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NAB2005 Photo Blog - April 18

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NAB2005 Photo Blog - April 18

Apr 18, 2005 1:00 AM

Radio magazine brings NAB2005 to you in photos from the convention.

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The ubiquitous buses brought broadcasters to the LVCC from hotels across Las Vegas.

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It's all inside - North Radio Hall, NAB 2005.

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The Radio Hall as it looked just as the first attendees were allowed in.

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Don Jones of RF Specialties of Texas has attended the past 40 NAB conventions.

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To commemorate the event, the NAB presented Jones with a plaque, complementary full conference registration to NAB2006 and a ticket to the radio luncheon.

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The Orban Mobile Test Lab was open for product demonstrations and comparisons.

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One of the buzzwords at the NAB Convention is "Podcasting".

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Inovonics unveiled a dual-processing system (FM & IBOC), and demo'ed same in an SUV in its booth in the North Radio Hall.

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Hundreds signed up for the prize drawings for the palm-size digital audio PMD660 recorders given away at the D&ampM Audio booth in the North Hall.

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No additional combiner; no additional antenna; Continental Electronics didn't reveal its 816HD all-in-one system until the NAB Convention exhibits opened on April 18.

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G is for 'Giddy'; Frank G(rundstein) waxes enthusiastic about new Logitek console, control software.

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Salesguy at Anchor Audio poses with his two-dimensional fantasy girl in Anchor's North Hall booth.

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Muhammad Ali's boxing-daughter Laila (second from left) was a star attraction in a live sportstalk broadcast at the Efron Computerized Studios booth in North Hall.

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Far from the madding crowd, Skeet Skaalen and Erle Younker of Waitt Radio Networks provide private showings of the Storq radio automation system in a Hilton suite.

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Surrounded by sound, surrounded by glass: Neural Audio lets the curious test its "terrarium" sound booth in the Harris exhibit in NAB Convention's Central Hall.

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The way that Alan tells the story, "Guy walks into a bar carrying a box turtle." Phillip Zittell (left), in the Omnirax booth in NAB's North Hall already remembers the punchline.

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You take Route 6 from New Bedford up to the Cape Cod Canal. V-Soft Communications demonstrated its colorful contour-mapping software in its booth, as well as earlier private demos and training before the convention began.

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Before the mad morning rush, the Telos booth in North Hall gets a few final touches.

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CSI: North Hall; Ian Gunn of Burli Software locates a DNA match...or else he's editing audio cuts in the Burli newsgathering software.

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The Federal Communications Commission was once again present on the convention floor.

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Translantech Sound and Broadcast Warehouse have joined forces to display their complementary audio processing systems.

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Neural Audio provided surround-sound demonstrations in this Cadillac Escalade.

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With so much to see, it's common to see people stop in their tracks to take in an exhibit.

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Prophet Systems drew a large crowd very fast on Monday morning.

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Broadcast Electronics provided a demonstration of several different surround-sound systems for HD Radio.

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The Harris Vistamax Control Center captured the attention of this crowd.

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