Increased attendance, coupled with the generally positive economic outlook certainly added to the overall positive feelings on the exhibit floor.
A synopsis of the convention in new products shown on the floor and highlights of our daily photo blog. The Radio magazine Pick Hits, a tradition since 1985, are included.
15 products were chosen by the Radio magazine Pick Hits panel.
See video demonstrations of the top 15 new products from the 2011 NAB Show.
Even more new products from the convention, including the Editor's Picks.
2011 NAB show Photo Blog from Radio magazine
The project moved the student media labs across campus, relocated the offices of seven professors, created a new iMac lab with 22 stations, and built a server/network independent from campus fiber connections.
Securing sites fulfills objectives such as protecting the public from harm, deterring theft, protecting equipment and securing buildings.
Given the breadth of the Commission's call for comments, those that have information on the economic impact of LPFM stations should strongly consider filing comments.
Products and Technology
Chris Wygal reports that not only does Mikey complement recording technology, but now full-bandwidth audio can be captured, edited uploaded and transmitted live from a cellphone.
Barry Thomas finds the iRig Mic is a useful tool for getting good quality audio into an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
Before the day the riggers are on the tower looking down at you expecting an answer, consider just how to set a bearing angle in the field.
In one year, network radio increased its weekly reach among persons aged 12 and older by more than 3.5 million listeners.
A national Web poll shows an impressive trend in media usage and gadget acquisition.
The online headlines from the June 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
This month: Sam Lovato, Associate Professor, Colorado State University - Pueblo, Pueblo, CO
Links to the advertisers in the June 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
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