The DR-05 recorder is lightweight and the size is desirable for handheld operation; two factors you want in a portable recorder packed with a list of features.
Since the FCC's inquiry on wireless mics on TV channels 2 through 51, there have been new developments that will likely impact the use of wireless mics and other low-power devices in vacant spaces on TV channels, and the FCC has now invited a new round of public comment to refresh the record.
Terrestrial radio has been slow to keep up with the offerings of social media-centric Internet radio platforms such as Pandora, but there are tools a station can use to change that.
New Products from AKG, Auralex Acoustics, Olympus, Studer and more.
Need to pick up multiple FM signal from different directions? Here are some methods that will capture weak signals.
The talent microphone offers the first impression listeners hear for a remote broadcast. These AKG headsets deliver superior reproduction and tout some additional features.
Connecting a professional microphone to a tiny 3.5mm TRRS cell phone connection can be a challenge without a proper interface. But that's what these two devices from JK Audio are for.
Regardless of which antenna you select, the best quality antenna you can afford should be chosen as this is the last item in your transmission chain, and the last point over which you have control of your signal.
Don’t think streaming has a future? It slowly continues to grow, and some studies show the next steps for its success.
Radio K at the University of Minnesota celebrates 100 years of broadcasting from its first transmission via Morse Code in 1912.
The FCC is tweaking its rules relating to community of license changes for radio stations. Part of the effort is to ensure that rural areas retain local radio service.
New Products from Belar, Genelec, Roland, Sony Creative Software and more.
Doug Irwin finds some things to keep your tools organized and easy to find.
The Digigram Cancun 222-Mic USB audio interface is lightweight, has plenty of professional functionality, and its thin, sleek design makes it perfect for desktop reachability and it fits nicely into a laptop bag.
Higgs has spent the last 50 years on the radio, starting at WDMC-AM in Kalamazoo, MI.
Lee Petro looks at the big discussion items at the 2012 Radio Show.
Kevin McNamara sees three problems that need to be overcome to make HD Radio multicast profitable.
Attendance was up, exhibitors were happy. It seems the Radio Show has hit a positive stride.
New products from Auralex, Burk Technology, Enco Systems, Harris, Wheatstone and more.
John Battison proposed forming a new group to serve the needs of the station engineer, and the seeds of what would become the Society of Broadcast Engineers were sewn.
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