2010 NAB Show
Powerful Convention Preview
You already know the NAB Show is big. There's so much to see and do that you might think you can only cover it all if you have super powers. Fear not, trusty convention chum, we have a better plan. There's no need for super speed when you plan ahead, and the tool you need for that is in your hands. With some advance planning, your time at the convention can be maximized for peak performance, and our convention preview will help you do that.
Standing out at the convention is the exhibit floor. Despite its size, this mighty array of products and services is easy to tame. A new twist this year is that the radio and audio exhibits are in the front of the Central Hall instead of the North Hall. We can help you navigate this new territory with our pull-out map of this portion of the Central Hall. But don't stop there, there are more radio and audio exhibitors sprinkled throughout the exhibits. Our condensed exhibitor list — also on the map — lists all the radio-relevant exhibitors.
Take note of our NAB Extra. This is a peak behind the mask of many new products you'll find being shown. We'll have some in the April issue as well. We'll also feature more in the NAB Insider e-mail newsletter coming to you every week before the show, starting March 9.
Finally, take note of the session timetable. All the radio-related presentations in the Broadcast Engineering Conference are listed, plus a few other sessions and events of note.
Use the combined strength of our convention preview to make the most of your 2010 NAB Show visit.
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