Another full week of sessions, meetings and exhibits filled the middle of April as broadcasters and equipment manufacturers and suppliers converged on the city that has been the host of the NAB convention continuously since 1991. Here's a review of all things convention-related.
During and after a convention, everyone asks, What was new at the show? Here's your answer: the Radio magazine Pick Hits.
With six new studios and offices, everything had to be coordinated to work in harmony and keep the station flowing. To complicate things, in the middle of the project was an HD Radio conversion.
The design of the Jazz at Lincoln Center performance space allows for acoustic isolation making the theater an ideal place to create recordings for live and tracked productions that air over XM.
With analog, engineers know how to measure levels, frequency response and distortion to gauge the audio performance. Unfortunately, digital audio changes all this.
In March, the FCC approved rules that change IBOC from its experimental status to an approved system. The system that is now known as HD Radio can trace
Since the first stations officially commenced HD Radio transmissions in 2002, the number of stations implementing the technology has steadily increased.
In today's marketplace, radio station programmers and managers are looking for new and creative ways to attract and keep listeners. One way is through
Audio processing is one province of the field of broadcasting that remains solidly in the hands of the engineer at a radio station.
U.S. radio listenership is slipping while British listenership is increasing. What's the difference: technology.
Adding rooms and extra parking spaces to an existing building doesn't always work, as Entercom Kansas City found out. Deciding to make the move was only one part of the process.
It has been a prolonged transcontinental haul for the Public Radio Satellite System, the distribution network that handles thousands of hours of programming each year for more than 400 public broadcasters.
In 1936 Powel Crosley Jr, president of Crosley Radio, manufactured a radio receiver with no fewer than 30 tubes, six loudspeakers and four chassis.
Creative studio remodeling became the mandate at community/high school radio station WSTB-FM in Streetsboro, OH (near Akron). The station operates on
The only item needed for your NAB2007 checklist is the Radio magazine preshow coverage.
Radio magazine has reviewed the session lists to provide an overview of items you don’t want to miss.
The convention floor is full of new technology. Check out some of the products debuting at NAB2007 from the exhibiting companies.
When building a new remote broadcast system, find the correct balance between functionality and ease of use.
In its most basic description, this project entailed the addition of a 40 feet by 60 feet space attached to an older, steel-framed transmission facility, but the story extends far beyond the basics.