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This week on "The Communicators," NAB President David Rehr will discuss the broadcast digital transition and NAB’s opposition to legislation that would require commercial radio stations to pay royalties to performers of music.

"The Communicators" will air Saturday, March 14 on C-SPAN at 6:30 pm ET, Monday, March 16 on C-SPAN 2 at 8 am ET and 8 pm ET.

"The Communicators" is a weekly series examining the people and events shaping telecommunications policy. Past interviews can be viewed by visiting


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NAB President to Appear on C-SPAN's 'The Communicators' March 14

Silicon Graphics-SGI NAB '09 Technology Briefing: Come to lunch with us, take a load off! High performance media servers, rendering, encoding, encryption, decoding, distribution and media management for production and active-archive SGI has coordinated a presentation to address these issues with our partners. Topics will include high-performance computing, storage, content management, backup/recovery, archiving and visualization. The agenda is structured with a focus on education, along with time to network with colleagues and manufacturers. Where: Las Vegas Renaissance Hotel First Floor – Ballroom II (Across from the LVCC South Hall) When: Monday, April 20, 2008 11:00 am – 1:00 pm RSVP for Session 1 to OR Tuesday, April 21, 2008 11:00 am – 1:00 pm RSVP for Session 2 to Space is limited and we expect this to be a popular topic, so please RSVP as soon as possible. Please indicate which session you would like to attend.

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