Two new radio technology sessions are on tap at the spring NAB Show.
New for 2012, “HD Radio for Managers and Engineers” is on Monday, April 16.
The session from NAB Labs includes a series of case studies addressing the business and engineering details related to making the transition to HD Radio broadcasting, according to NAB, which says “Non-technical issues will be covered along with actual facility design and implementation success stories from broadcasters who have met the challenge.”
The objective of the workshop is to provide in-depth education on HD Radio from management and engineering perspectives. Even existing HD Radio operators will benefit from updated presentations covering the most recent developments, says the trade association.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, April 17 and 18, broadcasters can attend “Digital Strategies Exchange for Radio.”
In this workshop within the Broadcast Management Conference, attendees can learn from their peers and other industry experts on how new technologies and digital strategies can impact their stations. Early adopters will provide insight on what (and what not) to do when exploring and implementing new services, according to the trade association. Some of the topics to be discussed are streaming, mobile apps for radio, podcasting and HD Radio.