Currents Headlines from the September 2005 Issue
The online headlines from the September 2005 issue of Radio magazine.
SBE Launches Voluntary Frequency Coordinator Accreditation
The accreditation program is intended to maintain the quality and professionalism of coordination by ensuring consistency of approach and accountability to established standards.
Continental Electronics Makes Management Appointments
Matthew Straeb takes over as director of business development, Don Spragg is hired as the engineering product manager, and Michael Troje assumes the broadcast sales manager role.
APT Appoints Constantine as VP North America Operations
Art Constantine has 30 years of sales experience in pro audio and broadcast with Musicam USA, Modulation Sciences, Fidelipac and Moseley.
Greater Media Detroit Hosts HD Radio Demo
On August 15, the Detroit media were presented with the details of HD Radio, which included car and home HD Radio receiver demonstrations.
BIA Financial Network Acquires Dataworld
The Dataworld products become a part of the BIA data offerings.
Radiosophy Brings Former Gateway Executive Back to South Dakota
Bruce Young is the company's new chief technology officer.
AES Convention Includes Broadcast Events
The Digital Radio Broadcast Forum, now in its 14th year, is the highlight. Other sessions will cover surround sound for digital radio, a celebration of FM's 70th anniversary, and a live audio drama.
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