Currents Headlines from the November 2009 Issue

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The online headlines from the November 2009 issue of Radio magazine.

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FCC Updates ECFS
The 2.0 upgrade adds many new features, including Section 508 compliance; the ability for users to file multiple documents to multiple rulemakings in a single submission.

Jim Godfrey Joins Jampro and Comrex Sales Staffs
He will focus on sales in Latin America for both companies.

Don Markley Dies
Donald L. Markley, founder of D.L. Markley Consulting Engineers died Oct. 22, 2009. He was 73. Markley was an occasional contributor to Radio magazine and a regular contributor to Broadcast Engineering magazine.

Society of Broadcast Engineers Appoints 2010 Committee Chairs
The appointments took effect during the 2009 SBE National Meeting in Verona, NY.

Monroe Electronics and Digital Alert Systems Merge
Under the terms of the merger, DAS will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Monroe.

Thorsteinson to Retire from Harris
Tim Thorsteinson became the president of Harris in 2006, joining Harris in 2005 when Harris acquired Leitch.

It's not Dyslexia, RTNDA becomes RTDNA
The group's new name is the Radio Television Digital News Association.

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