The NAB announced the two winners of the NAB HD Radio Multicast Award.
The Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau (PSHSB) of the Federal Communications Commission has launched an automated Disaster Information Reporting System (DIRS).
The Society of Broadcast Engineers has announced the winners of its 2006 National Awards.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin will speak during the FCC breakfast on Sept. 27 at 7:30 a.m. during the NAB Radio Show in Charlotte, NC.
AES 123rd convention workshop and tutorial chair Alex Case invited THX design engineering manager Steven Martz to develop a triathlon of events to provide attendees with a crash course in creating sound for interactive gaming.
The all-star panel will address the always-controversial issue of recording levels.
Apple, Ibiquity Digital and major radio broadcasting groups have unveiled the result of an industry-wide initiative to create a new, free service called Itunes Tagging.
The National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF), Broadcast Education Association (BEA) and Radio-Television News Directors Association (RTNDA), will host the 2007 Radio Show Career Fair featuring opportunities for careers in radio broadcasting.
The Federal Communications Commission announced that it is seeking applications from engineering school graduates with superior academic credentials and an interest in communications engineering for its 2007 Engineer-in-Training (EIT) Program.
The Society of Broadcast Engineers will present a special webcast, "The SBE and You," on Oct. 9 from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. EDT.
At the Radio Club of America's Nov. 16, 2007, banquet, Andy Rooney will deliver the keynote speech.
The SBE national elections were completed on the evening of Aug. 30. The new president will be Barry Thomas, CPBE CBNT of Lincoln Financial Media. He and the other three officers as well as the six elected board members will be sworn in during the SBE National Meeting on Oct. 11.
NPR Labs has published a visualization depicting the public radio coverage for the United States.
Publication of the FCC's Second Report and Order in the Federal Register on Aug. 16 means that the long-awaited IBOC digital radio rule changes will become the law of the land on Sept. 14.
Sound Exchange has reached an agreement with several of the largest webcasters on Sound Exchange's proposed cap on the minimum fee charged against royalties for sound recordings played on Internet radio.
In response to concerns expressed by many small commercial webcasters, and following a request made by Congressmen Howard Berman (D-CA) and Howard Coble (R-NC), Sound Exchange began sending formal offers to qualified small webcasters that would allow them to continue operating through 2010 under essentially the same terms they have enjoyed under the Small Webcaster Settlement Act (SWSA).
Jason Corey, the education chairman of the 123rd AES Convention, has developed student programs to accompany the established career workshop, recording and design competitions, a second annual technical paper competition and an information-packed education fair.
Bill Press, a veteran radio and television talk show commentator, will be the speaker during the Radio Luncheon at the NAB Radio Show.
On July 14, 2006, the National Association of Broadcasters filed a petition for rulemaking proposing an amendment to the FCC Rules to allow AM broadcast stations to operate FM translator stations.
Radio Regenbogen, one of Germany's private radio stations, and network operator Media and Broadcast of T-System have announced it will begin an HD Radio technology field test at the end of August.
The FCC's final rules on IBOC have been published in the Federal Register. With this publication, the details of the second report and order from May 2007 will go into effect. One significant change is that AM stations will be allowed to operate IBOC at night after Sept. 14.
The 123rd Audio Engineering Society Convention Committee is making its final preparations for this year's event in New York's Javits Center Oct. 5-8.
On April 4, 2007, the Federal Communications Commission announced a filing window from Oct. 12, 2007 until Oct. 19, 2007, for FM reserved-band applications for noncommercial educational (NCE) FM new station and major change applications.
The NAB recently released its analysis of the proposed a la carte pricing and programming plan offered by XM and Sirius, but Joele Frank says the NAB's continuing effort to scuttle the merger clearly demonstrates they view satellite radio as a competitor.
Marketing executives from Anheuser-Busch, Dunkin' Donuts, Pepsi-Cola and Carat will share their insights on radio in a super session
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