04.01.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Explore digital landscape at NAB2003

Radio and television broadcasters will survey new opportunities offered by digital technologies during the Digital Landscape session track at NAB2003 on Sunday, April 6.

Digital television and radio both made their debuts at past NAB conventions. Moving forward, NAB2003's Digital Landscape will focus on where broadcasters go from here. The sessions will explore new revenue opportunities and new partnerships and provide stations with guidance on how to incorporate their digital facilities into long-range business plans. Composed of two separate sessions for television and radio, this series will conclude with a reception showcasing exhibitors offering products for broadcasters' digital plans.

The digital television (DTV) session will feature opening emarks by Richard E. Wiley, partner, Wiley Rein & Fielding, following which a panel will explore new revenue opportunities offered by DTV. The session will be moderated by Gary Arlen, president, Arlen Communications and panelists will include Michael DeClue, vice president & director of engineering, Clear Channel Communications; Patrick Griffis, director of worldwide media standards, Microsoft Corporation; Lakish Hatalkar, emerging media strategist, Proctor & Gamble; and Sam Matheny, vice president & general manager, WRAL/DTV Plus.

For more information visit www.nab.org.

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