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Belden Shows Media, Entertainment and Tech Pros How Cable and Connectivity Fit into the Digital Ecosystem at NAB 2019

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ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Belden Inc., a global leader in signal transmission solutions for mission-critical applications, is excited to showcase its award-winning, behind-the-scenes connectivity solutions – which bring media and entertainment technology to life – at NAB on April 8-11, 2019, in Las Vegas. Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, will be hosting Belden’s Connectivity Solutions with its booth SL106. Experts will be on hand to give in-person, live demonstrations and answer questions about how cable and connectivity fit into the digital ecosystem to support the creation, management, delivery and monetization of content on any platform. Build a robust, high density, flexible fiber cable plant with Belden’s new DCX Optical Distribution Fiber Product family.

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Friday, March 22


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Australia shares up, aided by financials and healthcare; NZ at record high

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Australia shares up, aided by financials and healthcare; NZ at record high. * Strong U.S. data, Wall St advance help Australian stocks (Updates to close). On Wednesday, the U.S. Federal Reserve surprised markets by abandoning all projections for rate hikes this year due to signs of softness in the U.S. economy. However, strong economic data from U.S. on Thursday boosted Wall Street and helped soothe nerves. "The markets are seeing the world slightly differently after the Fed meeting and this is not an Australian-centric move. This is a global equity move driven by what we've seen in U.S. stocks," said Chris Weston, head of research at Pepperstone brokerage.

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Thursday, March 21


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NDI Central Pavilion: Exhibitors Reveal 2019 NAB Plans (Part 1) - TvTechnology

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LEAWOOD, Kan.—NewTek once again has organized an NDI Central Pavilion for the NAB Show. For this year’s show, April 6-11 (exhibition floor April 8-11), in Las Vegas, at least 16 NDI partner companies have committed to participate. There, a slice of the tech community supporting NDI will be on hand demonstrating their products and discussing how they contribute to a vibrant NDI ecosystem. Used to create and manage tickers, L-Bars and full frame graphics, Chameleon NDI reads, ingests and manages multiple, diverse data feeds, such as news, weather, sports and social media. The browser-based solution provides a sophisticated and powerful link between real-time data and graphics for broadcast, streaming, digital signage, HTML5, online and mobile.

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Australia shares end flat, mining gains offset weak financials; NZ up

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Australia shares end flat, mining gains offset weak financials; NZ up. March 21 (Reuters) - Australian shares ended relatively flat on Thursday with strong gains in mining stocks offsetting losses in financials hit by the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to abandon further rate hikes in 2019. Paring losses just before the bell, the S&P/ASX 200 index rose 0.03 percent or 1.9 points to 6,167.2 at the close of trade. Financial stocks lost as much as 0.9 percent but pared losses to end 0.3 percent lower, tracking their U.S. peers.

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NAB To Keep Riverina & Riverina MIA Branches Open

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National Australia Bank announced today that it will keep NAB branches open that are located in regional and rural Australia until at least January 2021. Speaking during a visit to Albury, Group CEO Philip Chronican said NAB was extending its existing commitment of no branch closures in drought-affected areas to all regional and rural communities across Australia. NAB has 316 branches in regional and rural Australia, employing more than 1600 people. Closures planned for two branches, both located in regional cities that are home to multiple branch locations, are proposed to continue because of the advanced stage and significant investment in upgrading services in those cities. As part of its commitment to regional and rural Australia, NAB last year held community forums and meetings at 13 locations across the country to hear first-hand from customers what they wanted from their bank.

