This year’s Radio Show in Dallas will feature a new “technology-intensive program” geared toward engineers, technology professionals and managers, co-producer National Association of Broadcasters announced Wednesday.
Dubbed “Tech Tuesday,” the inaugural event is scheduled for Sept. 24, the first day of the 2019 Radio Show.
“We are excited to introduce a full day of programming specifically curated to meet the needs of today’s do-everything tech teams,” said NAB Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Sam Matheny. “Technology is a vital and integral part of every station’s operations, and we’re confident Tech Tuesday will provide valuable takeaways for all who attend.”
Tech Tuesday will consist of keynote speaker, hands-on demos, case studies, panel discussions, workshops and networking opportunities. Subjects to be explored include audio-over-IP, RF transmission, visual radio, streaming audio, remote backhaul, audio production and processing, data acquisition and protection, and hybrid radio applications.
Registration is required, but the program is free for NAB and RAB members. Participants can choose to register separately from the rest of the Radio Show, though registration does included Wednesday and Thursday access to the exhibit hall, according to the announcement.
The Radio Show will run Sept. 24–27.