October 2004 Contents Online
Featured headlines from the Currents Online in the October issue.
Kahn Continues Crusade Against IBOC AM HD Radio Standard
Despite revealing very little of his proposed alternative, Leonard Kahn has renewed his opposition to HD Radio.
Microsoft Mimics Radio
The same playlists, but no commercials or chatter on MSN Music, as stations are formatted like San Francisco's KBLX, "The Quiet Storm," New York's WNEW, "The Mix 102.9," or Chicago's WLUP, "The Loop."
NAB, Homeland Security Launch Nationwide Emergency Preparedness Campaign
September was National Preparedness Month, and the NAB released a publication to help stations prepare.
Results of SBE Election Announced
A new vice president and two new board members join incumbant officers four board members as they take office in October.
Netia Bought by Company's Management Team
The management team and employees of Netia have bought the assets of the company from existing shareholder, EVS Broadcast Equipment.
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