The new open project service RadioDNS has booked a place at the NAB Show in Las Vegas from April 10th to 15th.
The team will be on hand throughout to explain to visitors what the service is all about, in response to interest from US broadcasters.
Nick Piggott, who was this week elected Chairperson at RadioDNS said: “We’re very pleased with the amount of interest from US broadcasters in the project, and it’s gratifying to have support from ClearChannel, the NAB and others in the US radio industry. Our belief is that RadioDNS’s openness makes it attractive to broadcasters and device manufacturers, and its simplicity means that it’s easy and cost-effective to implement. Providing a connection between broadcast radio and the Internet could unlock significant new value for radio, and re-invigorate the perceptions of radio’s digital options.”
RadioDNS currently has over 40 supporters, and around 1,500 entries for radio stations. Project members will be on hand at stand C1329 to discuss what RadioDNS can do, the various way broadcasters can get involved, and demonstrating RadioDNS technology uses.