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Wednesday, March 20


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NAB 2019: MPAA, NAB Execs Highlight Cybersecurity & Content Protection Summit Program - Media & Entertainment Services Alliance

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• In the panel “Setting the Standards and Systems for Securing Media & Entertainment,” several industry association execs will share how their organizations — and how individual efforts — are playing a critical role in tackling increasingly challenging workflows and distribution models, providing a foundation for infrastructure security. • “Securing Next-Gen TV” sees Peter Van Peenen, technology consultant with Pearl TV, offering insight into the next-generation broadcast standard ATSC 3.0, and how broadcast engineers and business officers are working with the new standard to provide a more secure, accountable system for content owners and their distribution partners. • Kurt Fischer, director of content security for the MPAA, and COO of the industry-wide content security initiative, the Trusted Partner Network (TPN), will be joined by other heads of TPN for the presentation “Trusted Partner Network: Year One,” offering an update on the progress of the initiative — geared toward elevating the security standards of the film and television industry’s production and distribution supply chain — one year after it officially launched at NAB. Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, March 17, 2019 (Citadel Information Group)Important Security Updates Adobe Flash Player: more... How to Build a Cyber-Resilient Business (Raconteur)There is a well-known saying in cybersecurity: it� more... Report: Threat Intelligence Market to Hit $13B by 2025 (Innovation Enterprise)A new report forecasts steady growth in the threat more... What’s the Financial Cost of Cyberattacks to Business?

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NAB to keep regional branches open until 2021

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The National Australia Bank has announced it will not close any regional bank branches across Australia until at least January 2021. "The local NAB branch and the bankers we employ can play a key role in supporting communities and customers through change and this decision provides certainty that we will continue to be there for them." Financial Services Union figures showed that NAB closed more than 50 branches, mostly in regional communities, in the 18 months to March 2018. There are 101 regional rural NAB branches in NSW, 71 in Victoria, 83 in Queensland, 31 in Western Australia, 17 in South Australia, eight in Tasmania and five in the Northern Territory.

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NAB commits to keep rural branches open to 2021

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The National Australia Bank has announced it will not close any regional bank branches across Australia until at least January 2021. "We are proud of our heritage in regional and rural Australia and we want our customers to know that our priority is to serve them,” Mr Chronican said. "We also know that regional and rural Australia is undergoing significant change – and impacts like bank branch closures are difficult for communities. "The local NAB branch and the bankers we employ can play a key role in supporting communities and customers through change and this decision provides certainty that we will continue to be there for them.”. Financial Services Union figures showed that NAB closed more than 50 branches, mostly in regional communities, in the 18 months to March 2018. Finance Sector Union of Australia national secretary Julia Angrisano said the announcement was "a very good sign” for the future of branch workers and for regional townspeople. "The moratorium around closing drought affected branches was a solution the union proposed last year, this extension to all regional branches to 2021 is really good news,” Ms Angrisano said.

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NAB to keep bush branches open

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National Australia Bank will keep its 316 branches in rural and regional areas open until at least January 2021, extending its commitment not to close branches in drought-affected areas. The latest move in the turnaround plan of acting chief executive Phil Chronican comes after a consultation period that saw the bank conduct a series of community forums and meetings in country areas. This process was started last year under chairman Ken Henry and former chief executive Andrew Thorburn, who announced their resignations last month after the royal commission delivered a withering assessment of the bank’s culture. Former National Party leader and deputy prime minister John Anderson and Queensland educator Chris Sarra advised the bank on the process. “The local NAB branch and the bankers we employ can play a key role in supporting communities and customers through change and this decision provides certainty that we will continue to be there for them.”.

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Monday, March 18


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Videon Products at the 2019 NAB Show - Multichannel

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Offering superior functionality and image quality at a price point that puts it in a league of its own, the Videon VersaStreamer addresses specific applications within event streaming and pro AV markets. With these capabilities, the Videon systems are ideal for delay-sensitive video applications that demand low latency, as well as for high-volume streaming to limited numbers of viewers per stream, such as betting, auctions, security, or gaming. "Our VersaStreamer and EdgeCaster live streaming solutions are making their NAB Show debut, and we're confident their incomparable performance and extraordinarily low per-stream costs will resonate with attendees looking for better, more economical live streaming solutions. Visitors to our booth will have the chance to see firsthand how, thanks to Videon being an AWS Technology Partner, the award-winning EdgeCaster delivers content with latency of less than four seconds." Videon designs and manufactures 4K and HD streaming products that enable prosumers and professionals to move media from any source to any screen. While the company's live streaming systems enable simpler, more economical streaming of high-quality video, its modules and services help manufacturers bring their products to fruition.

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