The National Association of Broadcasters established the NAB Engineering Achievement Award in 1959 to recognize an individual's accomplishments and contributions to the broadcast industry.
First established in 1959, the Engineering Achievement Awards are given to individuals who are nominated by their peers for significant contributions to advancing the state of the art in broadcast engineering.
The finalists will be honored and winners announced at the Radio Luncheon, where Yahoo tech columnist David Pogue will present a keynote address.
Topics of discussion will include the spectrum incentive auction, ownership regulation, radio revitalization and retransmission consent.
Among the freshman exhibitors: AMD-Advanced Micro Devices, Clearleap, Fujitsu Semiconductor America, Giga Entertainment Media, Siemens Convergence Creators, This Technology and Ustream.
The keynote is expected to provide insight into the chairman's views on broadcasting and what his expectations are on the regulatory front in the coming years.
The Awards will be presented during the Broadcasters Foundation Annual Breakfast at the NAB Show.
The Yahoo columnist and CBS Sunday Morning correspondent will speak on April 8.
The program spotlights rising companies in media and entertainment.
His keynote will address how cloud services have addressed the challenges and complexity of offering consumers content anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
Previous inductees include Betty White, Garry Marshall, "Meet the Press," Bob Newhart, "The Tonight Show," "Saturday Night Live," "M*A*S*H," "60 Minutes" and "Star Trek."
The question-and-answer session with Saban will take place following the State of the Broadcast Industry address on April 7.
The acquisition extends NAB events to serve two unique markets.
Harvey is a popular national radio personality, television host and best-selling author.
The event will be held April 6 at the Flamingo Hotel.
The program brings together entrepreneurs and industry icons at the NAB Show and forms collaborative community at Sprockit Sync events throughout the year.
Topics include workflow for radio, AoIP interoperability, hybrid radio technologies and broadcast facilities monitoring.
The deadline to submit speaking proposals is Oct. 18, 2013.
2013 marked Radio magazine Editor Chriss Scherer's 25th NAB convention. He looks back to 1989.
Couldn't attend the 2013 NAB Show? Here are a few highlights.
Following both conventions, iBiquity President and CEO Bob Struble notes that automakers are embracing HD Radio.
A standing-room only crowd at the Las Vegas Convention Center heard Gage address the many challenges faced by the industry.
20 products were chosen by the Radio magazine Pick Hits panel.
Four NAB Show exhibitors received awards for their innovations in booth design and execution.
2013 registered attendance is slightly more than 2012 actual attendance.