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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.
Prefabricated structures offer many benefits for a transmitter site.
When WETA had to replace its on-air console, it wasn't as simple as setting a new one in place. It had to be cut in half.
Yancy McNair, regional engineer for Cumulus, disassembles a studio in less than a minute in these time-lapse videos.
A cutting-edge radio and TV broadcast media center brings hope and entertainment to a sixth pediatric hospital.
With various IP audio systems in existence, there was no common communication between them - until now, thanks to AES67.
Staying on-air is priority #1, but 100 percent redundancy comes at a cost.
WTMD at Towson University builds a showcase with music in mind.
It's a major capital purchase that must operate for many years.
30 concurrent broadcasts to 2,300 affiliates is just routine for the sports network.
Useful tools to aid in installing and maintaining Ethernet networks
After 28 years in temporary facilities, it was time for an upgrade.
Using IP for audio contribution is now the norm. Here's a recap of the current tech.
Rebuilding on a budget can still make a showcase facility
The effects of a low Modulation Error Ratio, how is it measured and what you can do to make it better.
After 57 years in the same building, CKUA was ready for a move. But it hasn't forgotten its history.
This high-visibility and high-traffic area got the full acoustic treatment.