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Currents Headlines from the December 2005 Issue
The online headlines from the December 2005 issue of Radio magazine.
Electronics Research Begins Major Facility Expansion
The new structures allow for the expansion of ERI's fabrication areas for FM antennas, FM filters and FM combiners.
Podcasting to Hit Critical Mass in 2010
Bridge Ratings expects that weekly podcast usage will grow to as many as 75 million users in 2010.
LBA Names Swiderski as Chief Technician
Swiderski joins LBA from Emmis' WIBC in Indianapolis. He previously held field and test engineering positions with Harris.
BMW 6 Series to Offer HD Radio Receivers
BMW adds the Series 6 to its cars available with an HD Radio receiver as an option in 2006.
Continental Signs Lowery for West Coast
Walt Lowery also represents Nautel and RF Specialties in Western states.
Newest SBE Chapter: Ithaca, NY
Chapter 140 of Ithaca, NY, was approved by the SBE board of directors on Oct. 19. David Allen is the chapter chairman.
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