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Hello, America

Posted on Wednesday, April 11th, 2012 at 1:09 pm. #

Welcome to fabulous Las Vegas Nevada

For the third year running, I’ll be at the NAB Show next week in Las Vegas, working with the RadioDNS Project, and also speaking at the Digital Strategies Exchange for Radio conference.

RadioDNS is open technology that lets broadcast radio and the internet work together: enhancing the listener experience, and making radio better. This year, our booth is more ambitious than ever, with – if all goes to plan – a number of live demonstrations for both RadioVIS (radio with pictures), RadioEPG (better tuning and service-following) and RadioTAG (interactive radio). Visit the RadioDNS Project’s for broadcasters page to learn more about these. We’ll be at booth C547 in the Central Hall; there’ll be Cadbury’s English chocolates to tempt you in, too. If you’d like to talk, just pop along, or mail us at feedback@radiodns.org to guarantee the right people are there to help you.

My talk at the Digital Strategies Exchange for Radio conference will touch on RadioDNS, of course, but also discuss the Radioplayer and radio’s multiplatform future. If you’re in US radio, I guarantee you a set of new perspectives and new ideas. I’m on the Wednesday at 3.00pm. Nick Piggott will be talking more about RadioDNS at 4.00pm.

If you’re in Las Vegas, it would be great to see you – particularly if the “seeing you” bit comes complete with beer. Please do drop me an email – james@cridland.net – if you’d like to catch up.

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