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NAB Show Photo Sampler

A Visual Flavor of the Recent Industry Convention

David Antoine, recently appointed chief engineer for jazz giant WBGO in Newark/New York, spends time on the show floor. Photo by Jim Peck

Employees of Audemat and APT gather for Radio World’s lens to note the acquisition of the APT codec business by Audemat Group. Photo by Jim Peck

Clay Freinwald of Entercom, Gary Timm of Journal Broadcast and Wade Witmer, acting director, IPAWS, Program Management Office, Federal Emergency Management Agency discuss EAS at an SBE-sponsored progress meeting. Photo by Jim Peck

Beasley’s Mike Cooney keeps in touch while walking the floor. Photo by Leslie Stimson

The Amateur Radio Operator’s Reception keeps growing in popularity. It seemed the line was longer than ever to get into the multi-sponsor event, snaking out of sight down two hallways. Photo by Jim Peck

Chip Margelli of Heil Sound and Tom Roalkvam of BSW show off competing sartorial fashions as co-sponsors of the ham reception. Photo by Jim Peck

Radio technology legend George Marti visits with Jon, Peter and Nathan Burk of Burk Technology. Photo by Jim Peck

Sterling Davis and Jack Sellmeyer, recipients of the NAB Engineering Achievement Award for TV and radio respectively, flank NAB’s Lynn Claudy. Photo ©NAB

Young syndicated talker Jennifer Smart of JenniRadio, left, interviewed singer/actress Adair Tishler. Smart broadcast from the OMT/MediaTouch booth. Photo by Jim Peck

Reviewing feature sets of remote mixers and codecs in AEQ’s lineup. At left is ReviGustavo Robles of AEQ. At table are Freddy Duque, Alberto Cardenas, Vicente Cazco and Daniel Guchamin of supplier Ecuatronix. International attendance was down but estimated at 23,200, now almost 28 percent of the total. Photo by Jim Peck

Melissa Freeman of Arrakis shows off the Mark 15 console, Xtreme automation/docking station and Accent furniture line to Jack Clark of the UFO Media Network. Photo by Bob Kovacs

Lourdes Ramsey, left, and Debbie Storz of CPI-Econco Division exhibit the company’s new and rebuilt radio power tubes, alongside a badly burned tube that can be rebuilt. Photo by Bob Kovacs

Brady’s IDPal labeling system — around $100 — can even print on special heat shrink sleeves. Photo by Jim Peck

Alan Brown, managing director of Radica Broadcast Systems, receives Davicom’s Distributor of the Year award from John Ahern, CEO of Davicom/Comlab in recognition of Radica’s sales of the Davicom Remote Control units. Photo by Jim Peck

Sid Shumate of BIA Financial Network spoke about modeling techniques for measuring HD Radio interference at current and proposed injection levels. Photo by Jim Peck