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TV Magic Announces Presenters for NRB Tech Lab

SAN DIEGO — Feb. 7, 2007 — Broadcast systems integrator TV Magic today announced that broadcast technology companies including Apple, JVC, Grass Valley, Panasonic, and Sony will be hosting Tech Lab demonstrations at the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Convention & Exposition, which runs from Feb. 17-20 in Orlando, Fla.

The Tech Lab, presented by the NRB and TV Magic for the third consecutive year, serves as a unique venue in which attendees can explore the latest video, audio, and new media technologies; participate in educational sessions; and learn from the experts through lectures and roundtable discussions. A series of half-hour vendor demo sessions are scheduled to take place over the course of the NRB exhibition. The Tech Lab at NRB 2007 will emphasize new production technologies including HD systems and tapeless recording products, as well as distribution techniques such as podcasting and media delivery over the Web.

Leading vendors will be a part of the Tech Lab, which will be open throughout the exhibition for hands-on demonstrations at individual vendor booths. More information about participating vendors is available online at www.nrbconvention.org.

Schedule:
Sunday, Feb. 18
On Sunday, Feb. 18, vendor demonstrations will include “Affordable HD Tools – Part 1,” presented by JVC at 1:40 p.m.; “HDTV – Where Are We At,” a panel discussion hosted by Paul Crouch Jr. of TBN at 3 p.m.; and “Affordable HD Tools – Part 2,” presented by Panasonic at 4:15 p.m.

Monday, Feb. 19
Demonstrations are scheduled for Monday, Feb. 19, beginning at 10:15 a.m. with “Portable Audio Recording Technologies,” presented by Sony Electronics, followed at 11 a.m. by “Radio – State of the State Technology,” a panel discussion led by Bill Lyons of EMF Broadcasting. From noon to 12:30 p.m., Comrex will present on BRIC technology and IP for remote broadcasts. Sony will present on HD workflow at 2:20 p.m.

Tuesday, Feb. 20
The last day of the exhibition will feature an 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. panel discussion, “New Directions in New Media,” about media options with respect to the Web, cell phones, iPods, and other devices. “Cell Phone Media Options” will be presented from noon to 12:30 p.m., and Apple will be offering a mobile podcasting demo entitled “Creating Enhanced Podcasts” from 12:45 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.

“It‘s great to be a part of the Tech Lab at NRB again this year,” said TV Magic President Stephen Rosen. “There is such a breadth and depth of options for ministries looking to improve their communications through broadcast media, and the demonstrations scheduled at the Tech Lab promise to educate attendees on the potential of today‘s forward-looking technologies. This unique opportunity enables religious broadcasters to see firsthand the types of solutions they can implement in their own production and broadcast workflows to enrich the experience for their congregations, whether in their home facilities or over platforms including radio, television, the Internet, and even portable media.”

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About NRB
National Religious Broadcasters is an international association of Christian broadcasters and communicators. Its mission is to keep the doors of the electronic media open for the transmission of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It is the preeminent organization of Christian electronic media, and its annual conventions draw experts from around the nation — and the world — to encourage and educate its members in the newest technology, organizational strategies, communication trends, and ministry opportunities. NRB conventions also highlight some of the most vital and controversial issues of the day, and through a stellar panel of speakers, bring Biblical insight to those cultural debates. For information on the Orlando, Fla. convention, Feb. 17-20, 2007, go to www.NRB.org, or call 703 330 7000. For media inquiries, ask for Craig Parshall, senior vice president and general counsel, or e-mail him at: cparshall@nrb.org.

About TV Magic
TV Magic is a California-based broadcast and A/V systems integrator and engineering company committed to providing its customers with the highest-quality service in the industry. No matter the size, scope, or sophistication of the project, TV Magic has the experience, the knowledge, and the talent to define and meet its technical requirements. The company leverages today’s technology to deliver turnkey solutions for a variety of applications and customers from broadcast facilities to HD production, to installed A/V solutions and many more. TV Magic prides itself on developing partnerships with customers and vendors that lead to successful long-term relationships. For additional information, please visit www.TVMagic.tv.

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