Harris Broadcast will not exhibit at the NAB Radio Show, although it may send some salespeople to Philadelphia. Apparently there was a mix-up between Harris and NAB over booth size and the exhibitor pass issue. (NAB earlier decided to limit guest passes, but later changed back to its original policy of letting exhibitors hand out unlimited passes.) A company representative said Harris’ people had committed to other shows in the meantime, leaving it unable to ship gear and people to the radio show. Harris does plan to exhibit at the upcoming IBC.
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