Reed Hundt, Michael Powell and Kevin Martin discussed FCC policy issues on the Oct. 8 program.
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 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.
The convention will be held Nov. 4-7 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Other inductees include radio legend Dick Clark, radio producer Norman Corwin, and radio personality Hal Jackson.
The meeting will be streamed live on Oct. 27, 2010.
The International Association of Audio Information Services represents audio information services for blind and disabled persons.
Awards were announced Thursday night at the annual NAB Marconi Radio Awards Dinner &a,p; Show held at the Radio Show in Washington, DC.
Now that FEMA has adopted CAP, the 180-day clock for broadcasters to receive CAP messages has begun.
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.
The survey found most consumers are not interested in having FM tuners in their mobile devices, and an even broader majority (80 percent) does not support a government mandate that would force manufacturers to include an FM tuner in mobile phones.
The few cell phone models that are radio-enabled and available in the United States are highlighted on the website.
NRSC-G202, FM IBOC Total Digital Sideband Power for Various Configurations, will aid those responsible for or involved with FM IBOC facility design, operation and compliance monitoring.
The AES has developed three primary tracks and assembled panels of experts to lead them.
The re-implementation of the Radio Creative Workshops was also announced at the 2010 event.
An update to the BIA/Kelsey U.S. Local Media Forecast also indicates total local advertising will reach $145.2 billion in 2014.
The Radio-Ready Cell Phone Showcase will highlight existing phones with FM receivers as well as information about adding it to existing phones.
The five-year project calls for Rice and Houston nonprofit Technology For All (TFA) to add white-space technology to a wide spectrum Wi-Fi network they jointly operate in Houston’s working-class East End neighborhood.
This spectrum is regularly used for non-licensed auxiliary use, such as wireless mics and wireless IFB.
Exhibits are open Nov 5-7, 2010.
A study analyzes the footprint of broadcasters in states with highly-contested elections.
The workshops, tutorials and master classes explore design tips and challenges from iPhone strategies to DSP for dummys.
68 percent of radio newsroom personnel believe management is willing to invest in news staffs to effectively cover their markets.
In August 2010 the Broadcasters Foundation granted the highest amount of financial aid to the largest number of broadcasters in one month than ever before.
Robert Margouleff will bring his perspective of more than 40 years working in pro audio in an address titled "What The Hell Happened?"
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