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ARMA Grows in Baltimore

ARMA Grows in Baltimore

A regional trade show sponsored by a manufacturers’ group attracted a bigger audience in this, its third year.
ARMA Expo 2000 was held in a hotel at the Inner Harbor of Baltimore on Monday and Tuesday. It drew 182 people, mostly engineers from the Mid-Atlantic area. Of that number, 34 were exhibit staff.
Seventeen companies sponsored booths. Seven sessions were highlighted by a keynote address from Tony Masiello, the vice president of broadcast operations for XM Satellite Radio, who gave a peek at XM’s plans for an 86-studio facility in Washington (as reported in Radio World’s May 10 issue).
SBE chapters from Baltimore, Washington and Ft. Meade held meetings concurrently.
The expo was sponsored by the American Radio Manufacturers Association. Organizer Vince Fiola of Studio Technology said ARMA will definitely hold another show, probably next year in a city yet to be decided.
Paul J. McLane