Radio Magazine Features
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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.
Ways to solve the problem of remote connectivity.
There's nothing worse than having something bad happen at the transmitter site, and not being able to see exactly what it is. The ability to take action remotely is clearly just as important.
After more than 50 years, this original studio facility was due for an upgrade.
Deva Broadcast, Henry Engineering, OMT, V-Soft and more
Klein White Broadcast Engineering climbs a steep hill to consolidate RF systems for two Sierra H Broadcasting stations.
Streaming audio continues to grow in consumer use. We look at the trends and technology driving it.
New products, sessions, the exhibit hall... our convention preview has it all.
The Entercom Denver station invests in an energy source that will pay for itself.
Extending a station's coverage with boosters is a common practice. HD Radio adds new considerations. We recap the current state of the art.
KALY-AM 1240 in Albuquerque, NM, provides a home for the syndicated kids show.
Data and multicast streams open lots of doors for HD Radio.
Radio magazine brings you the important dates in history that relate to radio broadcasting.
Our annual salary survey looks at the current state of personal earnings for broadcast engineers.
With so much streaming media, digital audio, digital RF and more around the station, new tools have become necessary. If you were to build an engineering shop today, what test equipment is necessary, and what's available?
There were many challenges and hurdles during the project, but station personnel persevered to the benefit of the Miami Valley's public radio audience.
Radio magazine has profiled the radio studios at Universal Studios Orlando before, but it was time for a return visit.
Call it the rack room or technical operations, the hub of the station is really a data center, and it should be as reliable as possible.
A million crosspoints set Clear Channel Seattle's new studio facility apart.