Shaping radio today and tomorrow 

DAB from January 1994 | The debut of the Wheatstone A-300 | Satellite radio subscriber projections

FCC tackles EEO for a third time 

The new rules require broadcasters to disseminate notice of full-time job vacancies and to participate in a specified number of recruitment activities.

Downlinks and antennas 

The most popular method of point-to-multipoint audio distribution, a satellite receive system requires regular maintenance.

New quest for a new year 

The end of 2002 saw a Notice of Inquiry that could once again create havoc for some spectrum users.

Working contractor to contractor 

The wholesale movement and consolidation of station facilities has made the contract engineer as much a project manager as a part-time maintenance engineer.

What CARP means to you 

Until recently, broadcasting the same program material over the Internet was basically free. This changed in 2002, and it's going to cost you.

Radio Magazine Wins 2002 Ozzie Award for Best Cover 

Recognition by one's industry peers is the highest possible honor. Radio magazine has been honored by the publishing industry by winning another national award.

Shaping radio today and tomorrow 

WKLS and Stanton Magnetics | A unique RCA on-air light | Buying and selling radio stations

Test your RF system 

Modern equipment is stable and reliable, but some things should be checked on a regular basis.

Higher performance from audio 

Radio magazine readers speak their minds.

New Products (Dec 2002) 

Broadcast Tools | D&R Electronics | Electro-Voice | FastChannel Network | Jasoni Electronics | Telos Systems | TM Century | Valcom

Motorola Symphony Digital Radio 

A look inside the radio chipset that promises improved reception without the costs of digital transmission conversion.

Cause and effect 

The many sides of the current and future states of radio.

Be an effective record keeper 

Avoid the endless reams of paper and consolidate your records.

Digital radio launched 

In October the Commission announced procedures that allow AM and FM stations to immediately begin interim IBOC digital transmissions on a voluntary basis.

Security through encryption 

Data encryption is simply a more advanced form of cryptology that can keep your data safe.

Field Report: Stardraw.com Stardraw Radio 

Stardraw Radio is a computer-aided design (CAD) program for designing radio studios.

DA maintenance 

With the FCC's reduced logging requirements, there is no excuse for a directional array not to have adequately written maintenance logs.

Meet Gordon Carter 

Meet the professionals who write for Radio magazine.

The IBOC rollout begins 

The FCC has selected in-band on-channel (IBOC) as the digital radio broadcast technology of choice for AM and FM--what does this mean to you?

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