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Currents Headlines from the June 2012 Issue
The online headlines from the June 2012 issue of Radio magazine.
Survey respondents would pay 30 cents - about the cost of the radio chip - to have it available in their phones.
Insignia partnered with the IAAIS to add the features most requested by those Americans with vision loss or impairment.
Surges in digital and network and a significant increase in off-air combined with a stable spot sector led to the positive results.
Ajit Pai and Jessica Rosenworcel bring the FCC to its full compliment.
Ben Barber has been the COO of Inovonics since 2007.
Onan was most recently with Broadcast Electronics.
With the June 30, 2012, CAP-compliance deadline looming, the DASDEC-II has been approved for station use.
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.
The Pick Hits of the 2012 NAB Show, new products from the 2012 NAB Show, KSBJ rebuilds, and Field Reports on the Yellowtec iXm and Aphex HeadPod 4.
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