NAB2006 Photo Blog – April 24
Apr 24, 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 day one of NAB2006.
The registration area was full of activity even after the convention floor was open.
The Audio-Technica booth provides an easy way to compare the company’s arsenal of mics.
Comrex received lots of attention for its Access IP codec and Stac telephone system.
Broadcast Electronics has a row of transmitters lined up and ready in the company’s booth.
Day Sequerra has HD Radio monitor receivers this year to add to its Radio magazine Pick Hit-award winning line.
Don Backus of Enco Systems answers questions about the Dad system.
More mic demos from Audio-Technica.
Efron Computerized Studios originated two remote broadcasts from its booth. The show at noon featured baseball player Rollie Fingers.
Nagra showed the Ares-M portable digital recorder, which attracted lots of attention.
A little light-hearted banter takes place at the Klotz booth.
Orban’s display allows visitors to compare it various processors.
Steve Church (left), president and founder of Telos, makes the announcement that CBS Radio station WZLX Boston will begin offering all of its classic rock programming in surround and compatible stereo using the MPEG Surround system. Harold Popp of Fraunhofer and Paul Donovan of CBS Radio look on.
There was lots of activity in the Tieline Technology booth in opening hours of the convention.
Bird Technology has its line of dummy loads and wattmeters on display.
Lawrence Behr (second from left) provides Radio magazine Editor Chriss Scherer with an update of the company’s activities.
Geoff Steadman and Rick Sawyer of 25-Seven think that their message is clear.
An attendee gets a close-up demonstration of the Axia IP audio system.
Beasley’s Star 102, which transmits an HD Radio signal, brought the station’s remote van to the Convention Center Silver Lot to help promote HD Radio technology.