NAB Radio 2005 Photo Blog - Sep 21

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NAB Radio 2005 Photo Blog - Sep 21

Sep 21, 2005 1:01 AM

Radio magazine brings the 2005 NAB Radio Show to you in photos from the convention.

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Exhibitors made their last-minute preparations before the convention floor opened.

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Before the exhibit hall opened, convention goers visited the publication racks and displays.

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An overall view of the convention floor before the crowds arrived.

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Ian Gunn of Burli Software demonstrates the latest edition of the company's newsroom editing software.

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Philip Zittell (right) of Omnirax is ready for the show to open on the first night.

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Consulting engineers Ben Dawson (left) and Ron Rackley presented the two-day seminar on AM antennas for HD Radio.

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Wideorbit introduced its traffic and automation systems to the radio industry for the first time at this convention.

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The newest version of Wirecad's software is demonstrated on the big screen by Chris Holbrook.

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Rich Bevins (left) and Jennifer Martin of Mediabounce teamed to introduce the company's audience interactive programs.

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Prophet Systems drew an early crowd when the convention floor opened.

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Jon Young (right) of Arrakis provides the details of the Xtreme automation system.

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The NAB Education Foundation held a roundtable breakfast for broadcasters to discuss careers in radio.

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Day Sequerra is showing its Radio magazine Pick Hit-award-winning HD Radio receivers.

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"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.

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Richard Hinkle leads the Broadcast Electronics seminar on multicasting for HD Radio.

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Fast or slow; attendees take in the convention at their own pace.

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Attendees check their e-mail at the Internet kiosks in the convention hall.

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So, Jim and David, what's new at Translantech? The all-digital Ariane Sequel, of course.

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Deep discussions about HD Radio abound at the Broadcast Electronics booth.

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Let's take a look under the hood of this little baby at Radio Systems.

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