We’re gearing up for an exciting month of virtual events at NAB! Don’t miss these opportunities to learn and connect with your industry. 

NAB Show New York, October 19-29: To the visionaries, the disruptors and the thousands of media and entertainment professionals, this all-new digital experience is designed to ensure you continue pushing the bounds of content each and every day. 

Radio Show, October 5-9: The audio community is coming together for the most important week of the year to share strategies, best practices, insights and solutions to help you succeed in a changing environment. 

Sales and Marketing Television Exchange, October 14-15: Experience live and on-demand programming, including engaging panel discussions from industry thought-leaders, networking opportunities, entertainment and, most importantly, revenue-generating sales strategies. 

We Are Broadcasters 

NAB Launches New Ad Campaign Spotlighting Importance of Local Broadcasting: The new spots highlight the role local broadcasters have played in providing fact-based reporting and lifeline coverage of significant events nationwide over the past six months, including the COVID-19 pandemic, civil protests and unrest over racial equality, wildfires and hurricanes and the 2020 political elections. Stations can download the spots, which are available in English and Spanish for TV and radiohere

#Radio100 Moments: We’re celebrating radio’s 100th anniversary by looking back at the greatest moments in radio’s history. We hope you’ll join us in sharing your favorite radio memories throughout 2020. Use the hashtag #Radio100 so we can amplify your posts. 

NAB Pilot 

PILOT Offers Media Technology and Innovation Scholarships: PILOT has announced it will continue its Media Technology and Innovation Scholarships program by offering up to four scholarships of $2,500 each in 2021. Students eligible to apply include current college sophomores, juniors, seniors entering graduate school and graduate students, for pursuit of studies related to broadcast engineering, media technology and innovation.  

New on the PILOT Blog: Datacasting for Remote Learning: Given that over-the-air broadcasting continues to be the most efficient way for delivering a piece of content to many receivers, a potential “killer app” for broadcasters is datacasting. There are many types of services that are well-suited for datacasting, such as near video-on-demand, targeted advertising, software download or update services. This blog post focuses on using datacasting for remote learning.