2013 NAB Show Preview
The NAB Show is our largest broadcasting event of the year, and it continues to grow. But it's not just broadcasting; It's become the electronic media gathering. There's so much to see at the convention -- HD Radio, streaming, handheld devices and apps, crowdsourcing, RDS, IP everything -- your attention is pulled in multiple directions.
The show floor is only part of the experience. The Broadcast Engineering Conference has topics that cover every aspect of radio. And there's more to be learned in sessions in other conferences.
All this said, to make the best of your time at the convention, you must plan ahead. And that doesn't mean browsing some info on the plane before you land. That's why we put our convention preview together in the March issue.
Our preview of new products gives some insight as to the new technology you'll see on the exhibit floor. And we continue to receive more new product info after this issues is printed, so be sure to also look for our NAB Insider email newsletter.
As you discover what you want to see on the floor, plot your course quickly on the Radio Hall map.
And take in a session or two or more. The Broadcast Engineering Conference radio session overview gives you a quick scan of what's being presented.
See you in Las Vegas.
- - Chriss Scherer, editor
New Products at the Convention
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Telephone talkshow system
Bird Technologies Group 7020 Series
Remote control meter interface
AES/EBU detector switcher
DSP-based radio receiver
LED-based medium intensity red beacon
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