2019 Radio Show Launches New Tech-Focused Program

The 2019 Radio Show will debut a new day-long, technology-intensive program on Tuesday, September 24. “Tech Tuesday” will feature educational sessions, hands-on workshops, networking events and exclusive vendor access. The Radio Show, produced by the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and the Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB), will be held September 24-27 in Dallas, Texas.

Tech Tuesday is designed for engineers, technology professionals and managers involved in all facets of radio station operations. A keynote speaker, hands-on demos, case studies, panel discussions and workshops will explore technology trends that are vital to station efficiency and performance. Topics include -over-IP, RF transmission, visual radio, streaming , remote backhaul, production and processing, acquisition and protection, and hybrid radio applications.

Additionally, Tech Tuesday registrants will have the opportunity to attend networking events, such as coffee breaks and an end-of-day reception. Tech Tuesday registration also provides access to the Radio Show Exhibit Hall on Wednesday and Thursday.

“We are excited to introduce a full day of programming specifically curated to meet the needs of today’s do-everything tech teams,” said NAB Executive Vice President and Technology Officer Sam Matheny. “Technology is a vital and integral part of every station’s operations, and we’re confident Tech Tuesday will provide valuable takeaways for all who attend.”

Tech Tuesday is free for NAB and RAB members. Registration for members and non-members is  here and may be additive or separate from full Radio Show registration.

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