The Texas Association of Broadcasters said attendance at its two-day annual convention this week was slightly over 1,000, “more than we anticipated and not too far from our normal attendance of 1,400,” according to a spokeswoman.
The event was one of the first in-person conferences for the broadcast industry since the pandemic hit the United States 17 months ago. It was held the JW Marriott in downtown Austin.
Other state associations having annual events in the next five or six weeks include those in Nebraska, Vermont and Wisconsin, as reported on the Radio World events calendar. The Alabama Broadcasters Association postponed its August event to January, as we reported yesterday.
Photos provided by Radio World’s John Casey or the Texas Association of Broadcasters.