12.23.2008 12:32 PM
Satellite 2009 Conference and Expo to examine hot trends

Should television news directors send a satellite newsgathering vehicle to cover a story, or a reporter with a laptop?

That along with other important topics will be discussed at the Satellite 2009 Conference and Exhibition, March 24-27 in Washington, D.C., at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

Keynote addresses and conference sessions will cover topics including:

  • The Markets You Can't Miss: Where Satellite Service Companies Will Place Their Bets in the Next Five Years
  • Commercial Military SatCom 2009: Recession-Proof?
  • How Fast is too Fast? Betting the Ranch on Technology Adoption
  • What's Next for the Mobile Satellite Industry?
  • Middle East and Africa: Long-term play?
  • Satellite Newsgathering: Send a Truck or Send a Laptop?
  • Public Safety and Homeland Security Applications

For more information, visit www.satellite2009.com.

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