Even while traditional broadcasters struggle with their future business models in a digital age, they are constantly being subjected to new equipment technologies. How can broadcast technical staff keep up?

29 y 30 Junio 2015 | POR DOS DÍAS, EXPERTOS Y CREATIVOS CON GRANDES PRODUCTOS Y SOLUCIONES PARA LA INDUSTRIA DEL BROADCAST

One of the America’s most prominent equipment sales organizations Broadcast Depot (an LBA Technology distributor) has stepped up to the plate with its Broadcast Education Workshop – 2015. Being held in Miami, FL June 29 – 30, 2015 at the Intercontinental Hotel, this bilingual conference has tapped prominent equipment manufacturers for experts to present 36 practical workshops to about 300 media engineers and technologists attending from the US, Caribbean, and Latin America.

The Broadcast Education Workshop Exhibit Hall also shows the latest technology and solutions that have just launched. LBA Technology is honored to have been provided a stand to show our broadcast antenna, test, and lightning protection products.

LBA Technology Director of Broadcast Sales, Javier Castillo, is hosting the LBA stand and is also a featured presenter. His workshop, “New Lightning Protection Methods for the Broadcaster”, discusses the latest lightning protection technology and applications to antennas and towers.

About The Author

Lawrence Behr

Lawrence Behr is CEO of LBA Group and is an accomplished writer and public speaker on radio frequency matters. His experience with RF and electromagnetic compatibility matters spans over 50 years. He is an RCA Fellow and an SBE Fellow. Lawrence is a long-time amateur operation (K4JRZ) and enjoys hiking and canoeing.

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