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When It's Time for a Change 

For 17 years, Chriss Scherer has been the editor of Radio magazine. He is moving on to start the next chapter in his career.

This Month in SBE History: The First National Elections 

John Battison was the founder and first president. In 1966, the first national elections were held and Charlie Hallinan became the society's president.

Do You Remember? Jim Kerr Celebrates 40 Years On the Air in New York City 

His career in radio began when he was 21 working mornings at WPLJ.

New Products (April 2014) 

New products to be seen at the 2014 NAB Show from Audio-Technica, Comrex, Inovonics, Myers and more.

Practical Use: Circulators and Isolators 

These two devices, related in function and form, are indispensible when working with RF.

On-air Missteps to Avoid 

Lee Petro reviews several on-air missteps that can lead to sizable forfeitures.

Tower Lease Renegotiation 

Beware of aggressive tactics from the tower tenants when it comes time to renegotiate the lease.

Applied Technology: Streaming with the MPEG HE-AAC Audio Codec 

There are several audio codecs in use for streaming but they vary significantly in their ability to provide and maintain reliable audio quality at low bit rates.

Side by Side: Studio Furniture 

While the studio furniture may seem like just a spot to place the console and mic booms, it defines how the entire room functions.

Traditional Radio Still Strong With Millennials 

A study shows that changes in media consumption are more obvious in the younger age groups.

This Month in SBE History: Engineers, Certification and the FCC 

March is typically a busy month for the SBE leadership.

Testing AM Antennas 

While some tasks are best left to a consulting engineer, there are some measurements that can be made as part of a regular maintenance routine.

FCC Enforcement Items to Watch 

Lee Petro recaps recent FCC violations so you can learn from the mistakes of others.

Tech Tips: Test a Microwave Shot at the Receive Site 

A handful of attenuators can help you set a benchmark.

Tech Tips: WD-40 and Windex 

Remove sticky residue from labels and tape. And then remove the residue from the cleaner.

Tech Tips: Best Ways to Maintain Wiring Documentation 

Excel is a common method of tracking a wiring database, but there are other methods. Tell us about yours.

New Products (March 2014) 

New products to be unveiled at the 2014 NAB Show from Deva, Inovonics, JK Audio, RCS and more.

Field Report: Cloud Microphones Cloudlifter CL-1 

This phantom-powered mic preamp has many uses in your audio toolbox.

Bad Weather is an Opportunity for Radio to Shine 

But radio can't just wait for a crisis to remain relevant to consumers.

Field Report: Yamaha Pocketrak PR7 

With 2GB of internal memory, this handy recorder is ready to go.

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