Peavey Settles FCC Probe: Pays $225k 

The company admits it hadn’t labeled or provided disclosures for a number of devices it marketed, and agreed to implement a three-year compliance plan, according to the commission.

DRM30 Demonstration Planned for Upcoming SABA Digital Radio Summit 

The event will feature a dedicated DRM workshop entitled “The DRM Platform: a detailed and practical look at its superior functionalities and flexibility.”

Denmark's DAB+ Plans Delayed 

In 2012 the Danish Government established a new media policy clearly focused on DAB+ and the facilitation of additional commercial broadcasting.

Second DAB+ Network Makes its Debut in Switzerland 

As of today, a new DAB+ multiplex on channel 10B is carrying 15 separate audio channels across all of Switzerland.

OFCOM Paving the Way for DAB+ in the U.K. 

The proposed new Digital 2 multiplex could therefore contain a mix of original DAB and DAB+ services.

HD Radio Presence Grows in Canada 

News comes after the successful launch of Canadian Multicultural Radio (CMR) 101.3 FM and widespread availability of HD Radio receivers.

iBiquity: HD Radio Seeing Growth in Mexico 

To further advance the rollout, iBiquity has added personnel in Mexico to support broadcasters, car dealers, brands and retailers with HD Radio technology.

2014 NAB Show Insights: Bud Aiello 

Aiello received the PREC award this year.

45 Percent of UK New Cars Come with DAB as Standard Equipment 

In March 2014, 45.5 percent of new car registrations had DAB as standard (212,000), up 41 percent from March 2013 (144,000).

Radio Magazine Announces Best of Show Winners 

The awards are judged by a panel of engineers on the criteria of innovation, feature set, cost efficiency and performance in serving the industry.

Canadian Broadcasters Comment to CRTC on HD Radio 

Whether or not to bring the HD Radio digital broadcasting format into Canada was just one of many questions from the CRTC.

2014 NAB Show in Photos: Wednesday 

Images from the floor of the 2014 NAB Show by Chris Wygal and Steven Bell.

High School Radio Day Unites Stations Nationwide 

Third Annual High School Radio Day is scheduled after a successful event last year.

2014 NAB Show Insights: Roswell Clark 

Clark says monitoring and control continue to be more important, and methods to precisely time align HD are key.

2014 NAB Show Insights: Marshall Rice 

Rice says the HD Radio Configuration and its Impact on the Consumer Experience session was particularly interesting.

NAB Show Attendance Surpasses 98,000 

Registered attendance was well above the 2013 final total of 93,850.

2014 NAB Show in Photos: Tuesday 

Images from the floor of the 2014 NAB Show by Chris Wygal.

2014 NAB Crystal Radio Award Winners Announced 

Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service.

Germany's Klassik Radio AG Joins the EBU Smart Radio Initiative 

The Smart Radio Initiative promotes the integration of analog and digital integrated circuits in mobile devices, and has seen great support throughout Europe over the past year.

Jacobs Media Techsurvey10: Digital Continues to Challenge 

Core radio listeners are moving fast to digital media and gadgetry.

2014 NAB Show in Photos: Monday 

Images from the floor of the 2014 NAB Show by Chris Wygal.

Gordon Smith Calls on Regulators to Develop National Broadcast Plan 

Smith called on policymakers to develop a holistic regulatory approach that ensures radio and television broadcasting are not disadvantaged in the marketplace due to government bias towards other forms of media.

Gordon Smith Keynote at 2014 NAB Show 

Smith said: Broadcasting is broadcasters – men and women uniquely tied to the people they serve – men and women who are committed not only to innovation but to serving the public interest.

2014 NAB Show Insights: Bill Croghan 

Croghan notes the increase in IP interest, but lack of basic knowledge.

CBS and Nielsen Prove Power of Local Cross-media Measurement 

Integrating measurement of reach, frequency and ultimately sales response across both local television and radio platforms will benefit the industry as a whole.

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