The business of managing radio facilities is more important than ever, while technology introductions roll on, even without a physical NAB Show. In this issue we bring you stories about trends that would normally have been discussed at the show, but with readers at home in mind — even including exhibitor listings so you can learn about their new product introductions. Also: Mark Lapidus explores the crucial role of apps for radio; Roger Lanctot comments about radio’s tenuous hold on the dashboard; and of course, there’s the coronavirus.
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NAB Radio Technologists Look Ahead
We asked correspondent Davide Moro to report on David Layer’s presentation at the Digital Radio Summit 2020 in Geneva, which doubles as a kind of state-of-the-industry technical report for U.S. radio.
NAB SHOW 2021
Massive LVCC Expansion Is Underway
If we had gone to Vegas in April, we’d all be ogling dramatic changes at the convention center. Here’s what we can expect when we finally go back.