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Program At 2009 NAB Show To Focus On Potential Impact Of President Obama’s Communications Policies
“With a new administration, new developments in the DTV transition, and the potential for significant policy changes, the broadcast industry has more than its share of challenges.” - ABS President Mark Siegel
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Systems integration firm Advanced Broadcast Solutions (ABS) will serve as the official and exclusive event sponsor for the Joint NAB/RTNDA Open Breakfast at the upcoming 2009 NAB Show in Las Vegas, with a program entitled “Change.Gov – The Insider’s Look at Washington” that will feature journalists sharing their insights on how President Obama’s proposed communications policies and approaches will impact the traditional broadcast news strategy and operation.

The breakfast is scheduled from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. on Tuesday, April 21, in Ballroom A of the Las Vegas Hilton. The Joint NAB/RTNDA Open Breakfast is open to all NAB Show attendees who have purchased a Broadcast Engineering Conference or Broadcast Management Conference ticket.

ABS President Mark Siegel will make opening remarks at the breakfast. “With a new administration, new developments in the DTV transition, and the potential for significant policy changes, the broadcast industry has more than its share of challenges,” said Siegel. “We are proud to support broadcasters by sponsoring the Joint NAB/RTNDA Open Breakfast.”

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