From the 2011 NAB Show: The Editor's Picks

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Las Vegas - Apr 15, 2011 - The Radio magazine Pick Hits have been in place since 1985 to recognize new products at the NAB Show. The official rules limit how many products are chosen by the panel of radio engineers (not the editorial staff), but as the convention continues to grow, there can be hundreds of new products on the convention floor. The Pick Hits panel selects a worthy group of products, but there are often more worthy of recognition.

This year, Radio magazine has added the Editor's Picks from the convention. Editor Chriss Scherer identified a few more products that, like the Pick Hits, are a new product on the show floor, will be available within the calendar year (taking the manufacturer's word), priced affordably, and fit a real need in radio.

There are five Radio magazine Editor's Picks for the 2011 NAB Show:

  • Broadcast Electronics Crowd Control
  • DaySequerra Eclipse LBR4
  • Middle Atlantic Vision Frame
  • Radio Systems Platform
  • Wheatstone ip88ve

    Details on these products will be posted online at and published in the June issue of Radio magazine.

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