September 24-26 | Dallas
September 24-26 | Dallas

Tech Tuesday

We're going all in on tech! Don't miss out on this brand new full-day program, designed exclusively for radio engineers and station technology teams, and free for NAB and RAB members. Registration for both RAB and NAB members and non-members is available through the registration portal and may be reserved exclusively for Tech Tuesday, or as part of the purchase of a full Radio Show registration package.

This full-day educational conference will provide today’s busy radio engineering professional with practical and timely knowledge to improve overall station efficiency and performance, as well as to further engineers’ career development. You’ll hear from some of the industry’s leading subject-matter experts on topics such as audio-over-IP, RF transmission, visual radio and streaming audio, remote backhaul, audio production and processing, data acquisition and protection, hybrid radio and more. You can also take advantage of special networking events designed exclusively for engineers. Need a deeper dive? Your conference registration includes an exhibit hall pass you can use on Wednesday and Thursday for hands-on time with the latest gear.

Tentative Schedule

Opening Keynote:
2019 NAB Radio Engineering Achievement Award winner and well-known radio consulting engineer Gary Cavell, president, Cavell, Mertz & Associates, kicks off Tech Tuesday with a lively presentation on the importance of technology in radio, the value of continuing education for radio engineers and more.

AM Radio’s All-Digital Future?
Will all-digital AM HD Radio provide a solution for revitalizing AM radio broadcasting? Hear from a panel of experts on the subject as they discuss the results of tests and early deployments of this promising technology.

  • David Layer, vice president, Advanced Technology, NAB (moderator)
  • Dave Kolesar, senior broadcast engineer, WTOP-FM/WFED-AM
  • Russ Mundschenk, senior manager, Broadcast Engineering, Xperi

What’s Next in Radio Tech?
What will the future hold for radio technology? A diverse panel of visionaries provides insights into what lies ahead for the industry.

  • Paul McLane, editor, Radio World (Moderator)
  • Michele Laven, president, Strategic Partnerships Group, iHeartMedia
  • Steve Shultis, chief technology officer, New York Public Radio
  • Nick Piggott, project director, RadioDNS
  • Joe D'Angelo, senior vice president, Radio, Xperi
  • Bert Goldman, president, Goldman Engineering Management

Plus numerous breakout sessions from various technology providers, networking time and a special Tech Tuesday Reception.

Contact us today to learn more about Tech Tuesday sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities.

Austin MacCubbin
Account Executive, NAB Conventions and Business Operations
(202) 429-5322