Currents Headlines from the November 2013 Issue
The online headlines from the November 2013 issue of Radio magazine.
Mike O'Rielly is also confirmed as a commissioner
Twenty-five NPR-affiliated public radio stations throughout Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas agreed to participate in the pilot project to transmit emergency alert messages.
His broadcast engineering career spanned more than 40 years.
The AES celebrates its 65th anniversary this year, and capped the celebration with a five-year-high number of 18,453 registrants being tallied.
Smedile spent four years working with Senate Commerce Committee member and Vice Chairman of the Senate Republican Conference Roy Blunt of Missouri.
Strobel is a past chair of the organization.
Doyle is known in broadcasting for his leadership of McGavren Guild, and subsequently other Interep initiatives, for more than 30 years.
Of the four regional sales leaders, Chris Ziemer will lead the North America region.
Arbitron is being rebranded Nielsen Audio and will be integrated into Nielsen's U.S. Watch business segment.
AirAura processors currently running software version 1.2 or higher can be upgraded to version 3.6.7 free of charge.
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Build an effective back-up transmitter site, step inside WTMD, the FCC updates RF exposure rules, and Wheatstone baseband192 is explained.
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