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2010 Product Source
The 2010 Product Source
We know you're looking for new product information, and the annual Product Source from Radio magazine is a great way to learn about the latest offerings. With scores of products in this year's edition, this year's Product Source is a valuable tool you can reference for months to come. Each listing offers a detailed description of the product or service and the company's contact information, and most feature a photo.
All this information is also posted at RadioMagOnline.com, and it's indexed alphabetically, so you can reference it online as well.
Many of the products featured in this year's Product Source debuted at the 2010 NAB Show. We have also included a recap of the Radio magazine 2010 Pick Hit award recipients that were announced at the convention and profiled in the June issue. In addition, we have included some special sections of products with a related focus.
There is one change from previous editions of the Product Source: This one is the same size as our regular issue. While the double-sized pages of previous editions set the supplement apart from our regular issue, this traditional size is easier to carry and keep on your shelf for future reference.
This supplement will be distributed at the upcoming Radio Show and the 129th AES convention. We hope to see you at one of these conventions.
Thanks for reading the 2010 Product Source.
Product Source Index
Many of the products featured in this year's Product Source debuted at the 2010 NAB Show.
Looking for new technology? Look to the 2010 Product Source from Radio magazine.
The 15 top new products of the 2010 NAB Show as selected by the Pick Hits panel of radio engineers.
Handy devices for field production and remotes.
When the work takes you outside the studio, look to these products to make the work easier.
Services, software and technology for the infrastructure.
Some desktop and computer references to help you with your job.
Links to the advertisers in the 2010 Product Source issue of Radio magazine.
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