Currents Headlines from the March 2010 Issue
The online headlines from the March 2010 issue of Radio magazine.
2010 NAB Engineering Achievement Award Winners: Steve Church and Mark Richer
The awards, first established in 1959, are given to individuals for their significant contributions that have advanced the state of the art of broadcast engineering.
FCC Survey: 93 Million Americans Disconnected from Broadband Opportunities
The survey cites cost and digital literacy are the main barriers to broadband adoption.
Inovonics Hires Lukas Hurwitz in Sales and Marketing
Lukas Hurwitz has held positions in sales and marketing and is also an accomplished musician.
United Screens Media Acquires Klotz Digital
Dr. Andreas Gruettner has been appointed the new CEO of the console and router manufacturer.
2010 NAB Show Looks to go Green
A green newsroom and other efforts are being used to make the convention more eco-friendly.
BIA/Kelsey Forecasts Local Advertising Revenues Through 2014
Following declines through 2011, BIA/Kelsey expects a rebound in local media spending beginning in 2012.
Arbitron Expands Radio Advisory Council
The move adds additional representation for networks, digital radio, public radio, urban and Spanish stations.
SCMS to Distribute NeoGroupe Products
NeoGroupe produces software that interfaces with Telos phone systems for call screening and contest management.
FCC Looks to Revise Ex Parte Rules
As part of its own procedural review, the FCC seeks to improve the transparency and effectiveness of its decision-making process.
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