From The Street, the big things that came out of this years NAB.
From the post:
1) “Apple will polish low-budget content
The new version creates fabulous-looking content and comes chock full of first-rate Hollywood effects, including smart image compositing, automated music editing, advanced sound effects and more. Effectively, Apple is offering a full-fledged HD production studio for $1,299 — or about one-hundredth the cost of what FoxSports pays for one it is new HD sports trucks.
2) Local broadcast TV will come to your cell phone
What is new is that your local TV — the exact feed your local broadcaster emits — will be coming to cell phones sometime next year. Expect some neat new riffs on traditional broadcast TV with the service: Real-time traffic information for exactly where you want to go is probably my favorite.
3) HD Radio will get real
Just like cell-phone networks that made the transition from analog to digital in decades past, new digital broadcast networks will provide a full range of new services. Conditional access will allow for highly targeted radio feeds to groups as little as a few hundred. Forget KROK. You’ll get YourROK.”