In his speech, Smith focused on three issues: the radio performance tax, the National Broadband Plan and retransmission consent rights for broadcasters.
The biggest factor driving this reexamination is, of course, the FCC's January nod to increase FM IBOC digital carriers by as much as 10dB over previous levels.
New products to be seen at the 2010 NAB Show from ATI Group, Audemat, Axia Audio, Broadcast Tools, ERI-Electronics Research, Hosa Technology, JK Audio, Orban, Tieline Technology, VeriCorder Technology, Yellowtec and more.
Hiroshi Yoshioka will discuss 3D entertainment and provide clips of 3D material.
The house will be built in the Silver Parking Lot a the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The Spider-Man, Incredible Hulk, and Fantastic Four co-creator will speak on April 14.
The fully digital path from studio to transmitter using Livewire will be demonstrated at the Nautel booth at the 2010 NAB Show.
NBC Chairman Dick Ebersol will accept the award on the network's behalf.
Quello is being recognized for his lifelong advocacy of free, over-the-air broadcasting.
The partnership will be demonstrated at the 2010 NAB Show.
In addition to co-producing the Broadcast Engineering Conference, the SBE will hold several meetings during the convention.
The FCC leader will speak on April 13 at 9 a.m.
Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service.
Palmer will discuss the sociological and technological forces that are reshaping the future of traditional media.
HD Radio, radio station apps, IP audio, and CAP will be popular topics at the 2010 NAB Show.
New products to be seen at the 2010 NAB Show from 25-Seven Systems, APT, ATI Group, Audio-Technica, Axia Audio, Barix Technology, Bird Technologies Group, Enco Systems, ERI-Electronics Research, Nautel, Neutrik, Omnia Audio, Orban, RDL, Tieline Technology, Wheatstone and Wireworks.
Our pre-show coverage includes new products, a session timetable and a map of the Radio Hall.
The awards, first established in 1959, are given to individuals for their significant contributions that have advanced the state of the art of broadcast engineering.
Barry Blesser will provide insight on the broadcast engineering profession and its next generation of leaders.
A green newsroom and other efforts are being used to make the convention more eco-friendly.
Hotel room rates even at the peak times are cheaper than they were two and three years ago.
Howard Lance will discuss how the integration of government and commercial technologies can create cross-over applications that benefit both sectors.
The April 13 session will discuss spectrum management, media ownership and developments in digital media.
Phil Hendrie, whose career also includes television and motion pictures, will demonstrate the role of radio as an entertainment platform.