In addition to co-producing the Broadcast Engineering Conference, the SBE will hold several meetings during the convention.
The newly added positions for additional representatives have been filled.
At the end of the 180-day period when all EAS Participants must have CAP equipment installed, FEMA will have the capability to provide CAP alerts to all broadcasters and cable operators.
The FCC leader will speak on April 13 at 9 a.m.
The plan details actions for connecting consumers with modern technology and access to a robust, affordable Internet.
Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service.
Palmer will discuss the sociological and technological forces that are reshaping the future of traditional media.
The meeting will be held on March 17 and include discussions about technical standards to ensure interoperability.
Jerry McNerney of California introduced the legislation, which was promoted by the SBE.
Ed Trombley and John Grover receive the honors.
The new name was selected to reflect the changes in the industry and marketplace and resonate with the makeup of the organization's membership.
The report says that an EPG is a viable option for radio broadcasters in the United States.
The test message will use the event code ADR.
The broadcast and streaming sessions are part of the overall professional audio program.
The deadline to nominate a public radio engineer for the award has been extended to March 8, 2010.
As part of its own procedural review, the FCC seeks to improve the transparency and effectiveness of its decision-making process.
An additional two weeks have been granted to file comments and reply comments on EB Docket No. 04-296.
The Gracies recognize exemplary programming created for women, by women and about women in all facets of electronic media.
The grand award winners will be named at an annual gala on May 25, 2010.
Barry Blesser will provide insight on the broadcast engineering profession and its next generation of leaders.
The survey cites cost and digital literacy are the main barriers to broadband adoption.
The forum will be held on March 2, 2010. This forum was originally scheduled for Feb. 10, 2010, but was postponed because of severe weather.
Following declines through 2011, BIA/Kelsey expects a rebound in local media spending beginning in 2012.
The plan calls for an increase in broadband deployment to reach 100 million Americans with at least 100Mb/s capacity.
SBA Communications and Cellular South collaborated with NATE to create the hazard recognition program aimed at carriers, broadcasters and tower owner/operators.
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