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#TAB2016 schedule set; registration open

Registration is open and the schedule for #TAB2016 is set!

The Renaissance Austin Hotel is the place to be, August 10-11 for Texas broadcasting’s largest gathering.

Managers, owners, salespeople and technical contacts will want to sign up today to get the best rates.

Don’t delay! Rates increase July 6.

Schedule Highlights

The 2016 Election: Great Disruption and Lessons in the Road AheadMatthew Dowd, Terri Gruca

Thursday, Aug. 11 – 10:45 am

The 2016 Presidential election has stunned political strategists, pundits and reporters alike.

Matthew Dowd, ABC News’ chief political analyst, was one of the first to predict the staying power of Trump and Sanders.

Dowd, who will be joined by KVUE-TV Austin News Anchor Terri Gruca, will share his insights into how journalists and leaders can best serve voters as they report and communicate regarding the road ahead.

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Troubleshooting the Broadcast IP Network

Wednesday, Aug. 10 – 1 pmWayne Pecena

Wayne Pecena will present this tutorial, designed to provide a structured approach to IP network troubleshooting by using a layered approach modeled after the industry standard “OSI Networking” model.

The layer design of the OSI model provides the perfect framework in which to build a structured troubleshooting approach focused upon the Data Flow layer functionality to quickly isolate the root cause issue.

Beginning at the physical level, Pecena will present practical techniques for fault isolation focused on the network medium or cabling. Progressing through the Data Link, Network, and Transport layers a focus will be placed upon using diagnostics built into off-the-shelf managed Layer 2 Ethernet switches and ending with Network and Transport layer performance troubleshooting techniques using protocol analysis.

Pecena serves as the Director of Engineering at Educational Broadcast Services at Texas A&M University. He is responsible for technology and operations of Texas A&M public broadcasting stations KAMU TV & FM.

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