This event is open to any one interested in new technology.
An open invitation is extended to all radio, television, post production and cable technical
personnel.
 
Spokane, WA
Our 6th year
 

Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Location:
 
KSPS-TV Ch. 7
3911 S. Regal St.
Spokane, WA 99223


Contact:
 
Bob Wyatt
(509) 354-7684
 
or
 

Kent Abendroth 

4266 E. 34th Avenue

Spokane, WA 99223-5971

(509) 242-2430

kentabendroth@clearchannel.com

 


Time:

Noon
for food followed by a very short meeting
and then the presentation.

Plan on at least two hours for the presentation and door prize drawings after the lunch.


Chapter 21


Lunch sponsored by

 

Door prize winners
(will be posted soon)
1355 Armour Blvd.
Mundelain, IL 60060
Clark Wire & Cable
1-800-222-5348
www.clarkwire.com
Clark Wire
provided a $50.00 gift certificate at this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue.
 
 The winner is:
Bob Wyatt
Engineering Service Manager
KSPS-TV   (PBS)
Spokane, WA
3565 Nashua Drive
Mississauga, ON L4V 1R1
DSC Laboratories
(905) 673-3211
www.dsclabs.com
DSC Labs
provided a test chart for both color and white balance at this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue.
 
The winner is:
Terrill Constantine
Engineer
Vector Broadcast
Spokane, WA
3 Barker Ave
White Plains, NY 10601
SMPTE
(914) 761-1100
www.smpte.org
SMPTE
 provided a copy on CD of their latest television standards for this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue.
 
The winner is:
Ron Mahan
Media Tech. III
Gonzaga University
Spokane, WA
www.verbatim.com 
Verbatim
products are available at better retail stores all over the world.
 
Verbatim
provided a 10 pack
with Jewel Cases of their
DigitalMovie™ DVD+R
for this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue
 
The winner is:
Kurt Tusler
Broadcast Engineer
KHQ-TV   (NBC)
Spokane, WA
www.corel.com
www.ulead.com
Corel InterVideo Ulead
products are available at better retail stores all over the world.
Corel
InterVideo Ulead
provided a download package of their new
MovieFactory 6
for this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue
 
The winner is:
Tom Alderson
Broadcast Engineer
KHQ-TV   (NBC)
Spokane, WA
www.ntius.com
NTI
products are available at better retail stores all over the world.
NTI
provided for this a copy of their
CD & DVD Maker Titanium
for this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue
 
The winner is:
Jerry Olson, CSRE
Chief Engineer
Spokane Public Radio KPBX - KSFC
Spokane, WA
products available through distributors all over the world.
WWW.AJA.com
AJA
provided
a polo shirt
for this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue
 
The winner is:
Randal Jones
IT Engineer
KAYU-TV 28   FOX
Spokane, WA
products available through distributors all over the world.
WWW.ese-web.com
ESE
provided
a polo shirt
for this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue
 
The winner is:
Charlie George
Broadcast Engineer
KHQ-TV   (NBC)
Spokane, WA

Telecast Fiber
provided
a polo shirt
for this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue
 
The winner is:
Tom Manning
Asst. Chief Engineer
KAYU-TV 28   FOX
Spokane, WA
521 East 3rd Street
Mount Vernon, NY 10553
(914) 667-9700
www.keydigital.com
 
 
Key Digital
provided their
HD Python 16
HDMI Cable
for this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue
 
The winner is:
Dwight B. Sturtevant
Production Engineer
Spokane Sports Television Unit 112
Burbank, CA
521 East 3rd Street
Mount Vernon, NY 10553
(914) 667-9700
www.keydigital.com
Key Digital
provided
a Baseball Cap
for this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue
 
The winner is:
Don McCroskey
Audio/Video Consultant
Burbank, CA
Broadcast Buyers Guide
is providing a one-year subscription to an Engineering Department Workflow Software package ($365 value) to one each of the following organizations:
 
The recipients are:
KSPS-TV   (PBS)
Vector Broadcast
Gonzaga University
KHQ-TV   (NBC)
Spokane Public Radio KPBX - KSFC
KAYU-TV 28   FOX
Clear Channel Radio - Spokane

WWW.LeaderUSA.com

Leader Instruments
provided a
Fanny Pack
for this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue
 
The winner is:
Kent Abendroth
Chief Engineer
Clear Channel Radio - Spokane
Spokane, WA
AM and TVFM Station Search Software
Robert J. Carpenter, W3OTC
provided a
AM and TVFM Station Search Software
for this
Taste of NAB 2007 venue
 
The winner is:
Conrad Agte
Owner
Vector Broadcast
Spokane, WA

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