The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations organization for coordination of the use of the radio spectrum, has completed its four-year review and modification of the regulations for the use of the radio spectrum, including broadcasting use.
The Society of Broadcast Engineers renewed its contract with the National Football League to provide game-day frequency coordination services for the 2007/2008 football season.
The NAB AM Antenna Computer Modeling Seminar held at the NAB headquarters in Washington, DC, the week of Nov. 12, 2007 attracted 45 engineers.
The list of co-sponsors of the Congressional resolution to oppose a radio performance fee on radio stations has grown to 79.
The recent fires in Southern California greatly affected the broadcasting community in general, but the effect on radio brings reality to engineers across the country.
According to several news outlets including Reuters, The Associated Press, The Wall Street Journal and Forbes, the Federal Communications Commission sent questionnaires to XM and Sirius to gather additional information about the satellite radio providers' operation, including distribution contracts, programming arrangements and equipment locations.
On July 12, 2007, the FCC released a second report and order and further notice of proposed rulemaking addressing next generation EAS to better serve the needs of those with disabilities and non-English speakers,...
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has formed a new International Advisory Committee to provide counsel surrounding ongoing CEA initiatives related to international matters.
The NRSC adopted two guidelines and two revised standards in September. These documents are available for download from the NRSC website.
The Local Radio Freedom Act, introduced by Rep. Mike Conaway (R-TX) and Rep. Gene Green (D-TX), declares congressional opposition to new charges for radio stations that play recorded music.
Four emergency warning companies will demonstrate how their systems work together to create a next-generation integrated public alert system.
The Senate Commerce Committee has voted to move Senate Bill 1675, the Local Community Radio Act of 2007, to the full Senate.
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) bestows the Emmy Awards, which includes the Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards.
With the fires in Southern California continuing their damage, the Society of Broadcast Engineers has created a central repository for information exchange.
Recordings of sessions from the 2007 NAB Radio Show are now available for purchase from the NAB.
On Oct. 17, the Society of Broadcast Engineers chaired a meeting in Washington, DC, to discuss the next generation of public alerting.
FCC chairman Kevin Martin is promoting a plan that would dramatically relax the media ownership rules by year end.
Brian Beezley, an engineer in southern California, has a passion for RF. He has reviewed several HD Radio receivers and has posted his research on his website.
Record crowds filled exhibitor booths, sessions, tours, tutorials and workshops during the 123rd Audio Engineering Society Convention
Now that the FCC has released its IBOC rulemaking (MM Docket No. 99-325), many questions have been raised about the STAs used for dual antenna systems. A public notice has been issued to clarify the rules and what station must do to ensure compliance.
Digital Radio Mondiale is the topic of conversation at the 1st International DRM Symposium in Russia which takes place Oct. 9-12 in Moscow at the President Hotel.
NAB President and CEO David Rehr sent a letter yesterday to House Intellectual Property Subcommittee Chairman Howard Berman (D-CA) requesting that additional hearings be held to explore the relationship between recording artists and their record labels.
According to an article from the New York Post, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and a group of her colleagues yesterday urged Arbitron...
Neural Audio, Harris, Sennheiser, Digico, Dolby, Timax and Beyerdynamic will sponsor the highly popular surround workshop...
The U.S. Solicitor General has signaled his intent to ask the Supreme Court to review a recent appeals court decision invalidating the FCC's rule against the use of fleeting expletives on the air.
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