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Diagnostic Imaging to Deliver Its 11th Annual Webcast of Key Events Taking Place at RSNA 2008
Date:11/24/2008

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Diagnostic Imaging will produce its 11th Annual Webcast From the RSNA based on proceedings from the upcoming Radiology Society of North America Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting taking place in Chicago, IL, from November 30th through December 5th. This popular resource will feature daily coverage of events taking place and will be available on DiagnosticImaging.com.

"The webcast allows viewers the opportunity to join our team of editors as they navigate the clinical sessions and exhibit halls for breaking scientific and business news," says John Hayes, Editor of Diagnostic Imaging. "In addition, coverage will also include the latest developments in imaging technologies and applications."

Viewers will gain insight through the reporting of news, special features and opinion pieces as well as in-depth business analysis. In addition, the Webcast will also provide an extensive image gallery of events taking place as well as allowing users to search by topic, modality or date.

Since its initial debut 11 years ago, Diagnostic Imaging's Annual Webcast From the RSNA continues to be a much-anticipated tool for keeping imaging professionals updated on the latest developments taking place at this key international event.

A recent survey indicated that 60% of surveyed radiologists will not attend RSNA this year, but feel it is relevant to their profession. For those unable to attend, the 11th Annual Webcast From the RSNA conveniently brings the meeting to their in-boxes and is also archived on DiagnosticImaging.com. The RSNA Webcast is one example of Diagnostic Imaging's ongoing commitment to rapidly disseminate the most current, practical, and authoritative information as it affects all aspects of the imaging field.

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