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Currents Headlines from the October 2012 Issue
The online headlines from the October 2012 issue of Radio magazine.
Born in 1955, Steve Church died after a three-year battle with brain cancer.
Four documents were adopted at the 2012 Radio Show NRSC meetings.
The final number represents an increase of 200 attendees over 2011.
The announcement is made on what would have been Battison's 97th birthday.
Armstrong will take on the support and manufacturing operations for the company's products.
The Internet Radio Fairness Act of 2012 would reduce the royalty burden on Internet radio stations and satellite radio to be more inline with what terrestrial radio stations pay.
Lamar Smith is named Beasley's Engineer of the Year for 2012.
The increase is small, but it's still a positive.
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Clear Channel Seatlle rebuilds, audio processing update, the Digigram Cancun 222-Mic is reviewed, and we compare nearfield monitors.
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