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NAB Radio Update - Sep 9, 2008
RAB CEO to Keynote NAB Radio Show Luncheon
Washington, DC - Aug 26, 2008 - Radio Advertising Bureau President and CEO Jeff Haley will discuss the future of radio during The NAB Radio Show Luncheon held Sept. 19 in Austin. The luncheon will also include the presentation of the National Radio Award, given this year to Bruce Reese, president and CEO of Bonneville International. During the luncheon presentation titled A Conversation about Radio's Future in a Digital World, Haley will discuss the digital opportunities that will promote the future expansion of radio.
Haley has played a major role in the Radio Heard Here initiative, a campaign recently established by the NAB, the RAB and the HD Digital Radio Alliance. The campaign is designed to showcase the advances in digital technology that have enhanced radio programming. Prior to serving at RAB, Haley managed marketing and sales teams across a variety of media platforms.
In 1989, Haley joined Time Inc. as a member of the launch team for Entertainment Weekly. He served as sales development manager and Midwest marketing manager before joining Children's Television Workshop (CTW) as group vice president. Haley is currently on the board of directors for the Ad Council and a member of the Arbitron Radio Advisory Council. He is also cochairman of the Radio Creative Fund (RCF), the governing body of the Radio-Mercury Awards.
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Digital telephone hybrid
This digital telephone hybrid accommodates two traditional POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) lines as well as two Voice-over-IP (VoIP) lines in a 1RU enclosure. Essentially a four-line conferencing hybrid, the DH42 has been designed to allow callers to be put on-air with separate send and receive paths, filtering, AGC and control functions. DH42 offers broadcasters the ability to interface their Internet-based VoIP lines or VoIP PBX lines with professional broadcast audio equipment.
Burk Technology ARC Plus Mobile Web Connectivity
Portable remote control
Burk Technology has added mobile Web connectivity to the ARC Plus broadcast facility control system. The ARC Plus now allows remote access via Web-enabled cell phones and PDAs, including Treos, Iphones, Pocket PCs and more. Virtually any device with Web access can now monitor transmitter readings and allow remote operators to review alarms, issue commands and run macros without a PC.
V-Soft Communications Probe 3
Terrain analysis software
Probe 3 software includes a database search engine, allowing the user to search the database by criteria such as service type, licensee, city of license or distance. It supports NAD27 and NAD83 data, includes a mapping engine for solid and dashed lines of any width, plots census density using gradient shading, with race selection and imports MIF files as a separate layer to be plotted on the map. New for 2008 is the added ability to load the latest U.S. census data updates, which include new updated population figures and detailed mapping, and supplemental MSA/Tiger boundaries. The new dataset, derived from data collected by the Census Bureau, includes improved city boundaries and county lines, and Urban Area Boundaries, in addition to completely new datasets such as County Subdivision Boundaries, Landmark Boundaries, and Landmark Point Data. The Landmark data is separated into several unique categories such as Military, Housing, Educational, Transportation and more.
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