For years exhibitors have been talking about the quality of the attendees being good even though quantity had slipped. This year was the ultimate example of that with fewer attendees, but those who were there were serious buyers.
Brian Beezley has documented the audible effects of misaligned time delay and mismatched audio, and he has written a handy utility to help keep the analog and digital elements synchronized.
Looking back at NAB Show attendance, and looking ahead at FM-capable cell phones.
This month: Meet Mark Nootbaar, Assistant News Director, WDUQ-FM, Pittsburgh
Analog audio was simple. It could be transmitted easily and heard with anything. Digital audio complicate things, but standards help. Now we have IP audio. Is this the replacement for AES3?
Most LCD screens were not meant to operate 24/7. Here's a capacitor upgrade that may buy you some extra life.
Trouble mounting a computer in a rack? You can try to make do with modified shelves, or get the right hardware for the job.
New products from Auralex Acoustics, Axia Audio, Broadcast Electronics, Day Sequerra, Enco Systems, Marantz, Sonifex and Yamaha.
Finding new uses of old equipment helps the bottom line. How about getting more power out of a power amp? If the stereo amp can be converted to bridging mode, there's hope.
The FCC was not able to implement the new application fees in January, so despite the Federal Register notice the agency has continued to charge the old fees. But the latest announced implementation date, April 28, is firm.
Several versions of the Hawk and now the Studio Hawk have been an indispensible safety net for our operations in Birmingham and Tuscaloosa for several years now. I feel comfortable enough to "disengage" from constant monitoring knowing the Studio Hawk will alert me the minute any one of our stations has an audio problem.
Genelec's 6010A and 5040A active speaker system allows for portable and compact studio reference monitoring with no sacrifice of quality and accuracy. Setup is a breeze and the acoustic design makes for stellar performance in not-so-stellar environments.
Looking back at Broadcast Electronic's 1959 Spotmaster and looking ahead at the entertainment industry going green.
The first field-installed Kinstar antenna system is in use at KCST-AM, Florence, OR.
Radio magazine has blogs, forums, and plenty of RSS feed options. And it's on Facebook and Twitter. It's easier than ever to stay connected to what's happening in radio broadcasting from Radio magazine.
This month: Meet Bob Newberry, Clear Channel Radio Birmingham/Tuscaloosa, AL
XLR to USB adapter
After years of relying on the broom method and not having the budget to invest in a commercial deicer, KLJC engineer Glenn Williams devised his own way to keep the ice away.
I would recommend you consider the TLM-1 when the need for a tower light monitor arises, especially if you have a tower light circuit where a separate wire is not available for each sidelight and beacon level.
What precisely constitutes a commercial is not easily determined. Generally NCE stations cannot accept payment in return for the on-air promotion of commercial activities.
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