The next course will be held Aug. 3-5, 2010 in Atlanta.
Hotel room rates even at the peak times are cheaper than they were two and three years ago.
Howard Lance will discuss how the integration of government and commercial technologies can create cross-over applications that benefit both sectors.
It's believed that as the accumulated ice began to fall from the tower, the tower itself began to shake and brought itself down.
The April 13 session will discuss spectrum management, media ownership and developments in digital media.
Phil Hendrie, whose career also includes television and motion pictures, will demonstrate the role of radio as an entertainment platform.
It is believed that one of the guy wires for the 284' tower was cut.
The ruling establishes the procedures for stations to increase power levels by up to 10dB.
1,000 radios are to be distributed to the troubled nation.
This year's Ennes session will be held April 10, the Saturday before the exhibit floor opens.
The next course will be held Aug. 3-5, 2010, in Atlanta.
A lack of written procedures to steer interbureau activity has created confusion in the FCC's actions.
The FCC says the order clarifies that there is to be no unlicensed consumer use of the spectrum.
As part of the initiative, the NAB is working closely with the American Red Cross and the Ad Council to distribute critical earthquake relief information.
The FCC, FEMA, the NWS and the EOP have begun planning for a national EAS test, with subsequent tests to occur thereafter.
Established in 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards recognize radio stations for their year-round commitments to service to their communities.
The award was given to note the significant impact that the PPM has had on television audience measurement.
It appears that the test went well and was contained as expected.
A panel discussion will look at Armstrong's legacy, including insights from several who worked with him and others who keep his achievements in the public eye.
Create a 60-second video touting your interpretation of the term broader-caster and you could win a free trip to the NAB Show.
The three-minute test will use the Emergency Action Notification event code.
The workshop will focus on the current financial and economic conditions and marketplace factors affecting the media industry.
The test will be sent Jan. 6, 2010, at 10 a.m. Alaska Time.
The RMLC says the fee schedule is a temporary discount equal to 7 percent less than fees paid in 2009.
The workshop will focus on the current financial and economic conditions and marketplace factors affecting the media industry and how the FCC should take these into account as it conducts its review process.
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