NASBA, NAB Set EAS Agenda for Open Meeting 

The NASBA-NAB EAS Forum will be held in Washington on March 4, 2013, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET at the Ritz Carlton.

Bob Schieffer to Receive
 2013 NAB Distinguished Service Award 

2013 marks Schieffer's 56th year as a reporter and his 44th year at CBS News.

FCC Chairman Genachowski Slated for Question-and-Answer Session at 2013 NAB Show 

Julis Genachowski will sit for a conversation with NAB Joint Board Chair Paul Karpowicz on April 10 at 9 a.m.

Digital One Plans to Expand UK National DAB to Northern Ireland 

If approved, the new signals would provide several new stations to the region.

Radio Revenue Up for Third Straight Year 

The 4Q2012 surge represents the highest quarterly gain in two years.

New DAB Switch-on in U.K. Adds 1.8M Potential Listeners 

New transmitter signals in one area bring local digital radio coverage from zero to 67.7 percent.

NABEF to Honor Lowe's with Corporate Leadership Award 

The award recognizes the company's long-standing contributions to 
disaster relief, public education and community improvement.

AVnu Alliance Opens Bridge Certification; Adds 50th Member 

The certification testing house is located at the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL).

FCC Issues EAS Advisory Following Bogus Activation 

The FCC wants all stations to change the passwords on their EAS units from the default factory settings.

Verizon's Lowell McAdam to 
Headline 2013 NAB Show General Session 

The session will feature a question and answer between McAdam and NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith.

NAB Announces 2013 Engineering Achievement Awards 

Frank Foti and Jay Adrick receive the honors, and Leonard Charles receives the NAB Service to Broadcast Engineering Award.

Fake EAS Message Warns of Zombie Apocalypse 

The falsified message was carried on stations in Montana, Utah and Michigan.

IAAIS Seeks Presentation Proposals for 2013 Conference 

Submit written proposals by March 15, 2013.

Lagarde Active Commits to Digital Radio in Czech Republic 

Lagardere Active has four radio networks operating in the Czech Republic, with 2 million listeners.

U.K. Ministry of Culture, Media and Sport to Test Analog FM Switch-off 

The test will be held in the city of Bath for six weeks.

FCC Commissioner Pai Will Talk
 AM Revitalization at 2013 NAB Show 

Commissioner Ajit Pai, who has expressed special interest in the future of AM radio, will moderate a panel of AM radio leaders, engineers and policy experts.

Commercial Radio Australia to Host DAB+ Workshop 

The workshop will provide an update on DAB+ coverage and the status of the rollout to areas outside of the five state metropolitan capitals.

RAJAR 4Q2012: UK Digital Radio Listening on the Increase Again 

In total, 25.2 million people now listen to radio via a digital platform each week, up 9 percent year over year from 23.1 million in 4Q2011.

France's CSA Issues Permits for Digital Radio in Paris, Nice, Marseille 

New signals will include Goom Radio, B2B Internet radio, the radio version EuroNews, and the Trace Group

France Telecom Charging Google for Access to "Orange" Network 

Could other content providers fall into the same trap to not have control over their own distribution?

Large Increase in Automobile DAB Noted in U.K. During 2012 

In 2012, more than half a million new cars were fitted with digital radio as standard, an 88.7 percent rise in uptake over the year-to-date.

New York Festivals Opens Entries for 2013 International Radio Programs and Promos Awards 

New Categories include Best Legal Reporting, Current Affairs, Social Issues, Best Interview, Best Performance by an Actor/Actress, Best Sports Format, Student Drama, and Entertainment Program Promo.

NABEF Accepts Entries for 2013 Celebration of Service to America Awards 

Entry deadline is March 5, 2013.

KNOM-AM/FM to Receive NAB
 Crystal Heritage Award at 2013 NAB Show 

The Crystal Heritage Award honors stations that have won a total of five Crystal Radio Awards.

CBI Announces 2013 Convention Date and Location 

The convention will feature three days of interactive sessions led by broadcast professionals and student media advisers in San Antonio, Oct. 31 - Nov. 2.

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