This event is open to any one interested in new technology.
An open invitation is extended to all radio, television, post production and cable technical
personnel.
Seattle, WA
Our 4th year

Wednesday, September 6, 2006

Location:
 
KCPQ / KMYQ
(formally KTWB)
1813 Westlake Ave. North
Seattle, WA.  98109
(206) 674-1313

 


Contact:
 

Steve Lockwood

Hatfield & Dawson

(206) 783-9151

lockwood@hatdaw.com

 

Tom McGinley  CPBE, CBNT

1000 Dexter Avenue N., Ste. 100

Seattle, WA 98109

(206) 805-1112

K7QA@aol.com

 

Time:

Noon
for lunch followed by a very short meeting
and then

 

The Road Show presentation

 

Please plan on no less than two hours for the presentation which will be followed by the door prize drawings.
 

These Patrons are providing you with refreshments.
Analog to digital and digital to analog
Audio & Video
 
Television Automation

800.243.2001

www.dtgtv.com
Winners will be posted on each venue's page.
Clark Wire & Cable is donating a $50.00 gift certificate to be awarded at each venue as a door prize.
 
(800) Cable-it

and the winner is:
Clay Freinwald, K7CR
Corporate Engineer
Entercom Seattle
Winners will be posted on each venue's page.
ESE will be giving away a Polo shirt at each venue.

and the winner is:
Michael Goodman
Director of Engineering
Fox-13 & WB-22  Tribune Pacific Northwest
 Winners will be posted on each venue's page.
Pomona Electronics is giving away an XLR/triple binding post/RJ11 adapter.
www.pomonaelectronics.com

and the winner is:
Michael H. Gilbert
Regional Engineer
Multicultural Radio Broadcasting
Winners will be posted on each venue's page.
Fluke is giving away a set of wire strippers.

and the winner is:
Terry Denbrook
Chief Engineer
Puget Sound Public Radio - KUOW
 
www.intervideo.com
InterVideo is giving away the latest versions of their DVD Copy software at this venue
    

and the winner is:
Terry Spring
Chief Engineer
KWPX-TV 33 DT-32
 
www.ulead.com
Ulead is giving away their VideoStudio software at this venue
   

and the winner is:
Randy Fleehart
Broadcast Engineer
KWPX-TV 33 DT-32
 
www.adstech.com
ADS Tech is giving away their Instant Music hardware/software at this venue
  

and the winner is:
Dana Davis
Student
Bates Technical College
www.ntius.com
NTI is giving away their CD & DVD Maker 7 Deluxe Suite Titanium software.

and the winner is:
Ron Diotte
Chief Engineer
KSTW-TV

www.verbatim.com

Verbatim is giving away a ten pack of their DVDR at this venue

             


and the winner is:
Adam Martin
Student
Bates Technical College
www.omneon.com
Omneon VideoNetworks will be giving away a Polo shirt at each venue.


and the winner is:
Alex Brewster
Technician
Jim Dalke Engineering
www.aja.com
AJA Video Systems will be giving away a Polo shirt at each venue. 


and the winner is:
Maeli McFarland
Student
Bates Technical College
&

and the winner is:
Jim Dalke
Broadcast Engineer
Jim Dalke Engineering

Tech-Notes Taste of NAB Patch


and the winner is:

 

Gary Engard, CPBE
Independent Broadcast Engineer

Order of Patch


and the winner is:

 

Steve Hunter
Maintenance Engineer
KVOS-TV - Clear Channel

Chuck Pharis is providing copies of the original art work for the Indian Head Test Pattern at all venues with 30 or more in attendance.

www.pharis-video.com

and the winner is:
 
 
 
Gary Emgard. CPBE
Independent Broadcast Engineer

Cobalt Digital is providing a T-Shirt at each venue


and the winner is:
Letisha Vandervast
Student
Bates Technical College
Omnia is providing a serious audio processing tool that can be used on your PC.
and the winner is:
Dave Grant, WA7TOM
Engineer
Manon Engineering, Inc.

Broadcast Buyers Guide is providing both an uncalibrated TV antenna  at all venues for those who want one and a one-year subscription to an Engineering Department Workflow Software package to one luck attendee. ($365 value).

and the winner of the Engineering Resources software package is:

Thomas R. McGinley
Director of Engineering
CBS Radio Seattle
DSC Labs will continue to supply souvenir badges to all attendees at each venue,
WWW.DSCLabs.com
dsc@dsclabs.com
(905) 673-3211 
 

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