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NAB Radio 2005 Photo Blog - Sep 22

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NAB Radio 2005 Photo Blog - Sep 22

Sep 22, 2005 1:00 AM

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

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Philadelphia's City Hall is down the street from the Pennsylvania Convention Center. A statue of William Penn crowns the building.

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The Pennsylvania Convention Center is the site of the 2005 NAB Radio Show.

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The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show broadcast from the convention floor on Thursday morning.

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The Radio Show offers a chance for Conrad Trautmann of Westwood One and Jeff Littlejohn of Clear Channel a chance to catch up.

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It was another busy day in the Radio Systems booth.

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The Audemat-Aztec Goldeneagle HD Radio monitor recently received Ibiquity approval as a test and measurement tool. Christoph Poulain of Audemat-Aztec presents the first sold unit to Jeff Littlejohn of Clear Channel. Clear Channel bought 49 FM units and 14 AM units.

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David Day of Day Sequerra shows the Radio magazine Pick Hit-award-winning M2 HD Radio montitor to Rich Redmond of Harris.

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The Broadcast Electronics 4MX50 is worth a closer look.

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Burk Technology, located at the entrance, had some early visitors on Thursday.

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Continental Electronics debuted a low-power HD Radio transmitter.

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It's all about the power. LEA International talks about surge protection.

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Power quality, surge protection and backup power were the product topics in the Superior Electric booth.

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Lynn Claudy of the NAB (left) escorted FCC Commisioners Kathleen Abernathy and Jonathan Adelstein through the convention floor.

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Ibiquity had several HD Radio receivers on display to demonstrate IBOC technology.

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Phil Owens of Wheatstone discusses the various control surfaces for the company's integrated router/console systems.

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1960's pop star Little Peggy March now does more mature Sinatra-style music in the 21st Century. She visits with Dick Robinson during his live broadcast from the convention.

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Clorinda of Precision Communications gives details on all the services that her company offers broadcasters.

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The question of the hour: Did Mike Everson of LEA International successfully sell the surge protector or the mini van der Graaf generator on top?

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Robust attendance at the NAB Radio Show brings a smile to the face of Kim Winking of Broadcast Electronics.

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The NAB provided clear directives to attendees for exhibits and sessions.

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The staff at Orban/CRL were enthused about the newest addition to their processing equipment for AM, FM and online.

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Part of the ambience of the Radio Show included live broadcasts, including the Kidd Kraddick morning show.

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A juxtaposition of modern art in the heart of old Philadelphia.

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Barkeep: I'll have that on the rocks with a twist.

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A cheery Canadian smile was offered to the visitors at the OMT booth.

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Take in a session, visit the exhibit hall, and grab a nearby tour bus to round out the day in Philly.

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