03.01.2007 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com

The NAB show always serves as a place for broadcasters worldwide to gather and learn more about their industry. Not only does it provide the opportunity to see tomorrow's technology today, but also it offers attendees the chance to have questions answered on the technology and policy.

Every year, the Broadcast Engineering staff provides a guide full of comprehensive coverage to help you make the most of this chaotic event. First, we announce the winners of our sixth annual Engineering Excellence Awards competition. We'll recognize these facilities at NAB for their achievement in each of nine categories.

Next, at NAB2007, vendors from around the world will be displaying new solutions and updated favorites, giving broadcasters the chance to shop for a wide range of new technologies. You'll save time and not get lost if you use our map and FASTtrack guide to plan your route through the maze of booths.

Our Exhibit Hall Map with a page-referenced index of broadcast vendors will help you pinpoint your destination among the hundreds of booths and new products.

And our FASTtrack section will make navigating NAB a breeze. Vendors are divided by product categories and then listed geographically for easy reference.

Finally, our DTV Marketplace showcases this year's hottest products. Browse 28 pages of product descriptions and photos to build your ultimate shopping list. Whatever you're looking for, we'll help you find it at NAB.

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