Is there a future for Internet radio? It depends on whom you ask. The news in mid-April certainly put a damper on all things audio on the Internet. First,
Broadcast engineers are an eclectic bunch. Put a few of them together at a social function, and you're likely to hear a discussion about almost anything.
Like mushrooms after a heavy rain, unwanted reradiators sometimes appear almost overnight in the near field of AM antennas.
If you ask most broadcast managers about going digital, you will probably get a response like, It's not a question of if; it's a question of when. However,
Fundamentally, data communications networks provide a means to access and deliver information to users over a common infrastructure.
The FCC has proposed a new schedule of annual regulatory fees.
Matters of impedance are deeply significant in radio engineering. In audio, with lower frequencies, the actual component values are generally considerably
In January, the NAB and several broadcast groups sued the U.S. Registrar of Copyrights, seeking to overturn the Copyright Office's final rule that radio
As consolidation comes to a close, radio general managers are faced with increasing the profit margin of the station. Because of high cash flow multiples
Is the airing of content that makes most listeners dive for the off switch really making the airwaves serve the public interest? In the wake of the LPFM
When Michael Powell was appointed FCC chairman earlier this year, the Commission was already under fire from several sides. Many people thought that Kennard's
Local Area Networks (LAN) allow users to share data and resources, such as printers and Internet connections. It's hard to find a business without a LAN
Wouldn't it be nice to send a recorder into the field that never came back to the shop for repair? Most field recorders rely on mechanical transports
Strong on LPFM Don't be too sure about LPFM, Chriss [Viewpoint, January 2001]. We have applied for 105.9 in St George, SC. We do not expect to broadcast
Most stations are using the Web as a means to communicate with listeners and as a means to extend marketing efforts.
Working the clicks without the bricks has proven dangerous, and only those with the most patient pools of venture capital have survived.
Readers Speak up.
Here we are again, getting ready for another NAB convention. Whether you attend the show or not, this annual event influences you and your broadcast operation
We examine the idea of having a business plan and explain its fundamental importance in the startup and operation of a contract engineering business.
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