Cooley to Keynote NAB Tech Luncheon

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Brian Cooley, editor at large for the tech website CNET, is a popular convention speaker. He will deliver the keynote address for the NAB Show Technology Luncheon, April 18.

Not surprisingly, Cooley will discuss the latest and greatest in technology related to the broadcast industry in a presentation titled, “Top 10 Technology Countdown.”

Cooley is an old radio dog, having done 12 years of morning radio in Los Angeles and San Francisco during the 1980s and 1990s. He joined CNET in 1995 and developed its online radio presence. He has since made a name for himself as a tech pundit on TV, radio and the Internet.

The Tech Luncheon also will feature presentations for the NAB Engineering Achievement Award, the Technology Innovation Award and the NAB Best Paper Award.

NAB EVP and CTO Kevin Gage said, “Technology Luncheon attendees will come away with a better understanding of how digital media products are impacting businesses and consumers.”

The NAB Show is April 14–19 in Las Vegas.

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