It’s that time of the year again and the biggest thing in the diving trade calendar occurs – the DEMA Show! As the biggest and most important trade show in the global diving industry a lot of new products and services are launched during the 4 days of the show and we’ll be combing the floor to find the most interesting and exciting consumer news and products around freediving, scuba diving, spearfishing and the odd bit of technical diving during the course of the show that runs from 17th Nov 2009 to 20th Nov 2009 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV USA.
As always we rely on our friends and partners from other diving websites to help cover this truly massive show. DivePhotoGuide, Wetpixel will be bringing you the latest in underwater imaging news. will at the show and providing consumer diving news, and finally Scott Jones of DiveNewsWire and DiverWire will be providing trade news at DiveNewsWire and kindly powering our on our coverage site.
We’re Onsite – come and say hello!
If you happen to be at the show then why not swing by and say hello to the DB crew on booth #1116. We’ll try to have someone on the booth most of the time to take your questions, or if you have a product or service that you want reviewing. If no one is at the booth we’ll have a review/comment sheet on the booth for you to fill in.
We’re here to cover the show for you…
DEMA is always very exciting for both the trade and consumers. There is so much on display at one time that it is sometimes difficult to take it all in but we’ll certainly be out there walking the floor and trying to find out as much as possible so that you, our reader, can find out the latest and greatest.
If there is something specific you’d like to see covered drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop by our booth or the Press Room.
Video on YouTube
Last year we posted a number of short videos to YouTube as part of our coverage on the show floor. This year we’re expanding this with a larger number of cameras across the team. Expect a lot of video coverage this year. You can check our your YouTube Channel – deeperbluevideo.
Live updates via Twitter
We will continue our informal live updates direct from the show floor and after hours via Twitter, a real-time micro-blogging service. You be able to see the real-time feed by going to http://twitter.com/DeeperBlue or following us as @DeeperBlue on twitter itself.
You can also see all the people micro-blogging about DEMA by following #DEMA on Twitter Search.
Keep your eyes peeled to this page and our DEMA Show Coverage section at http://www.deeperblue.com/dema-show/
To link to the coverage, please use the following URL: http://www.deeperblue.com/dema-show/