Bryan Lamkin, the senior vice president of Adobe’s graphics business unit, will today deliver a NAB 2002 keynote speech entitled “Creating content for anyone, anywhere, on any device” .

He will discuss the technical advances that enable the delivery of rich content to a multitude of devices. Joining Lamkin in the discussion will be executives from Sonic Solutions, Nokia, and interactive multimedia arts firm Belief.

“The increasing popularity of NAB illustrates the exploding growth opportunity in this market,” said Lamkin. Adobe hopes to use the keynote speech to discuss its integrated suite of video-editing solutions, including After Effects 5.5, GoLive 6.0, LiveMotion 2.0, Illustrator 10, and Photoshop 7.0.

The company will also announce its After Effects 5.5 Plug-in Power Pack at the show. This includes 16 new effects for After Effects.