Most Popular Articles of 2010


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We looked at the stats for the most-often viewed articles on RadioMagOnline.com for 2010, and here's the list.

We looked at the site overall, Currents items and product articles. They are listed in order with the highest page views first.

Site Overall

Tower inspection and climbing

At one time, tower climbing and inspections were something that everyone and anyone could do. In today's safety-conscious world, it pays to play by the rules and do it right.

Apple Rejecting Radio Apps for iPhone

Apple now says single radio station apps are the same as fart apps.

NATE Responds to Free-climbing Tower Video

NATE denounces the free-climbing message, saying the content was misguided and its messages should not be given credence by any viewer.

RF amplifier basics

A radio transmitter is a collection of stages. How these stages function determines the operational capability of each transmitter.

The Radio magazine Pick Hits of the 2010 NAB Show

15 products were chosen by the Radio magazine Pick Hits panel.

Alaska EAS EAN Test: Success

It appears that the test went well and was contained as expected.

FCC's Copps Proposes Public Value Test for License Renewal

Part of Copps' plan would reduce the license renewal period from eight to four years.

SNL Kagan Releases 2010 Internet Radio Report

CBS, Clear Channel and Pandora are among the most profitable Internet radio providers.

WLHR Tower Falls, Sabotage Suspected

It is believed that one of the guy wires for the 284' tower was cut.

iTunes Radio App Hoopla gives Cause to Pause

Jim Barcus posted the note in hopes of triggering a broadcaster backlash against Apple after discovering that iTunes had rejected 10 apps his company had developed for client stations.

Currents

Apple Rejecting Radio Apps for iPhone

Apple now says single radio station apps are the same as fart apps.

High Hopes for Zune HD Sales Fade with 2009

Amazon ranked the Zune HD 89th in its top 100 index.

2010 EAS Summit Reveals Encouraging Progress on EAS Transition to CAP

At the end of the 180-day period when all EAS Participants must have CAP equipment installed, FEMA will have the capability to provide CAP alerts to all broadcasters and cable operators.

NAB Opens 2010 Marconi Radio Award Nominations

Nominations are due to the NAB by May 31, 2010.

NATE Responds to Free-climbing Tower Video

NATE denounces the free-climbing message, saying the content was misguided and its messages should not be given credence by any viewer.

Arizona Radio Stations Need Assistance After Fire

Six stations owned by Cameron Broadcasting were affected.

Alaska EAS EAN Test: Success

It appears that the test went well and was contained as expected.

Trafficland Adds FDOT Camera Data

The agreement gives commuters, public safety agencies and media enhanced access to more than 500 Florida DOT traffic cameras.

NAB Launches NoPerformanceTax.org

The website is designed to be an advocacy resource for radio stations and an information source for listeners.

Orban Was for Sale, But Not Anymore

Bob Orban, co-founder of Orban, invests in the company's future as majority owners of Circuit Research Labs change course.

Products

Field Report: AirTools Multiband Processor 2m

There are lots of situations in a radio station where we could use some help with audio. Maybe it’s with the phones, the stream or the headphone processing.

Field Report: Comrex STAC

Overall the Comrex STAC has been a reliable system for the Tom Joyner Morning Show. It’s grown into a well established system that will be a benefit to any studio.

The Radio magazine Pick Hits of the 2010 NAB Show

15 products were chosen by the Radio magazine Pick Hits panel.

Digital Alert Systems DASDEC-II

Emergency messaging platform

Field Report: Broadcast Devices DAB-300

The DAB-300 is an automated AES3 switcher that will choose one of four AES3 inputs, and route it to all four AES3 outputs, based on basic configuration parameters.

Field Report: Potomac FIM-4100

There are so many improvements over the 4100's predecessor, but the greatest is that there are no knobs to twist.

Wheatstone Gibraltar

Processing/mix engine

Field Report: Sage Alerting Systems Digital Endec

All-in-all, the changes from the legacy Endec to the Digital Endec are most welcomed. Given the advent of the Internet, the internal Web server makes managing EAS a snap.

Dialight D464

Ultra-low profile LED beacon

Field Report: Neogroupe Neoscreener

Neoscreener has been in use at the Clear Channel Radio New York facility for almost two years now, and Jeff Smith cannot imagine some of their shows living without it.




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