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AES67 brought us some level of interoperability between audio over IP systems, but it did not address functions such as GPIO and device discovery. AESx210 aims to bring some of that functionality to the table as an industry-standard protocol.
Family-owned Hubbard Broadcasting begins the process of upgrading its Saint Paul radio studios to AoIP, starting with KSTP(FM)
The options for streaming audio delivery continue to change as listeners consume audio on a wider variety of platforms
Radio magazine talks with Tom Koser, owner of Koser Radio Group in Rice Lake, Wisconsin and his approach to local radio.
Radio for Milwaukee builds new studios to bring a community together
We bring you a first hand account of all-digital AM HD Radio testing in Washington and examine transmitter options for HD Radio
Radio magazine brings you the important dates in history that relate to radio broadcasting.
Cumulus builds a new campus in Nashville to house its NASH family of brands
Backups at a transmitter site are great, but if a natural disaster threatened your main transmitter site, how would you stay on the air?
When Northern Community Radio set out to build a new community radio station in rural northern Minnesota 38 years ago, naysayers said that it would be broadcasting “only to a bunch of gophers
Building a Robust Audio Link Using Multiple IP Paths
Examining AM, FM, and QAM
Integration with KYW TV-3 was a major component of the project.
In an always-on world, we can take utility power for granted. What’s your backup plan?
After several acquisitions, Beasley had five stations operating from three different facilities around the area.
Industry talk is on improving AM, but is it worth the investment?
When building its new broadcast production vehicle, MRN applied lessons learned from the past.
The technology is tried-and-true but smaller size can handle more power than ever before.
Beyond scheduling, today's radio automation thinks outside the box.
WUIS public radio puts IP routing to good use.