Broadcasters are capitalizing on new technologies, enhancing the delivery of the content and services communities rely on every day across emerging platforms. Investing in the latest innovations, local radio and TV stations are rising to the challenge of meeting the needs of consumers, providing the content they seek anytime, anywhere.
NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith welcomes guests to the Broadcast Innovations conference, held Sept. 7 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.
PILOT InnoMinute: Paul Brenner of NextRadio talks about their app that allows users to access radio broadcasts over the air in FM enabled smartphones. Using the FM radio, users are able to cut down on both battery life and data costs when compared to streaming.
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