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Coming in the March Issue of Radio magazine
We are already in full-NAB Show mode at Radio magazine! Here is an overview of what we have to offer to help YOU and your company have a successful NAB Show...
Print: March is our NAB Show Preview issue, April is the NAB Show issue and June is the NAB Show wrap-up issue. Radio magazine provides readers with full coverage of the industry's biggest trade show of the year. The March and April issues will be handed out to attendees at the show, so you'll get bonus visibility when you advertise in those two issues.
Extras: Our popular NAB Show map of the Radio Hall show floor is in the March issue. Print advertisers are highlighted on the map. Advertising opportunities are available in this pull-out map. Plus, you can have your company's logo around the map for a nominal price. Attendees use and carry these maps on the show floor to help guide them to your booth and create traffic for you. Plus, it's a great way to stand out at the show!
Must Sees at NAB: This e-blast launches one week prior to the NAB Show. Advertisers can purchase a position on this blast to highlight new equipment you'll show at the NAB Show. You get a product image and 100 words of copy. We will also list your contact information and your booth number!
Online: Our e-newsletter called The NAB Insider runs for five weeks prior to the NAB Show and one week after the show (as a wrap-up issue). The NAB Insider is the "go-to" e-newlsetter for readers who want the inside scoop on what will be exhibited at the show, what conferences are available to attendees and what's happening in Las Vegas. This e-newsletter goes out all of our opt-in subscribers from Radio magazine.
There is no better industry publication than Radio magazine to help you optimize your advertising dollar for the NAB Show. Let us help you get the best "bang for the buck" at the show. Call me early so we can ensure your participation in any of these NAB Show opportunities.
Our big convention preview is the March issue. The NAB Extra will be full of new products being unveiled at the convention. The Radio Hall map of the show floor along with the exhibitor directory helps readers find their way. And the session overview sheds light on what to find in the conference track. The preview starts online with our weekly NAB Show Insider email newsletter, which launches March 1.
Exhibitors: We need to hear from you! Tell us about the new products you'll show at the convention. Send the product description and high-resolution image to Erin Shipps (email@example.com) to be included.
Trends in Technology: On-Air Content Systems
It's the backbone of a station's content management system. We'll look at several current systems and discuss newer features as well as some of the more diverse applications.
Facility Showcase: WUIS Upgrades to IP
IP routing has been used for maximum flexibility at WUIS. The station also installed a second IP audio system at the Illinois Public Radio bureau in the State Capitol to conserve workspace while maintaining the function of a studio.
RF Engineering: Testing AM Antenna Systems
AM systems are a mystery to many, but with some insight they are easy to maintain. Jeremy Ruck steps through some of the traditional testing procedures.
Side by Side: IP Codecs
They're the new standard of any radio remote, and they have more features and connection options that ever before.
Materials Due: February 21
- Current Monthly Promotion
- 2014 Media Kit (Editorial Calendar, Advertising Rates, Print Ad Specifications, Print Mechanical Specs, Online Ad Specifications and more.)
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- Steven Bell
- International Sales
- Raffaella Calabrese
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Also in the March Issue
- The "And More" of Automation
- FCC Enforcement Items to Watch
- Testing AM Antennas
- New Products
- Field Report: Cloud Microphones Cloudlifter CL-1
- New Products at the 2014 NAB Show
- Side by Side: IP Codecs