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2024 TAB Show Registration in Full Swing, Hotel Block Filling Quickly!

- New Location at Kalahari Resorts & Conventions Aug. 7-8

It’s a competitive and technological jungle out there and Texas broadcasters keen on harvesting its fruits are claiming their spots early for the 2024 TAB Show where experts like AI groundbreaker Daniel Anstandig of Futuri Media and tech and data guru Dr. Shawn Dubravac point to new ways of doing business, serving audiences and growing revenue.

Joining them are Jacobs Media’s Paul Jacobs who lays out a five-year approach to the Radio and TV station of the future, while AR&D’s Jerry Gumbert and Earle Jones provide the latest thinking and strategy on how to build a value proposition for today’s viewers and listeners as broadcasters continue their digital evolution.

John Tkac will shed light on auto dealers’ evolving needs and strategies, as Pat Bryson, Jessica Jett Hill, Paul Weyland help sales teams fine tune their marketing, promotions and digital prowess.

Engineers and other tech-minded station leaders are set to hone their skills in programs ranging from cloud-based master controls for TV and virtualization of Radio stations, to cybersecurity and emergency preparedness, to antenna sweep systems and protecting STL links.

And that’s just scratching the surface of what is the largest state or regional broadcast gathering in the country, deep in the heart of Texas!


New Home at Kalahari, 125 Exhibit Booths

Moving to its new home at Kalahari Resorts & Conventions in Round Rock, just 23 miles north of the previous location in gridlocked downtown Austin, the 2024 TAB Show presents three tracks of top-notch training content for managers, marketing executives and engineering teams.

It also features a 125-booth exhibit hall showcasing cutting edge gear from the industry’s top vendors, three special add-on workshops for engineers and administrators, and a closing Awards Gala presenting the Radio and TV Stations of the Year, Bonner McLane Public Service Awards, and the most coveted leadership awards in Texas broadcasting.

Golfers take to the links early on Aug. 7 at Forest Creek Golf Club, an easy drive from the host hotel, and guests can choose to extend their stays a day or two with spouses or family to enjoy the arcade, water park and other offerings at Kalahari, renowned for its “business in the front, party in the back” personality.

New Tech Workshops Offered

TAB is expanding the workshops available during the conference beyond the Chief Radio Operator certification class introduced in 2023.  New this year for an additional fee:

  • Continental Transmitter Maintenance Workshop – A day and a half workshop featuring hands-on repair and servicing of a Continental 816 transmitter.
  • Fundamentals of RF for Broadcasters – A half-day workshop on the fundamentals of RF and related project planning, troubleshooting and maintaining a high-power broadcast transmission facility.

The agenda was developed by a committee of more than two dozen Texas broadcasters with an emphasis on avoiding excessive cross-programming to ensure attendees can experience as much of the content as possible.

Registration fees for members start at $105/person, with additional fees for the workshops. Fees increase June 22.

Questions? Contact Oscar Rodriguez or call (512) 322-9944.

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