Ask the Experts at the Radio Show
29October 1, 2010
Grand Hyatt Washington Washington, DC
Experts is a series of sessions specifically designed by NAB
Science and Technology for radio engineers and others interested
in the future for radio broadcasting from a technology perspective.
It will put you in front of people who are changing the rules, crafting
new ones and enforcing compliance. Whether you handle technical
operations at a small station, are in charge of a station group,
or a consultant in the radio industry, Ask the Experts will
offer a unique opportunity to join your colleagues and peers grilling
our speakers for accurate answers to your most pressing questions.
You may find the schedule
for Ask the Experts and the other events plus information
on registration and housing on the Radio
Broadcast Engineering Conference Committee Meets to Begin
2011 Conference Planning
The 2011 NAB
Broadcast Engineering Conference Committee met at NAB headquarters
last week to begin planning for the 2011 conference. Pictured from
left to right are: IEEE BTS representative, Lanny Nass, CBS Corporation;
Jim Kutzner, PBS; SBE representative, Fred Baumgartner, Harris Corporation;
Jim Stagnitto, WNYC/WQXR Radio; SBE representative, John Poray,
SBE; Brett Jenkins, ION Media Networks; Steve Fluker, Cox Media
Group, Orlando; Jeff Andrew, WTTG-TV; Martin Stabbert, Citadel Communications
and BEC Committee chairperson, Dom Bordonaro, Cox Radio. (Committee
members missing: Greg DePriest, NBC Universal, Ardell Hill, Media
General, Glynn Walden, CBS Radio.)
up for NAB's 2010 Satellite Uplink Operators
October 4 - 7, 2010
In just four
days, NAB will teach you the skills necessary for the proper operation
of the satellite uplinks. Now certified by the Satellite
Users Interference Reduction Group (SUIRG), this course offers
expert training for you and your staff. Interference is an industry-wide
problem. One solution is well-trained operators. The seminar includes:
in-depth information about the theory of satellite communications,
a satellite newsgathering truck demonstration and a half-day field
trip to SES Americom Operations Center. Space is limited so register
now. There is additional information on NAB's website
or contact Cheryl Coleridge
at 202 429 5346.
The IEEE Broadcast Technology Society
60th Annual IEEE Broadcast Symposium
October 20-22, 2010
The Westin Alexandria Alexandria, Va.
for this year's symposium include James Martin, Director, ISR Programs
for the U.S. Department of Defense and James O'Neal, Technology
Editor, TV Technology, USA. Additional details on the technical
program and how to register
are availale on the IEEE Broadcast Technology Symposium website.
The advance registration deadline is October 1!
Your Proposal Now
2011 NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference
Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
April 9 - 14, 2011 Exhibits April 11 - 14, 2011
is October 22, 2010.
The 2011 NAB
Show will host the 65th NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference. This
world-class conference addresses the most recent developments in
broadcast technology and focuses on the opportunities and challenges
that face broadcast engineering professionals around the world.
Each year hundreds of broadcast professionals from around the world
attend the conference. They include practicing broadcast engineers
and technicians, engineering consultants, contract engineers, broadcast
equipment manufacturers, distributors, R&D engineers plus anyone
specifically interested in the latest broadcast technologies.
In order to
be considered, proposals must explain what attendees can expect
to learn from the paper, must not be a sales pitch, and should be
no more than 200 words in length.
for presentation at the 2011 NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference
will be eligible for the NAB
Best Paper Award. Established in 2010, the Best Paper Award
honors the author(s) of a paper of exceptional merit published in
the NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference Proceedings. The yearly
proceedings, published as both a book and a CD-ROM is a compendium
of these technical papers, and an important archive of the leading
edge of broadcast engineering issues.
proposals submitted for the 65th annual Broadcast
Engineering Conference will be accepted until the October 22
deadline. If you have any questions, contact John
Marino, VP NAB Science and Technology at (202) 429-5346.
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