NAB Seeks 2011 Technology Innovation Award Nominations 

Candidates for the Technology Innovation Awards must be organizations who are exhibiting at the 2011 NAB Show and have a non-commercialized technology.

AMBER Alerts Come to Facebook 

Currently, 57 geographic AMBER Alert Facebook pages have been created.

Local Community Radio Act Signed into Law 

The effort was spearheaded by a group of community broadcasters and advocate groups including the Prometheus Radio Project.

Genachowski Repeats Call for More Spectrum at 2011 CES 

In his speech, he discussed the importance of mobile broadband and how it needs to grow quickly in the United States.

2011 NAB Crystal Radio Awards Entries Due Feb. 4 

Established in 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards recognize radio stations for their year-round commitment to service to their communities.

UK Radio Execs Seek DAB Infrastructure Summit 

Where will the hundreds of millions of dollars needed to bring DAB coverage to parity with that of existing national analog FM signals going to come from?

Digital Radio in the Mix at CES 2011 

Items not to miss in the programmed audio realm at CES 2011.

FCC Considers Expanding Travelers Information Stations with Additional Public Safety Information 

The NPRM seeks input on adding public health warnings, terror level threats, weather reports and other information to the TIS.

FCC Approves Net Neutrality 

The vote followed party lines 3-2.

Student Stations Win Copyright Relief Through 2015 

The rates and terms of the settlement for educational stations maintain the current $500 minimum annual fee.

LPFM Bill Passes in Senate 

The bill now awaits President Obama's signature.

House Passes Amended LPFM Bill 

The bill was amended to include provisions sought by the National Association of Broadcasters to protect full-power radio stations.

New AM Radio Data Concept Developed 

Ibiquity and NAB Fastroad cofunded the project to develop a low-rate digital data service concept for AM broadcasters.

BBC Expands DAB Coverage  

A new DAB transmission facility will soon provide improved reception across a region around London.

Sri Lanka DRM+ Trial Doubles as Technology Workshop 

DRM says the trial, with more than 50 delegates attending, was the first of its kind in the Asia-Pacific region.

Community Broadcasters Plan Demonstration in Front of NAB HQ 

The group will have hula hoops and juggle radios as a way to ask the NAB to stop fighting the Local Community Radio Act.

Media Rating Council Withdraws Accreditation for Arbitron Radar, Nationwide Services 

The increase in unaccredited Portable People Meter markets used to compile national data lead to the change in accreditation status.

NATE Updates Tower Safety Guide 

The fourth edition of the Accident Prevention, Safety and Health Program Guide suggests formats and procedures for fall prevention, hazard identification and tower access, and samples of a climber exam and evaluation form.

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.

BIA/Kelsey Revises Radio Industry Revenue Estimate for 2010 

The research firm expects a 5 percent increase over last year with some markets growing as much as 9 percent.

FCC Extends EAS Compliance Deadline to Sept. 30, 2011 

The FCC extended the deadline from 180 days to 360 days, making the new deadline Sept. 30, 2011.

New HD Radio Concept Provides Customizable Listening Experience 

The Persona Radio is a proof-of-concept advanced receiver design that would allow users to create a customizable listening experience and opportunities for behavioral-targeted advertising.

CRB Requests Items for Country Radio Hall of Fame Online Auctions 

The auctions are one of the primary ways CRB raises funds each year for the Country Radio Hall of Fame.

RAB: Radio Revenues Continue to Rise Through 2010 

The RAB says radio has continued its upward trajectory in Q3, maintaining its year-long 6 percent growth rate.

Apple Rejecting Radio Apps for iPhone 

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

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