Currents Headlines from the April 2011 Issue
The online headlines from the April 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
Radio magazine Honored in Missouri Association of Publications 5th Annual Ranly Awards
Facility Showcase in the December 2010 issue wins the Best Written Single Article award.
Art Constantine Dies in Traffic Accident
He and wife Lisa Schub were killed after their motorcycle collided with a New Jersey State Police cruiser.
Senate Bill Reintroduces FCC Tech Expertise Requirement
Senate Bill 611 is, in effect, a replacement bill for S.2881 that was introduced last year.
SBE 2011 Membership Drive Begins
The grand prize is a trip to the SBE National Meeting in Columbus, OH, in September.
Bye-Bye so Zune? (HD, That Is)
Microsoft may orphan its Zune HD media player.
NAB Announces 2011 Crystal Radio Awards Finalists
Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service.
Michigan Broadcasters Recognize Engineering Achievements for 2011
The Michigan Association of Broadcasters has awarded the 2011 Carl E. Lee Broadcast Engineering Excellence Awards to Ralph Haines III and Michael Laemers.
131st AES 131st Calls for Broadcast/Media Streaming Papers
The convention will be held Oct. 20-23, 2011, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York.
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