NAB2006 Photo Blog - April 22 and 23
Apr 23, 2006 5:00 PM
Radio magazine brings NAB2006 to you in photos from the convention. From the sessions to the meetings to the show floor, see it all in the Radio magazine daily photo blog.
Welcome to Las Vegas! This is a view of the strip from the Hilton.
The Monorail is running and ready to serve the NAB visitors.
The SBE Ennes Workshop was held on Saturday. John Poray (left), executive director of the Society of Broadcast Engineers, provides the opening remarks before turning things over to Fred Baumgartner, CPBE, education director of the Ennes Education Committee.
The Society of Broadcast Engineers, cosponsor of the Broadcast Engineering Conference, presented the Ennes Workshop on Saturday. The event, which was titled "Everything RF", drew radio and TV engineers throughout the day.
Ernie Belanger of Armstrong provides a sneak peak of the Armstrong HD Radio translator to Radio magazine Editor Chriss Scherer.
Efron Computerized Studios puts the last touches on its booth.
RCS takes a time out from setting up its demonstration area to mug for the camera.
Kevin Davis, Bill Gillman and Chris Clark of Wit review their plans for the convention.
Orban has its Mobile Broadcast Laboratory fleet in the north end of the North hall.
Gene Novacek of Enco Systems provides a pre-show demo of the Dad system.
Dave Scott (right), a.k.a. Captain Digital, prepares his audio playback system.
Arno Meyer (left) and the Belar crew are ready for the show to begin.
There is plenty to do at the Klotz booth, but it will all be ready for the convention opening.
"How does that look?" Time to take a step back and look at the SRS booth.
Sennheiser runs through its equipment set up.
The set up at Wheatstone is almost complete.
Kevin Campbell, Jon McClintock and Noel McKenna are nearly ready for the convention to begin.
The heavy hardware is in place in the Nautel booth.
Until they are laid out, the hallway carpets make a comfortable bench for a short briefing at the Prophet Systems booth.
Buck Waters of Broadcasters General Store checks the audio path in the Axia display.
Radio Systems hosted the engineering team from Nassau for an overview of the Radio Systems and Studio Hub equipment.