One bad apple 

The big topic this year will be indecency, thanks to the FCC and the consumer media that keep feeding this monster. It’s amazing how a little skin during a primetime broadcast can become a point of obsession for so many bureaucrats.

AM longevity 

Having read the Reader Feedback section in the January issue of Radio magazine, I must wholeheartedly agree with Jim Jenkins. AM radio is far from dead,

An MPEG of a different color 

Low bit-rate audio coding is an enabling technology for a number of applications like digital radio, mobile multimedia applications and Internet streaming

New Products (Apr 2004) 

FET condenser mic Brauner Microphones Phantom C: A fixed cardioid, phantom-powered FET mic, this product offers 8dBa self noise, 28mV/Pa cardioid sensitivity

TDM Data Solutions EAScriber Pro 

Weather warnings have been pouring into the studios all night about as fast as the falling rain outside. The air staff braces for another round of storms

Field Report: RFSoftware RFInvestigator 

Don Mussell reviews the RF mapping software.

New tower notification system 

The FCC has adopted a Tower Construction Notification System that is intended to help guide broadcasters through the often difficult process of determining

Concerning combiners 

Until the advent of FM, combiners were rarely required. After FM was introduced, the need for a method of feeding two or more FM frequencies into a single

Shaping radio today and tomorrow 

Do you remember? The Sound Technology 1500A was a microprocessor-controlled audio measurement test system. According to an ad in 1981, the unit was conceived

The killer app defined 

With the NAB2004 convention just days away, broadcast equipment manufacturers ready their wares for the annual showing while the attendees plan their

NAB Insider - March 23, 2004 

The weekly convention update for NAB2004 from Radio magazine, the radio technology leader.

Field Report: Harris Intraplex STL Plus 

WQSX-FM chose the Intraplex for its IBOC upgrade and provides this review.

Translator Applications Ripen 

The FCC now is immersed in evaluating and granting the thousands of FM translator applications filed as (non-mutually exclusive applications) in August

Changes in tower standards 

Sometime this year the Telecommunications Industries Association (TIA) will release the most comprehensive revision to the tower standards since 1996.

NAB Insider - March 16, 2004 

The weekly convention update for NAB2004 from Radio magazine, the radio technology leader.

Shaping radio today and tomorrow 

Do you remember? Introduced in the early 1960s, the Collins four-channel 212Z-1 remote amplifier's design was influenced by answers to a questionnaire

Field Report: Adobe Audition 1 

Audio self-expression can be found in Adobe's multi-track editing program.

Shaping radio today and tomorrow 

Remembering an EBS incident.

The digital age has arrived 

One day we'll look back and remember when the digital age of radio began.

The search continues 

In the summer of 2003 we began our search to find the oldest transmitter in daily use. We received some submissions directly from stations, while others

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