An introduction to the best gear reference you will find


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How do you find the gear you need? With more than 150 products, the 2003 Radio Product Source is a valuable reference tool for anyone looking for new technology and products for a radio station. Each listing offers a detailed description of the product or service, the company's contact information and most feature a photo of the equipment for your evaluation.

The Radio magazine staff worked tirelessly to compile a collection of products and services that offer real solutions to everyday needs, as well as products that would fit various station sizes and budgets. Many of the products featured in this year's Product Source debuted at NAB2003. We have also included a recap of the Radio magazine 2003 Pick Hit award recipients from NAB2003 that were announced in June.

We will also distribute this supplement at the upcoming NAB Radio Show and the 115th AES convention. We hope to see you at one of these conventions.

The Radio magazine staff welcomes your feedback on this annual supplement. Please e-mail your comments and suggestions to radio@primediabusiness.com.

The Product Source has been divided into three sections for faster loading.

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