AM Operators Now Have IBOC Digital Options 

IBiquity's new modified MA1 specification allows broadcasters to sacrifice a degree of digital throughput in exchange for a somewhat higher analog bandwidth and a commensurate noise-floor reduction in analog receivers.

Barclays Forecasts Increased Ad Revenues for 2010  

While total ad revenues are predicted to increase 5.5 percent, the radio forecast predicts an increase of 7.4 percent.

New York Times: Edwin Armstrong Finds New Support  

Those in radio broadcasting know about Edwin Armstrong, but a research project at Columbia is working to ensure that the general public never forgets him.

The Radio magazine Pick Hits of the 2010 NAB Show  

15 products were chosen by the Radio magazine Pick Hits panel.

NAB Announces 2010 Crystal Radio Award Winners 

Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service.

2010 NAB Show Attendance: 88,044 

Attendance is up more than 5,000 from 2009.

Baun Receives SBE Lifetime Achievement Award 

The SBE Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes outstanding contributions and achievements by an individual throughout his or her professional lifetime.

Arbitron and Edison Research Find High Radio Usage 

The study found that an estimated 70 million Americans listened to online radio in the past month alone.

NAB CEO Gordon Smith Delivers Inaugural State of the Industry Address 

In his speech, Smith focused on three issues: the radio performance tax, the National Broadband Plan and retransmission consent rights for broadcasters.

Davis and Locke Elected SBE Fellows  

Sterling Davis is vice president of engineering for Cox Media Group in Atlanta, and Robert Locke is the chief engineer for KPTS in Maize, KS.

At the 2010 NAB Show, the IBOC Emphasis Shifts back to Transmission 

The biggest factor driving this reexamination is, of course, the FCC's January nod to increase FM IBOC digital carriers by as much as 10dB over previous levels.

EAS-CAP Industry Group Releases CAP to EAS Implementation Draft for Comment 

The ECIG seeks comments during a two-week window.

Court Says "No" to Net Neutrality 

A D.C. court has concluded that the FCC lacks authority to require providers to treat Internet content with an even hand.

Court Reverses Decision on SBS PPM Encoding  

After first ordering Spanish Broadcast System to encode its station with the Arbitron PPM, a court review allows SBS to cease encoding.

Commonwealth Broadcasting, Cromwell Group Partner with Alert FM  

Using RBDS to send emergency information, the agreement promotes adding FM receivers to mobile devices such as cell phones.

Sony Exec to Deliver NAB Show Opening Keynote  

Hiroshi Yoshioka will discuss 3D entertainment and provide clips of 3D material.

NABEF Announces Service to America Award Winners  

The winners will be honored at the Celebration of Service to America Awards dinner on June 14, 2010, in Washington, DC.

FCC to Hold Workshop on Consolidated Licensing System  

The workshop is the first step in creating an agency-wide Consolidated Licensing System.

Habit for Humanity House to be Built at 2010 NAB Show  

The house will be built in the Silver Parking Lot a the Las Vegas Convention Center.

2010 NAB Board Election Results 

The two-year terms of the newly elected board members will begin in June 2010.

Stan Lee to Talk at 2010 NAB Show 

The Spider-Man, Incredible Hulk, and Fantastic Four co-creator will speak on April 14.

Representatives' Letters Oppose Performance Fee 

The letters to Nancy Pelosi and John Boehner ask for the legislation to not be brought to the House floor.

SBE Plans Ennes Workshops for 2010 

The SBE has scheduled more workshops in 2010 than any other year.

FCC Seeks Informal Comments on CAP 

The FCC wants to know how Part 11 of its rules on EAS should be modified to work with the Common Alerting Protocol once it is implemented.

Senate Bill S.2881 Clears Senate Committee  

The Senate Committee on Science, Commerce and Transportation added elements of S.3042 to authorize a study by the National Academy of Sciences on the technical policy decisions and technical personnel at the Federal Communications Commission.

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