Fujitsu’s Linda Chapman puts on a happy face for registration
TV Japan marketing and sales manager Hitoshi Sonehara
Workers setting up the convention show floor on Sunday.
Las Vegas police outside the Luxor Hotel Monday, after an explosion in the parking garage killed a hotel employee. Many attendees at The National Show are staying at The Luxor.
Advance/Newhouse's Arthur Orduna on a panel session.
Hans Smith, a rigger with Freeman, sets up the hallway banners.
Time Warner's Mike Hayashi on a Sunday panel session.
Retired NCTA executive VP June Travis checks in for the convention.
Mike Connors, dirver for CSPAN-'s 2008 campaign bus, gives the vehicle a shine.
The National Show attendees line up at the registration booth.
Susie Weygandt helps build Gol TV's booth.
Ian Court, design contractor for Pace Technologies, sets up the company's booth.
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