The 2010 NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) trade show took place in Las Vegas in April. CRAS instructors Kevin Becka and Robert Brock attended to keep CRAS’s finger on the pulse of sound in the broadcast world. While much of the NAB show is oriented toward the visual side of broadcast, it’s important to remember that video without sound is called “surveilence” 😉 That’s why companies like AVID (Pro Tools), SSL, Studer, DPA and many more are found at the show demonstrating the latest in audio for video technology. Many CRAS graduates find their way into the broadcast market working with sound for television shows ranging from sitcoms to sports oriented programming. Check out photos from the show here.