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Orban Schedules 2014 Dates for Mobile Broadcast Laboratory
Scottsdale, AZ - Jan 6, 2014 - Orban is now scheduling stops for the Orban Mobile Broadcast Laboratory for 2014, as well as videoconferences with Orban Founder and VP of Engineering Bob Orban, and small/medium market teleconferences with Orban engineering experts.
North American Trade Shows 2014 include:
■ National Religious Broadcasters, Nashville, TN
■ National Association of Broadcasters, Las Vegas, NV
■ Texas Association of Broadcasters, Austin, TX
■ The Radio Show, Indianapolis, IN
■ Central Canadian Broadcast Engineers, Barrie, ON
■ Wisconsin Association of Broadcasters, Madison, WI
Markets already targeted for visits from Orban in 2014 include Buffalo/Rochester/Syracuse, NY; Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX; Detroit, MI; Los Angeles/San Diego, CA; Ottawa, ON; Phoenix, AZ; San Francisco, CA; Toronto, ON; and Washington, DC.
The Orban Mobile Broadcast Laboratory is a fully equipped mobile vehicle that has been converted to permit testing and demonstrations of Orban products, and to run comparisons with other products. The MBL stops at local broadcast stations and SBE meetings. The MBL also carries kiosk rack-mounted displays of Orban's entire product line.
Contact Orban Director of Media David Rusch at 480-403-8300 to arrange a tour stop.
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