The Broadcasters' Desktop Resource

The Broadcasters' Desktop Resource

NAB 2019

The theme this year was The Story Starts Here. On the floor were Richard Rudman and Rollye James (l), and Adrienne Abbott. Follow Richard’s thoughts and Rollyes takeaways from the Show.

The folks from Inovonics had to add a second row to display all their current, updated, and new products for audio control, monitoring, and more.

The folks from Inovonics had to add a second row to display all their current, updated, and new products for audio control, monitoring, and more.

InovonicsInovonics Display
Nautel

Nautel also had a large booth of upgraded and new products to celebrate their 50th year.

Live demonstrations included a transmitter doing power saving MDCL operations.

The Nautel NUG on Sunday was, as usual, well attended.

all digital am radio
Wheatstone

Console manufacturers

Wheatstone and LAWO not only showed off the latest in their console lines, but both had some strong virtual console products, which now let users set up on a computer and run the whole show with minimal hardware.

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The Telos Alliance

The Telos Alliance continues to be an industry leader in audio processing, codecs, and digital consoles – for stations of all sizes and markets.

First-time exhibitor Angry Audio had a lot of Gadgets.

Angry audio gadgets
Gatesair at an event

GatesAir continues to build a good reputation for innovation in transmitters and interfaces to transport and/or convert IP audio.

Elenoe

After several years of turmoil, Broadcast Electronics was purchased by Elenos. Now Peter Conlon and Chuck Kelly are bringing both companies together to focus on their combined strengths.

Peter and chuck
360 Cortex

Davicom showed off their Cortex 360 and the new Cortex 320.

Myat continues to supply RF system gear, switchers, filters, transmission lines and components.

Myat Inc
PHasetek

Phasetek helps AM stations to multiplex, as well as build and maintain the phasors for which they are well known.

Coaxial Dynamics components and metering helps station monitor transmissions

Coaxial Dynamics

April 10th… more to come!

2020

In response to feedback from the NAB Show community at large, the show floor will open on Sunday, April 19, 2020, instead of the usual Monday morning opening. The 2020 NAB Show floor hours will be as follows:

  • Sunday, April 19 – 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
  • Monday, April 20 – 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, April 21 – 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, April 22 – 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

FYI:

The 2013 NAB Show final attendance was 93,850. The 2014 NAB Show final attendance was 98,015. The 2015 NAB Show final attendance was 103,042. The 2016 NAB Show final attendance was 103,012. The 2017 NAB Show final attendance was 104,443. The 2018 NAB Show final attendance was 92,912.

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