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Repack, ATSC 3.0, Drones, AM reboot hot tech sessions at TAB 2017

- 124-booth trade show a “mini-NAB” for TX broadcasters                              

Technology looms large at the 2017 TAB Show as industry experts take deep dives into topics ranging from the looming spectrum repack’s effects on Radio and TV stations to cybersecurity strategies for broadcasters. Sessions on ATSC 3.0, drones, AM revitalization, the future for wireless mics and other hot topics round out the agenda for the tech-minded, along with a 124-booth trade show featuring the industry’s leading equipment manufacturers and vendors.


Often characterized as a “mini-NAB”, the TAB Annual Convention and Trade Show Aug. 9-10 provides Radio and TV executives and engineers hands-on access and one-on-one face time they find hard to get at the NAB’s mega-show in Las Vegas, plus top-caliber presentations on multiple key topics – all at a small fraction of the cost.

Session Topics (Hour Long, Unless Otherwise Noted)
Network Penetration Testing (Hacking 101) – Special 3-hour extended program
A La Carte Elliptical Polarization for ATSC 3.0
Using Drones for News, Management and Engineering
Next Steps for AM Revitalization
NextGen TV: Decoding the Alphabet Soup
Prepping Your Tower for Spectrum Repack
Building the NextGen Television Business
Wireless Mics, Intercoms and IFBs Post-Repack
Navigating the Spectrum Repack
Audio Streaming the “Write” Way
Putting Amazon’s Alexa to Work for Your Station

Product Demo Sessions for Engineers (30 minutes)
The MPU5 and the Embedded Module
Centralization of Content Ingest
The Repack Solution: ATSC 3.0 Ready Modulation Solution

Legal sessions on the changing FCC regulatory landscape and Radio’s transition to the online public file also will be of key interest to engineers. View the full schedule here.


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

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