starfish Technologies, SYMPLY, a Global Distribution brand, Three Media Associates, Trint, Tripleplay, V-Nova, Vortex Communications, Yospace, and Zoo Digital.