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The 2010 Radio Show -- A Monumental Event
A new location, a new show. The 2010 Radio Show has changed from previous years. Now a partnered effort between the Radio Advertising Bureau and the National Association of Broadcasters, the updated conference also makes a debut in our nation's capital.
Our convention preview highlights some of the products being discussed in the Marketplace - the new exhibit floor. This smaller area features table-top displays arranged mostly in squares. Without booths, it should make the space easier to find everything.
The engineering track for presentations has been modified as well. All the engineering sessions are set up as ask the expert panels. There will be no formal presentations, only open discussions. This allows you to directly ask questions on the topic rather than sit through a presentation first. See the rundown of engineering sessions The main conference sessions are a mix of panel discussions and presentations with a business and management focus, but there are some sessions with a technical theme.
Follow these links for more of our convention preview.
A look at some of the products you can expect to see at the 2010 Radio Show Marketplace.
Plan your days at The Radio Show with our session details.
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