NAB Develops Omnipedia

Association will mail product/service guide in November
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Association will mail product/service guide in November

The NAB is planning to publish a compendium of people, products and services of interest to its members, the broadcasting community.

The printed version, the 2012 NAB Resource Guide, will be sent to NAB member stations in November. The association published something similar in the past, but not for a decade or more.

It will contain, according to a release, “a comprehensive range of products and services provided by NAB associate members, including broadcast equipment, production services, management and engineering consultants, law firms, station brokers, financial institutions and more.” Listings are free for associate members, and enhanced listings can be purchases.

The online version will be posted in August and will be updated regularly. It will also include a broadcast station directory of all U.S. radio and TV stations. “This will serve as a tool for broadcasters to find not only the products they need, but network with peers throughout the industry.”

Naylor LLC is the service provider working with NAB.


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