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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 16, 2008
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Zamir Ahmed
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Registration and Housing are Now Open for the 2008 NAB European Conference

WASHINGTON, DC – Online housing and registration are now available for the 16th annual NAB European Conference, held 26-29 October at the Hilton London Metropole. This year's conference will explore the changing landscape of audio and video broadcasting, and will include the debut of the NAB European Post-Production Conference, a three-day technical training program focusing on production practices in broadcasting, film and video.

"Last year's record-high attendance of over 700 industry professionals from 48 countries confirms that the NAB European Conference continues to be the place for European broadcasters to discuss issues affecting the audio and video industry," said Margaret Cassilly, vice president of international operations at NAB. "We are expecting this year's conference to be better than ever, with world-renowned media experts teaching new sessions and providing new insights into the current trends and changes in the broadcasting community."

The NAB European Conference will include sessions focusing on radio, podcasting, and post-production. During the European Radio Conference (27 and 28 October), leaders in the radio community will convene to discuss the key issues and new revenue opportunities facing radio today. The European Podcasting Conference (26 October), produced in partnership with Future Media Concepts (FMC), will equip participants with the technical and creative tools necessary to improve podcasts. The Post-Production Conference, also produced by FMC, will provide attendees with training on the latest production, post-production and delivery practices for film video, and the new media industries.

The 2008 NAB European Conference is being supported by several principal organizations in Europe including: The Association Européene des Radios (AER), Association of Television and Radio Sales Houses, GCap, RadioCentre, International Webcasting Association Europe (IWA) The Radio Adacemy, and WorldDMB.

Session schedules and speaker information is available at www.nabeurope.org.

About The NAB European Conference
The NAB European Conference is the premiere annual gathering of broadcasters in Europe. This year's conference, held October 26-28 in London, offers in-depth educational and training sessions for radio broadcasters, podcasters, and post-production professionals to maximize their management, creative, and business skills. More information about The NAB European Conference is available at www.nabeurope.org.

About NAB
The National Association of Broadcasters is the premier advocacy association for America's broadcasters. NAB advances radio and television interests in legislative, regulatory and public affairs. Through advocacy, education and innovation, NAB enables broadcasters to best serve their communities, strengthen their businesses and seize new opportunities in the digital age. Learn more at www.nab.org.

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