The Aero-News Network (ANN), in a decade-long partnership with the Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA), is pleased to announce new programming initiatives and programs for the upcoming 2019 AEA Convention and Trade Show, to be held in Palm Springs, California, March 25-28, 2019, in what will be our record-setting 11th LIVE online programming initiative.
"As usual, ANN will be have some very exciting new programs at AEA this year, including pre-and post-show live features involving both the NPI sessions as well as additional live reporting from the floors and booths of the exhibit hall," said Jim Campbell, CEO, and Editor-in-chief of the Aero-News Network.
Primary live coverage will commence Monday, March 25th, with the webcasting of AEA’s pivotal New Product Introduction (NPI) series in which upwards of 30 avionics innovators will reveal new products and programs for a live audience. Show coverage will commence at 0830 Pacific Time and conclude at 1200 PT.
Two more days of informative live interviews, features, and special programming will start Tuesday, March 26th, at 1300PT with three hours of live interviews concentrating on the news and announcements shown at the previous day’s NPI. On Tuesday's show we will also have interviews with the outgoing AEA President, Paula Derks, as well as the incoming President, Mike Adamson.
On Wednesday, March 27th, the second live Interview program will commence at 1130PT with another three hours of live interviews. Wednesday's show will wrap up with one of our favorite interviewees, Ric Peri, AEA's Vice President of Government and Industry Affairs. You're not going to want to miss Ric's interview!
ANN is reaching out to AEA exhibitors and attendees for topic matter experts, news interview concepts and other ideas for the upcoming 7+ hours of LIVE AEA Interviews. Those with potential interview suggestions are urged to reach out to ANN, ASAP, by emailing email@example.com or by calling 863-299-8680 to see if they qualify for one of the few remaining slots still available. The programming roster is expected to be filled shortly.