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Currents Headlines from the January 2010 Issue
The online headlines from the January 2010 issue of Radio magazine.
Omnia Releases More Free Presets
The presets are created by Omnia users and the Omnia support team.
RAB, NAB Create Expanded Working Relationship
Part of the agreement: The Fall Radio Show will be a joint production of the RAB and the NAB.
Local Community Radio Act Clears House of Representatives
If enacted, the bill will allow new low-power commercial stations to apply for licenses.
Senate Bill Seeks Greater FCC Technical Resources
Sen. Olympia Snowe introduced the action to modify the Communications Act of 1934.
CPR Taps Day Sequerra and DTS-Neural for Yo-Yo Ma Surround Broadcast
Day Sequerra, DTS-Neural, Neumann and other equipment are part of the equipment lineup.
SBE Taps Madison, WI, for 2010 National Meeting
The Society of Broadcast Engineers national meeting will be held during the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Broadcasters Clinic Oct. 26-28, 2010.
NAB Hires Keenom for State Association Outreach
Sue Keenom joins the NAB as senior vice president. She was previously with the International Women's Forum Leadership Foundation.
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