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.
On-air processors tend to have some standard features. We look at what sets several flagship products apart.
The Ohio and Illinois Centers for Broadcasting operate six campuses to provide practical experience in a broadcast facility.
SNMP is an IP protocol that provides network elements a means by which they can communicate with and/or control one another. Here are ways you can implement it around your station.
ESPN Radio gives us behind the scenes access to one of baseball's biggest events.
Several case studies examine the current trends in distribution via IP links.
Audio Video Bridging (AVB) is the implementation of four protocols developed by the IEEE.
WZIP-FM at the University of Akron upgrades to give students a look at real-world technology.
NGEN Radio: Serving the Now Generation
At the core, the Logitek JetNet and Axia Livewire AoIP systems are very similar, but where they differ comes down to timing and mnemonics.
With all the available choices for remote broadcasting, consider your requirements, functionality and budget.
Today's remotes use handheld devices, small portables and other road case must-haves.
Radio Kansas evolves its transmission strategy to elevate its HD Radio sidebands.
Tracking multiplatform media usage.
Why it's so important to have network access at your transmitter site, and how you can do it now.
The Kansas City Chiefs first broadcast games in stereo in 1990. Cumulus began broadcasting the games in surround in 2011.