Ed Hooper once again sends fantastic pictures of the old days of radio with his new book Knoxville's WNOX.
This month: Brian Urban Chief Operator; KUT Radio, University of Texas at Austin; Austin, TX
While approaches using the sun, wind, sub-surface heating and water cause no pollution and little-to-no operational expense once installed, they have been relatively costly to deploy.
Tim Diehl gives the Microgen TS9080 100 percent thumbs up. It is an outstanding test tool and a must for serious engineers.
There's a new man at the helm of the FCC. Julius Genachowski has served as chief counsel to former FCC chairman Reed Hundt as well as being involved with media and telecommunications, so at least he joins the agency with some familiarity as to its function.
Under the new rules, AM stations may rebroadcast only on "currently authorized" commercial-band FM translators.
New products from Ace Products/Kaces, AEQ, Airtools, Day Sequerra, Dixon Systems, Furman Sound, Gepco International, Harris, Nautel, Small Plate Radio, Yellowtec and more.
According to a Harris Interactive survey, 46 percent of adults are ignoring Internet banner ads. However, 91 percent of radio listeners are listening to radio ads.
While the manufacturer can provide a replacement supply, finding your own replacement may result in a savings.
Steve Johnson has an extensive collection of antique radios. We highlight a few of the more interesting items.
We're a power-hungry industry. Electrical power, that is. As our technological diversity increases, our demand for power and reliance on power supplies follows.
This month: Tim Diehl, CBRE, Owner/President; RF Solutions, Tulsa, OK
John Battison looks back on the early days of the FRC and the FCC, recalling some of the simpler times and possibly better methods of another time.
The shift in reporting requirements, and a change to new reporting forms, arises from concern about the relatively low percentages of minority individuals and females among the ranks of broadcast owners.
As time passed and DA design work received increasing attention, it became obvious that more information was needed about how the antenna worked in its environment once constructed.
When I first heard Symetrix was shipping the new Airtools Voice Processor 2X microphone processor, I couldn't wait to get a look at it.
Everyone has an Ipod, so why not use it as a portable recorder?
Looking back at a 1927 Balkite ad for radio power units.
As we look ahead for relief, we see the predictions: on-air ad sales look flat, but online has promise. The overall economic view predicts a better future.
New products from Axia Audio, Blue Microphones, BW Broadcast, Digigram, Genelec, PTEK, Sierra Multimedia and Towermast.
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