01.28.2005 12:00 AM
NAB Seeks Contributors to Engineering Handbook
The association has announced that the 10th edition of the publication is in the works, with TV veteran Ed Williams as editor in chief. Also working on the project are Graham Jones, director of communications engineering at NAB, and David H. Layer, the director of advanced engineering for the association.

NAB has issued a call for industry leaders to contribute. "If you have relevant knowledge and experience that you are willing to share, NAB is offering an opportunity for you to participate in this premiere publication as a contributing author."

The 10th edition of the reference book will contain new sections on advanced radio and television, digital audio, video and data technologies, "with emphasis on practical information for working broadcast engineers."

Interested authors should contact Ed Williams by Feb. 15 via e-mail to handbookeditor@nab.org.


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