Burst Heads to Las Vegas for NAB – Booth C9908

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Burst, a Denver-based system integrator, will exhibit at NAB2006. NAB is the largest electronic media show in the world. It covers the all aspects of broadcasting.

From April 22 to April 27, 2006, Burst will join nearly 1,400 exhibitors from 130 countries at the Las Vegas Convention Center at NAB 2006, the most comprehensive showcase of electronic media in the world. Nearly 100,000 spectators are expected to attend this event, which covers the entire spectrum of media.

Though 2006 marks Burst’s first year as a NAB exhibitor, the company has been involved at NAB in a variety of ways over the years. Last year, Burst’ designed the master control for NAB-HD, the functioning broadcast station located on the 2005 NAB exhibit floor. Additionally, Burst earned a 2005 Pick Hit award for technological innovation for the new LARCAN PLUS series, a complete digital transmission solution to LPTV broadcasters.

This year, in addition to exhibiting, Burst will be part of the NAB 2006 educational program. Scott Barella, VP Engineering, will present a paper entitled, Designing the Digital Transmitter Facility on April 22. The aim of Barella’s presentation is to educate those who want to learn more about the fundamentals and make-up of a sound DTV transmission plant or shore up an existing facility.

Kirk Basefsky, president of Burst, explained, “We’ve been in business for nearly 15 years and lately we’ve been gaining a lot of ground with our systems integration work. NAB seemed to present at great opportunity to meet with clients and tell our story.”

Find out more at http://www.burstvideo.com, or contact Kirk Basefsky at 303-858-9848.

About Burst

Burst designs, engineers and installs creative, integrated systems for video, broadcast technologies. Burst specializes in bundled solutions to complex projects, from hardware and software, to installation and training. Owned and managed by Kirk Basefsky and Robin Heywood since 1991, Burst is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, with satellite offices located in Arizona, California, Kansas, New Mexico, Texas and Utah.


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