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Catch You in Vegas

NAB Show continues to grow its way back

If you spot me roaming the booths or sessions at the centennial NAB Show, be sure to grab me to say hello. 

That also goes for the NUG@NAB Radio Technology Forum, hosted by Nautel at the Flamingo on Sunday morning April 16. 

The good folks at Nautel have once again invited me to help kick off their NUG meeting with a presentation previewing the themes and products of the convention. The company reliably puts on a program of industry tech experts, suppliers and Nautel’s own personnel, discussing transmission best practices and sharing technology tips.

The NUG@NAB is also a good place for comradeship. Stephen Lockwood, Cindy Hutter Cavell, Gary Cavell and John George chatted last year. (Photo by Jim Peck)

Sign up here. The event is free, and it’s not just for Nautel users; anyone in the industry who is passionate about transmission is welcome.

The March 29 issue of Radio World includes a sampling of technology topics to be discussed at the NAB’s Broadcast Engineering and IT Conference. The tech sessions will be held this year in the new West Hall, home to a newly anointed Broadcast District. And West is also where you’ll now find a preponderance of radio-related exhibitors (though other halls, notably Central, include familiar names too).

I’m expecting more people will attend the convention than last year, as the spring event continues to work its way back from the pandemic. I hope to see you there. In our next issue, watch for our feature on Mike Cooney, the 2023 recipient of the NAB Radio Engineering Achievement Award.

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