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Currents Headlines from the September 2011 Issue
The online headlines from the September 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
2012 Radio Show Heads to Dallas
The 2010 Radio Show was held in Washington, DC. The 2005 NAB Radio Show was held in Dallas.
BE Appoints Wilson as Western Regional Sales Manager
Jeff Wilson has more than 15 years of broadcast equipment experience as BE's service manager for digital products.
Comrex Named Verizon LTE Innovation Center Partner
Comrex says the partnership has already produced results with new drivers for several Verizon LTE devices incorporated in the latest Access IP audio codec firmware.
Nautel to Provide HD Radio Training at 2011 Radio Show
Geared toward broadcasters considering HD Radio deployment, this training event will cover everything from basics to more advanced technologies.
Vorsis Study: Is the Loudness War Over?
An independent survey considers the role processing plays in a station's competitive edge.
Harris Appoints Richard Hinkle to Radio Transmission Team
Hinkle joins Harris from Gardner Denver. He previously worked at Broadcast Electronics and Glenayre Electronics.
WHUR-World Wins 2011 HD Radio Multicast Award
WHUR-World previously won the award in 2008.
SBE Recognizes 2011 Ennes Award Recipients
Michael West, Jason David and Clint Mason have been selected by the Ennes Scholarship Committee to receive funding to further their education.
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See video demonstrations of the top 15 new products from the 2011 NAB Show.
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