Dan Seeman, vice president, market manager of Marconi Award-winning, KSTP(FM), (left), Gordon H. Smith, President and CEO, NAB. The St. Paul, Minn.-based station won in the Legendary Station category. Photo courtesy of NAB.
Nationally syndicated show host Tom Joyner speaks at the Radio Show. Photo courtesy of NAB.
(L to R) Alan Colmes, host, ‘The Alan Colmes Show’ Fox News Radio; Andy Dean, host, ‘America Now’ Premiere Networks; Geraldo Rivera, host, ‘Geraldo at Large’ Fox News Channel and host, Cumulus Media Networks; Jill Schlesinger, host, ‘Jill on Money,’ Dial Global and Editor-at-large CBS Moneywatch take a look at talk radio. Photo courtesy of NAB.
Is radio’s business model changing? (L to R) Rick Cummings, president, Programming, Emmis Communications; Scott Borchetta, president, CEO and founder, Big Machine Label Group; Dan Mason, president CEO, CBS Radio; Tom Poleman, president, National Programming Platforms, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment and John Rich, singer, songwriter, producer, Big & Rich look at the present and the rapidly approaching future. Photo courtesy of NAB.
Gordon H. Smith, (left) President and CEO, NAB, and Leslie Moonves, President and CEO, CBS Corp. discuss the state of the industry on the first day of the Radio Show. Photo courtesy of the NAB.
WideOrbit finds a way to keep the brand in mind …
Friends catch up … Mike Hagans, Charlie Wooten and Al Kenyon …
NAB President/CEO Gordon Smith likes that ‘New Car’ HD Radio sound at the HD Radio booth.
The set for the Kidd Kraddick in the Morning Show was positioned at the show floor entrance.
Commissioner Ajit Pai, center left, visits the commission booth at the Radio Show with FCC and NAB officials.
A display promotes V-Soft’s Probe4 signal propagation software.
Shively introduced a new yagi antenna, top, for translators and other specialized applications.
Wednesday Evening in the Lobby.
As the floor opens, Radio magazine editor Chriss Scherer wears a button commemorating his friend and colleague the late John Battison. It features a Battison quote: ‘Audio is something that messes up a nice clean carrier.’
IBiquity Digital has large display featuring a row of digital radio-equipped vehicles. The company’s Russ Mundschenk poses with Katie Scannell and Heather Mannefeld.
Fidencio Lopez dispenses popcorn.
Don Backus, who recently joined Broadcast Electronics and its Commotion business, works the booth with Jim Roberts.
The iBiquity booth features a banner that says 75% of all new vehicles equipped with HD Radio offer sticker prices under $45,000.