The series provides information for job recruiters and job seekers.
The national test will use a Washington, DC, FIPS code. Questions are being raised about an EAS decoder's ability to properly react.
The FCC has issued a public notice to clarify some details of the upcoming national EAS test.
IHS believes the next several years will see an explosion in the use of in-vehicle apps in cars, driven by increasing shipments of automobiles able to access cloud-based content.
Featured presentations will look at DRM as a possible digital radio system for Brazil.
One highlight is a discussion of Leopold Stokowski and the history of analog recording.
WHUR-World previously won the award in 2008.
DAB receiver sales are up more than 30 percent in the second quarter of 2011.
The DAB service will be known as BBC 5 Olympics Extra, and it will operate in conjunction with 5 Live and 5 Live Sports Extra.
Michael West, Jason David and Clint Mason have been selected by the Ennes Scholarship Committee to receive funding to further their education.
The final link rule, which prohibited broadcasters from using non-BAS frequencies for their last mile links, has been lifted.
Brno joins Prague and Pribram with DAB service.
Four Hong Kong-based broadcasting companies will launch 18 new radio stations via DAB, and the licensees are planning aggressive promotions.
Digital listening hours were at 289 million, up from 253 million hours in Q2 2010, an increase of 14.3 percent year on year.
The topic will be "Are You Ready for the Nationwide Emergency Alert System Test?"
The new law gives local law enforcement the ability to stop illegal radio operators in New York and makes violations a Class A misdemeanor.
Several industry groups say Sept. 30, 2011, is still too soon.
The technology operates in the TV white spaces.
The award for Best Technical Article, Book or Program by an SBE Member goes to John Davis of Logitek for his article in the April 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
The first SFN was built in the Baltimore area. The second SFN was constructed and tested with the assistance of Greater Media Boston, and consisted of an SFN booster site in Andover, MA.
Some 27 multiplex transmitters were turned on, providing coverage to all major cities and over all major Autobahns.
The plan itself is to be complete within 18 months.
Ballots have been mailed to voting members.
The Sign Off series was recognized in the best Regular Department category in the annual awards program.
The data gives insight in to statistics regarding the fastest and slowest regions for connection speed, as well as the highest performing areas for mobile connectivity.
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