IEEE Broadcast Symposium
Broadcast Leadership Through Relentless Change
This year’s IEEE Broadcast Symposium comes to the beautiful new NAB headquarters in Washington DC on
Tuesday November 14 and Wednesday November 15. You are invited to attend and participate this year in
thought-provoking presentations on the technical aspects of broadcast transmission for radio and television.
The presentations will cover a diverse cross section of topics by industry experts and practitioners including
both radio and TV subjects. They will provide real world experience and technical expertise on current and
future broadcast transmission topics in an industry faced with relentless change. The focus will be on helping
the audience benefit from what others have learned solving problems in today’s broadcast systems.
Our keynote speakers are from distinctly different areas of engineering and will offer insights and unique
information to enrich attendees. On Tuesday a joint IEEE/AFCCE luncheon will be held and will feature
keynote speaker IEEE president elect Tom Coughlin as well as announcement and awarding of the Jules
Cohen Engineering Achievement Award. On Wednesday we will have a yet to be announced keynote
This symposium continues to provide technically focused information for broadcast technical leaders in a
forum where they can feel free to ask questions, gain deeper understanding and challenge conventional
wisdom. Each presentation will allow for robust question and answer time with up to 45 minutes available
for each speaker.Several panel sessions will allow for diverse thought on a particular topic.
We look forward to greeting you at NAB headquarters on M st in Washington DC on Tuesday November 14
and Wednesday November 15.
2023 Conference Chairman