Currents Headlines from the January 2009 Issue
The online headlines from the January 2009 issue of Radio magazine.
Appropriate Use of EAS?
Lubbock, TX, uses EAS to warn of a telephone bank scam.
Nautel's Quincy Office Now Open
The office is staffed by Mark Morrison, Nelson Bohorquez and Jim Krueger in customer support positions, and Steve Schmitt in a sales engineering role.
Vin Scully to be Inducted Into NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame
Scully has been with the Dodgers since 1950 when the team was based in Brooklyn.
CEA: Consumers Want Green Electronics
The study reports that price and features continue to be the primary purchase drivers for CE products, but green attributes will increasingly be a factor.
Greenhut Joins Ibiquity Broadcast Business Development Team
Rick Greenhut will work with stations to upgrade to digital HD Radio technology as director of U.S. broadcast sales.
House Report Investigates FCC Problems Under Martin
A bipartisan investigation was begun because of allegations that Martin abused FCC procedures by manipulating or suppressing reports, data and information.
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