Currents Headlines from the November 2007 Issue
The online headlines from the November 2007 issue of Radio magazine.
FCC Clarifies Dual Antenna Hybrid Operation Notification Procedures
In response to several inquiries from the public, the FCC issued a public notice to clarify the notification procedures for stations currently operating with dual antenna systems under special temporary authorization (STA).
HD Digital Radio Alliance Renews Charter
The group's charter has been renewed for a third year. The new charter also revises the method that partner stations use to select multicast formats.
Ibiquity Updates Retail Training Website
The retail sales training website hdradiouniversity.com has been relaunched to educate retail sales people selling HD Radio products across the United States.
Broadcast Electronics Recognizes Larry Cervon
At the Oct. 26 recognition, Broadcast Electronics dedicated a commemorative plaque to Cervon to mark the 30-year anniversary of BE's move to Quincy.
Gepco Adds New York Warehouse
The 5,000-square-foot space is located in Chestnut Ridge, NY, and will stock all of Gepco's current cabling and connectivity systems.
APT Announces Licensing Agreement with SAS
In addition to SAS licensing Apt-x, the deal involves joint development to ensure interoperability of routing, console and codec equipment worldwide.
SBE Organizes Next-generation EAS Meeting
The Washington, DC, meeting was to discuss the next generation of public alerting. Attendees included the SBE, the FCC, FEMA, NOAA, the NAB and NASBA.
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