The Taste of NAB Road Show is not affiliated with the National Association of Broadcasters.
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Total Road Show attendance in 2005 = 1447
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This page last up dated: November 28, 2008
The following companies have committed and are underwriting this effort:
 Low Power FM, VHF & UHF Television Translators, Transmitters & Boosters (Digital & Analog) High Power Television Transmitters
(541) 902-2424
Larcan press release on the Road Show
The Latest in Holographic storage
2000 Pike Road
Longmont, Colorado 80501
(720) 494 7420 - (541) 902-2424
Henry Engineering
503 Key Vista Drive
Sierra Madre, CA 91024 USA
TEL: (626) 355-3656
FAX: (626) 355-0077
E-MAIL: Info@henryeng.com

  Clocks, Counters, and DAs for nearly anything

  Dealers & Distributor around the world
(541) 902-2424
Broadcast Automation Solutions
545 E. John Carpenter Frwy,
 Ste 200
   Irving, Texas 75062 USA
(972) 444-8442
Media Servers
Broadcast and Video
965 Stewart Drive
Sunnyvale, CA 94085-3913
Tel: (408) 585-5000
Fax: (408) 585-5099 (Fax)

RIEDEL Communications
The Communications People
Tel: (818) 563-4100

The cost-effective, modular approach to MPEG Encoding & Transcoding.

(415) 249-0100
Fax: (415) 249-0150
12A World's Fair Dr.
Somerset, NJ 08873
(732) 302-3090
Fax: (732) 302-0206



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The following companies are donating door prizes for this year's Taste of NAB Road Show.
Some drawings will take place at each venue and others prizes will be drawn for at the end of the Road Show.

These prizes will be drawn for at each venue.
AJA Video will be giving away a T-shirt
Winners will be posted on each venue's page.

The winner may apply this to an existing order, place a new order worth $50.00, or a larger order  and subtract the difference. Winners will be contacted, sent a Clark Wire & Cable Catalog and referred to our wed site so they can choose.

Clark Wire & Cable is donating a $50.00 gift certificate toward any Clark Wire & Cable product including, but not limited to, the many companies they represent, such as ADC, Neutrik, Canare, Paladin and many others. The gift certificate is in the form of a $50.00 credit to the winners account.
Tel: (800) Cable-it
Winners will be posted on each venue's page.

Winners will be posted on each venue's page.

InterVideo is supplying one of the following items as door prizes at alternate venues - one DVD Copy 3 at one venue and one Media One at the next venue, and so on..
ESE will be giving away a Polo shirt
Winners will be posted on each venue's page.
ADS is providing 15 DVDXpress and 15 InstantMusic units. We will give them away at venues that have over 20 in attendance until we run out.



Click on the pix above for a link to the item and more info.

 The Society of Motion Picture
 Television Engineers
is donating a CD of their latest TV Standards.
Winners will be posted on each venue's page.
DSC Labs is donating a handy little Pocket size ColorBar/Gray Scale Test Pattern card for both 16x9 and 4x3 aspect ratios .
dsc@dsclabs.com Tel: (905) 673-3211  Fax: (905) 673-0929 http://www.DSCLabs.com
Winners will be posted on each venue's page.
DSC Labs also made up small pin-on Chip Chart badges for those in attendance.
More door prizes to come

The expensive door prizes!

These prizes will be drawn for at the end of the Road Show

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Fluke, for the 4th year, has, once again  provided a
Model 189 multimeter and the winner is:


Randy Young,
Field Technician
Michael Patton & Associates
Baton Rouge, LA

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AJA, for the 2nd year, has, once again  donated the following:
1 x FR1D 1RU rack mount frame with dual supplies, 1 x HD-SDI to SDI, YPbPr/RGB/NTSC/PAL down-converter and 1x4 HD-SDI distribution amplifier, 1 x RH10UC high definition upconverter, SDI to HD and the winner is:
Dale Scherbring,
Vice President
Director of Engineering
Pappas Telecasting Companies
Omaha, NE


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Pixel Instruments has provided two
Model AD2100 Stereo Audio Delay Synchronizers and the winners
Frank McLemore, Engineer
Communications & Electronics, Inc.
Phenix City, AL
Bob Connelly, Broadcast Engineer
Wyoming Public TV
Riverton, WY

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Henry Engineering has provided a StudioDrive Integrated PC Studio System
Tom Green, CSTE
Senior Maintenance & Operations Engineer
Charlotte, NC

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ADS has provided its Dual-Link SDI Converter which provides a seamless methodology for Betacam transcoding and NLE production.

Craig Pocock,
Video Engineer
Central Connecticut State University
Dept. of Media Services
New Britain, CT

Coaxial Dynamics has provided a
and the winner is:
Kevin Howie, CET, MA
Assistant Chief Engineer
Boynton Beach, FL

Burst Electronics has  provided a Model LG-1 which holds one non-volatile logo with an RS-232 interface and the winner is:
Jimmy N. Gamble, Jr.
Chief Engineer
Durham, NC

Chuck Pharis has provided a copy of the original art work for the Indian Head Test Pattern and the winner is:
Randall Miller, Engineer
Medford, OR

has provided this GPS device ---->

An eTrex Legend C by Garmin. It’s a pocket-sized handheld that brings color, automatic routing, longer battery life and more to the popular eTrex Legend. It is colorful, lightweight, easy-to-use handheld for out hiking, biking, boating or even geocaching. The eTrex Legend C is Garmin’s smallest GPS. It combines a color TFT display and advanced GPS routing capabilities in a waterproof design.

And the winner is:


John Billiard,
Asst. Chief Engineer
WXIN Fox 59 / WLTV WB4
Tribune Television Indiana
Indianapolis, IN

and the winner is:
Patrick C. Fennacy
Fresno, CA

Leader Instruments has provided a special scope and the winner is:

Michigan Career & Technical Institute
11611 Pine Lake Rd.
Plainwell, MI

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