Radio magazine brings the 2005 NAB Radio Show to you in photos from the convention.
Exhibitors made their last-minute preparations before the convention floor opened.
Before the exhibit hall opened, convention goers visited the publication racks and displays.
An overall view of the convention floor before the crowds arrived.
Ian Gunn of Burli Software demonstrates the latest edition of the company's newsroom editing software.
Philip Zittell (right) of Omnirax is ready for the show to open on the first night.
Consulting engineers Ben Dawson (left) and Ron Rackley presented the two-day seminar on AM antennas for HD Radio.
Wideorbit introduced its traffic and automation systems to the radio industry for the first time at this
The newest version of Wirecad's software is demonstrated on the big screen by Chris Holbrook.
Rich Bevins (left) and Jennifer Martin of Mediabounce teamed to introduce the company's audience interactive programs.
Prophet Systems drew an early crowd when the convention floor opened.
Jon Young (right) of Arrakis provides the details of the Xtreme automation system.
The NAB Education Foundation held a roundtable breakfast for broadcasters to discuss careers in radio.
Day Sequerra is showing its Radio magazine Pick Hit-award-winning HD Radio receivers.
"It's my favorite convention -- but that's just me." Frank Cammarata (center) and John Selig (right) were on on hand to discuss the Media Monitors service.
Richard Hinkle leads the Broadcast Electronics seminar on multicasting for HD Radio.
Fast or slow; attendees take in the convention at their own pace.
Attendees check their e-mail at the Internet kiosks in the convention hall.
So, Jim and David, what's new at Translantech? The all-digital Ariane Sequel, of course.
Deep discussions about HD Radio abound at the Broadcast Electronics booth.
Let's take a look under the hood of this little baby at Radio Systems.