NAB2007 Adds Radio/Audio Hall Presentation Stage

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Las Vegas - Feb 1, 2007 - As the plans for NAB2007 are unveiled, one notable change is the layout in the North Hall. For several years, the east end of the North Hall has been considered the Radio/Audio Hall, with the west end being used for a variety interests in addition to audio and radio. This year, the west end of the North Hall will host the majority of the audio/radio exhibitors with additional media interests being added to the radio/audio them toward the east end.

The main registration area will be in the North Hall this year, and another notable addition is a presentation stage on the convention floor. The stage will occupy booth space 6330. Several presentations are already scheduled, and the first one to be announced will be provided by Broadcast Electronics.

The BE presentations will be given on April 17 from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and April 18 from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. The presentation is titled Where HD Radio Meets Creativity, Revenue and Technology. The presentation will discuss methods and business models for increasing listener numbers, generating new sponsorships on the Web and on the air, and creating a rich listener experience based on multi-platform opportunities.

Details of additional presentations will be announced in the weeks leading to the convention.

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