Tips, tricks, hints and more 

Many times important supplies go bad on the shelf, especially adhesives and sealants. Cutting and drilling tools dull quickly with heavy use.

Friday Night Delivery 

Paramount Broadcasting stations KFLP-AM/FM broadcast country music and agricultural news from their studios in Floydada, TX.

Great ideas in studio design 

Sometimes when confronting design problems it is helpful to have access to other engineers' approaches to the same or similar problems.

Towering Over Wyoming 

Legend Communications, which operates 14 radio stations in Wyoming, recently added two new stations to its Basin Radio Network in Gillette: KAML-FM, upgraded from a C1 station at 96.9 to a C0 at 97.3, and KDDV-FM.

Sample and Hold: Raised Awareness 

A September 2008 research effort by Mark Kassof and Co. reveals that 67 percent of 18-64 year olds have heard of HD Radio - compared to a similar study from 2006, which showed that 38 percent of people had heard of HD Radio.

Tips on reducing, reusing, and recycling at your station 

There are a lot of useful things thrown out as trash every day. While much of it really is garbage, even a slight glance at another man's trash can yield an unexpected treasure.

IBOC Around the World 

While HD Radio gains acceptance in the U.S., it is also making waves in other countries around the world.

Eye on Radio 

What does one do when asked to design and build a TV studio right in the middle of his radio station? Run with it. That's exactly what Cumulus Media-owned WQKC-FM did.

Advancement in Radio Technology 

The Radio magazine Advancement in Radio Technology Awards were created to recognize the best available products introduced over the last year with a practical

Reaching Millennials 

There is a new generation that needs to be spoken to. Millennials (also called Generation Y or Generation M), will possibly be one of the most influential generations in terms of how communication works. What this generation has in common is the ubiquitousness of the use of technology in their lives.

The Other Antenna 

It's worthwhile upon occasion to look at more common technologies to see what the most up-to-date products are and how they relate to common applications. This article is about antennas we don't commonly think of for broadcast transmission.

Tips, tricks, hints and more for Oct, 2008 

The Dremel handheld rotary drill kit, conversion calculators and more tools for your toolbox.

A Clear Consolidation 

Bringing together five New York City FM radio stations with long histories of being in their own studio space is no simple task.

Salary Survey 

While salaries are up this year and seminar attendance is stable, engineers may find themselves fighting to keep up with the demands of engineer and IT manager.

Web 2.0 

Technologists busily reinventing the Web say radio stations can look forward to an Internet where it's much easier to collaborate, innovate, and manipulate data and software on a wide variety of Net-friendly devices.

The World's First 

As the vision of Mixon Hall was being realized, CIM recognized the necessity of having a recording, production and broadcast studio, utilizing state-of-the-art technology, to match Mixon Hall and its many gifted performers.

Martha Quinn's RadioBu 

Having a custom-built personal studio was once a luxury on-air radio talent could not experience. With the move toward computer-based digital recording technologies, more and more on-air talent are finding that owning their own personal studio is now within reach.

The 2008 NAB Radio Show Sessions 

Selected sessions of interest to RADIO magazine readers at the 2008 NAB Radio Show. Selected sessions of interest to Radio magazine readers at the 2008 NAB Radio Show.

Tips, tricks, hints and more 

Changes to make for the fall season, the Extech Mini IR thermometer, steel letters and numbers, BNC extractor, and automatic changeovers for backup generators.

Clean up the Audio 

Advancement of codec design has allowed lower bit-rates to be employed, and most codecs sound decent at these rates, but they are much more fragile with regards to distortion and susceptible to artifacts.

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