Computer Session Aimed at Engineers

Engineering Legends Gather in New Orleans...Five winners of the NAB’s coveted Radio Engineering Award will take part in a roundtable discussion at the "Engineering Legends" session, part of The NAB Radio Show in New Orleans, on Thursday, Sept. 6.
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Engineering Legends Gather in New Orleans

Five winners of the NAB’s coveted Radio Engineering Award will take part in a roundtable discussion at the "Engineering Legends" session, part of The NAB Radio Show in New Orleans, on Thursday, Sept. 6.

Michael Dorrough of Dorrough Electronics, Geoff Mendenhall of Harris Corp., Arno Meyer of Belar Electronics Laboratory, Charles Morgan of Susquehanna Radio Corp. and Robert Orban of Orban/CRL will discuss technical trends and engineering management issues in a talk moderated by Radio World Editor Paul McLane.

"This is a rare opportunity to meet some of the finest engineering minds in our business all in one place," McLane said. "We’ll ask about digital radio, broadband, radio technology, their personal innovations and the state of the industry. I feel very fortunate to have these outstanding engineers on our panel."

The session is in Room 206 of the Morial Convention Center on Sept. 6, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. For registration information visit www.nab.org/conventions/radioshow

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