Njål and I are going to NABShow 16-21 April in Las Vegas [1,2] to promote the timing object and the W3C Multi-device Timing CG. If you, or any of your colleagues, are attending NAB, please come by our booth in the Future Park .
The booth is hosted by EU FP7 project MediaScape . The invitation came as a result of demos at IBC 2015, where MediaScape project lead partner Vicomtech  showed flexible and tightly synced multi-device adaptation in regular Web browsers. The MediaScape project uses the Shared Motion approach to distributed timing and control in Web browsers, and has been central in pushing for standardization of the Timing Object through the Multi-device Timing CG initiative.
Vicomtech by Mikel Zorilla and Esther Novo will demonstrate the many fruits of the MediaScape approach, with a particular emphasis on multi-device adaptation, while Norut (Njål and I) will focus on distributed control and synchronization for IP-based services.
Also, if you are interested in discussing commercial opportunities implied by Web-based timing, you may set up a meet through our American partners, Glen Sakata  or Chris Lennon  at MediAnswers . They have a long track record within the american broadcasting industry, and a keen understanding of what opportunities the Timing Object & Shared Motion can offer to the industry.
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 Booth nr: SU16713 Booth name Vicomtech-IK4. Find the booth in this link, go to south hall (upper), in the right side there is the future park.