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NAB Show Here We Come!
When you get the NAB Show, what will you be looking for? Do you center your trip around the exhibits? Are the sessions your main focus? Do you try strike a balance between the two? Do you end up trying to do more than is humanly possible the first day? We can help. As you have come to expect from Radio magazine, this issue has lots of information about the convention: new products being shown, a rundown of the Broadcast Engineering Conference sessions, and a pullout map of the radio and audio exhibits in the Central Hall.
Even if you spend the entire week in Las Vegas, time is precious. Before you leave for Las Vegas, plot a course to make the most of your time. The NAB Show is a concentrated dose of radio broadcast and media technology. You can’t see it all, but you can certainly see a lot. That’s where our NAB Show preview can help.
See you in Las Vegas.
- - Chriss Scherer, editor
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