Technology is on the menu - 2005 Product Source
Feast on more than 170 products to fit various station sizes and budgets. Many of the products featured in this year's Product Source debuted at NAB2005, including a review of the Radio magazine 2005 Pick Hit award recipients. The Radio magazine 2005 Product Source is a resource that you can refer to throughout the coming year.
This year's edition includes five additional courses in the special sections. Peruse these sections for items that may have a special use at the transmitter site, on a remote, in the field production kit or on a bookshelf. Some of the items are not the usual broadcast fare, so they may fill that special need that you may have. An additional special section has been added this year: HD Radio Receivers. If HD Radio equipment is on your table, we've listed several manufacturers of home and vehicle receivers, as well as a brief description of each one.
Also, I welcome your feedback on this annual supplement. Perhaps you use a product that has filled a need like no other. Tell us about it, and we'll add it to the menu. E-mail your comments and suggestions to email@example.com.
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