One in a series of post-convention articles wrapping up the recent Radio Show in Washington.
Here’s a flavor from the fall Radio Show in Washington. All photos are by RW’s eagle-eye photographer Jim Peck.
Broadcast Connection’s John George and Dielectric’s Matt Leland try the theory that model FM antennas can be used as ball gaps. Guys, it’s FM, not AM!
If these guys can’t design one, no one can. Gary Kline of Cumulus, left, moderates a panel on building a station, with, from left, Bud Aiello of NPR, Antonio Argibay of Meridian Design Associates, John Bisset of Tieline/Radio World, David Gilson of Guild Partners and Andy Laird of Journal Broadcast.
C.J. Knowles, Rachel Field and Matt Jacobson promote PromoSuite, which makes radio software and interactive tools including e-mail, contest and web creation tools.
Engineering brain power: Richard Mertz, John Warner, Ben Dawson, Ron Rackley, Tom Jones.
Laura Mizrahi asks a question.
Audio processing wizards talked about creative, competitive audio processing. (And boy are they competitive.) From left: Glen Clark, Frank Foti, Jim Loupas, Jeff Keith and Greg Ogonowski.