With new tower policies in-place, NATE says the discussion is critical for tower owners and operators.
The profiles aim to help manufacturers build stand-alone DRM or multi-standard receivers and stimulate digital radio markets across the world.
The tours showplace recording, education, communication, film and TV production facilities, as well as a visit to the historic Edison Labs in New Jersey.
Some speculate if this vandalism is related to the vandalism at the KRKO tower site in Washington.
Commissioners Baker and Clyburn are on the agenda for the convention in Philadelphia.
While an ecological organization has claimed responsibility, the FBI isn't so sure.
The online streamer questions the authority of the royalty board based on court opinions and Constitutional interpretation.
A tower camera at the Mt. Wilson Observatory shows the flames approaching.
Vinny Lopez becomes the 26th president of the Society of Broadcast Engineers.
The Internet Media Device Alliance aims to align competing technologies used to stream and receive Internet radio.
Recognizing that many broadcasters are out of work during a hard financial time, the NAB makes an offer to encourage convention attendance.
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry predicts that download sales will match physical sales in the U.S. in 2010.
Bell Labs, big bands, live sound, Mercury Living Presence and RCA are part of the program agenda.
The action has the support of Tribal governments, Native Public Media and the National Congress of American Indians.
The Peabody-winning broadcaster will offer his observations on the talent/engineer symbiosis.
The CPB will pay Sound Exchange a total of $2.4 million for the term 2011-2015, based upon anticipated system-wide usage and centralized administration.
Rep. Edward Markey has introduced the Internet Freedom Preservation Act of 2009.
The AES notes that the bulk of the program is set and should not change.
Proposals are due to the NAB by Oct. 23, 2009.
Considerations for Elevated IBOC Sidebands by Tim Anderson was published in the August 2008 issue of Radio magazine.
Four individuals are recipients of scholarship funds.
The Bluegrass Country stream features 70 weekly hours of content, including several local personalities.
SBE members will vote to fill the four available officer positions and the six of the available 12 director seats.
The event will be held Sept. 23 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.
According to House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers, "The advertising revenues and viability of minority-owned radio stations depends on an accurate measurement of their audience ratings."
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