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Currents Headlines from the February 2012 Issue
The online headlines from the February 2012 issue of Radio magazine.
Some highlights: CAP converters are allowed, but governor must-carry is denied.
The number of consumers saying they at least heard of HD Radio has dropped.
Past recipients include Roger Karwoski, Chuck Leavens, Don Danko, John Kean and Doug Vernier.
The company says the name change better reflects the evolution of its business.
The tuner is already built in to the Curve 9360 and 9380 phones.
There are now 109 different HD Radio offerings available in vehicles, encompassing 22 different brands.
New HD Radio receivers range in price from $60 to $150.
Links to the advertisers in each issue of Radio magazine.
The weekly Currents Online Email, and the twice-monthly Digital Radio Update and New Products Extra are full of the latest information....
All the important radio broadcast events are listed on the Radio magazine events calendar.
WAOK uses Method of Moments modeling, IBOC update, the Tieline Bridge-IT is taken on the road, and new EAS rules are released.
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Minneapolis Public Schools upgrades their aging equipment with new Audio over IP technology
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