FCC Launches Technology Experience Center 

The Technology Experience Center (FCC TEC), an on-site technology lab, will provide FCC employees and invited guests hands-on experience with the latest communications devices and solutions.

SBE Renews Focus on EAS Education 

The group formed the SBE EAS Education Committee to provide practical information for members to implement EAS changes and ensure their stations' compliance.

FCC Releases Broadcast Station Totals 

Totals are as of Sept. 30, 2010.

NAB Radio Board Endorses Conditions for Performance Fee Resolution 

The terms will be presented to the Musicfirst Coalition.

FCC Forms Technological Advisory Council 

The Council, comprised of technical experts, will help the Commission to identify important areas of innovation and develop informed technology policies supporting America's competitiveness and job creation in the global economy.

Industry Groups Jointly File for CAP Countdown Extension 

The SBE, the NAB, MSTV, 46 state broadcast associations and other file a petition with the FCC to extend the deadline.

DRM+ Trials launch in Sri Lanka, Italy 

Digital Radio Mondiale suggests that interest in DRM+ may be picking up.

IBOC by State: Florida (October 2010) 

There are 129 stations in The Sunshine State broadcasting 227 HD Radio channels.

DAB+ Adding More Digital Choices Down Under 

Some of the offerings reflect DAB+ technology's dynamic channel management capability within a given multiplex.

NATE Responds to Free-climbing Tower Video 

NATE denounces the free-climbing message, saying the content was misguided and its messages should not be given credence by any viewer.

Antenna Trouble at the Empire State Building 

The master antenna system mounted on the Empire State Building suffered a major lower bay failure on Oct. 18, 2010.

SBE Announces 2010 National Meeting Schedule 

The meeting will be held Oct. 26-27, 2010, in Madison, WI.

State of Idaho to Provide CAP Equipment to Broadcasters 

The Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security will upgrade its emergency notification system, which will include the Internet as the primary communications link from the state.

FEMA Study Investigates Effectiveness of Alert FM 

The one-year study included continuous working demonstration of RBDS alerting systems over a three-month period across three locales.

Arbitron Adds 10 Markets to 2010 PPM Survey 

These additional markets are considered currency markets, meaning the PPM data gathered there is suitable for evaluating radio listening and establishing ad sales rates.

C-SPAN Talks to Former FCC Commissioners 

Reed Hundt, Michael Powell and Kevin Martin discussed FCC policy issues on the Oct. 8 program.

EAS/CAP FAQ (old link) 

Now that FEMA has adopted the CAP1.2 standard, broadcasters are asking questions about the 180-day deadline to install equipment and updates to the EAS rules.

CSRIC Approves Part 11 CAP Changes 

CSRIC Working Group 5A has submitted specific recommendations on rule changes, provided general comment and analysis regarding the Part 11 regulatory structure with CAP in mind.

129th AES Convention Workshops Announced 

The convention will be held Nov. 4-7 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Giants of Broacasting Honors NAB's Fritts 

Other inductees include radio legend Dick Clark, radio producer Norman Corwin, and radio personality Hal Jackson.

SBE To Stream 2010 Membership Meeting 

The meeting will be streamed live on Oct. 27, 2010.

IAAIS Supports Radio-capable Cell Phones 

The International Association of Audio Information Services represents audio information services for blind and disabled persons.

2010 NAB Marconi Radio Award Winners  

Awards were announced Thursday night at the annual NAB Marconi Radio Awards Dinner &a,p; Show held at the Radio Show in Washington, DC.

FEMA Adopts CAP for Emergency Alerts 

Now that FEMA has adopted CAP, the 180-day clock for broadcasters to receive CAP messages has begun.

Gordon Smith Remarks at The 2010 Radio Show 

Smith commented on the fact that radio is now offering more choices and reaching more listeners. He also spoke in support of radio in cell phones.

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