With a little more than 3 months to go before the 2010 Radio Show, details are starting to be released. I was concerned that there would be no real technical element to the convention. It seems there will be something for the tech crowd after all.
The NAB announced the tech slate recently, and we shared it in the Radio Currents:
The NAB Science and Technology Department has put together a series of panel discussions on various topics. The panels will include representatives from manufacturers to discuss their various fields of expertise. The session announcement noted (several times) that nothing is off limits for the discussion, and controversial topics will not be avoided.
In addition, the exhibits will be called The Marketplace. It appears these will be table-top displays outside the session room and will feature the companies who are speaking on the panels.
The 2010 Radio Show will be a modified format from the previous NAB Radio Shows of the past, and it seems many details are being set as the event draws nearer. What initially appeared to be initially a sales, management and programming conference has now added a serious engineering component.