Net Neutrality Fight Continues with Verizon vs. the FCC 

The fight over an unfiltered vs. pay for performance Internet delivery continues, this time with a legal suit.

NAB to Pursue Relocation 
of Association's Headquarters 

The association has been in its current location on Dupont Circle since 1947.

Historic German Transmitter Silenced 

The transmitter service on 990kHz has been active since 1923.

2013 Radio Show Super Session to Feature Pro Athletes Turned Pro Talkers 

Jim Rome moderates the session with Bobby Hebert, Tom Tolbert and Amani Toomer.

French Government Officially Approves DAB+  

Three ministers have signed off on the decree of Aug. 16 that allows the use of DAB+ as an option to T-DMB for the transmission of digital radio throughout France.

Netherlands DAB+ Network Brought Online 

There are now 26 new stations available. Some are commercial stations, others are from Dutch public broadcaster NPO.

Broadcasters Donate $6.9 Million in Airtime for NAB OK2TALK 

PSAs for the mental health awareness campaign have aired on radio stations more than 3,300 times.

Extension Granted for DAB+ Test Authority in Canberra and Darwin, Australia 

The 12-month extension will allow ongoing bench and field testing and continued coverage modeling.

SoundExchange Sues SiriusXM for Underpayment of Digital Royalties 

SoundExchange believes SiriusXM's underpayments amounted to $50 to $100 million or more.

Globalstar Making Progress in Quest to Reuse Spectrum for TLPS 

All tests were performed over a new 22MHz channel within the 2.4GHz band using existing smartphones that were enabled to operate over the new channel via a remote firmware upgrade.

Norwegian DAB+ Networks Build-out Continues On Pace 

Ultimately, 700 DAB+ transmitter sites are expected to cover 99.5 percent of the nation's population.

Vienna to Conduct DAB+ Tests by Christmas 2013 

Two transmitters will operate as a single frequency network.

iBiquity's Struble: HD Radio Receiver Sales Show Rapid Growth 

Bob Struble says there won't be an auto dealer in America that does not have HD Radio-equipped vehicles on the lot by 2014.

IABM Announces Winners of 2013 IABM Engineering Student Awards 

Presented to 10 students, the IABM-sponsored awards program recognizes high-achieving college students in the fields of broadcast engineering or media technology and offers each winner full financial support for attendance at IBC2013 in Amsterdam.

FCC Plans Webinars on Low Power FM Radio 

The first webinar will be held Aug. 20, 2013, from 1 - 2:30 p.m. EDT.

FCC Commissioner Pai to Speak at 2013 National Radio Award Luncheon 

Ajit Pai will share his views on communications policy and how it affects free, local radio broadcasting.

135th AES Convention to Offer Expanded, Focused Broadcast and Streaming Sessions 

New panels for the 2013 convention show reflect key current trends in broadcasting and streaming.

NABEF 2013 Leadership Development Program Open 

Held Oct. 24-27 at the NAB headquarters in Washington, DC, the program targets broadcast professionals with three to seven years of experience considered to be rising stars in their field.

DAB+ Continues Gaining Traction in Australia 

On a weekly basis more than 1.6 million people listen to radio via a DAB+ device.

IRF to Present First HD Radio Day 

The event, held in Zurich, is a celebration of global radio, where radio professionals can network and share knowledge.

Clear Channel Launches Mentoring Programs to Cultivate Next Generation of Radio Engineers 

The accelerated programs offer hands-on experience to aspiring engineers and introduces radio broadcasting to youth.

UK OFCOM Report: Test Shows DAB Can Be Generated with Raspberry PI 

The last patent restrictions for DAB recently expired, and so software-based radios can be used to generate DAB without restrictions or fears of litigation.

The Mavericks to Perform at 2013 NAB Marconi Radio Awards Dinner and Show 

The Mavericks blend country, rock and Cuban sounds into their songs.

New DAB Transmitters for South Wales 

Four new digital radio transmitters will cover Merthyr Tydfil, Abergavenny, Aberdare and Ebbw Vale.

Digital Radio Continues Gaining Popularity in UK 

The share of analog listening in the UK is now at its lowest ever, at 58.6 percent of listening hours.

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