The 1st annual Radio Innovative Product Award Winner 2004 

The Innovative Product Awards were developed to honor excellence in new product development in the radio industry. Audioscience’s ASI8702 was the winner in the Acquisition category.

The final Element 

Examine some ideas and items to look for in the budgeting and planning process as they apply to FM and AM antennas.

The Infinite Stream 

But how do Google searches and Itunes translate into advertising revenue?

Case Study: Installing multicast 

Broadcasters have sought the killer application for FM HD Radio, and at first glance it looked like program-service data was going to be it.

Clear Transmission 

The increasing interest in HD Radio among broadcasters has prompted radio transmitter manufacturers to invest heavily in the development of new products.

Portable affordable 

When Chris Wygal joined WRVL, his goals were to improve the home-crowd ambience, put a pre-game crew on the concourse of the stadium, make the station's sideline reports easy to hook up and get the game in stereo back to the station. But how was he going do this with a budget that left little room for sports broadcasting?

Redefining a heritage 

After 79 years on the 23rd floor of its Times Square location, it was time for WOR to move its operations.

The NAB2005 Show in Review 

New products from NAB2005 from Airsis, AKG, Armstrong Transmitter, Arrakis, Audemat-Aztec, Audio Science, Audioarts Engineering, Axia Audio, Bext, Broadcast Devices, Circuitwerkes, Digital Juke Box, Eddystone Broadcast, Harris, Logitek, Nautel, Omnia Audio, Pocketrec, Prophet Systems, SBE, Tascam, V-Soft Communications and Wheatstone.

Bigger Is Better 

How can seven employees get their work done in a radio station that is so small, there is literally no room for them to do their work? They build a new facility.

The Pick Hits of NAB2005 

The Pick Awards are the original technology award presented at the NAB convention. See the 15 products that made the judges' list in 2005.

The 1st annual Radio Innovative Product Award Winners 2004 

The 2004 Radio magazine Innovative Product award winners have demonstrated talent and commitment in every aspect of development at each company, from concept through sales. See who you chose to receive this award.

Bonneville Goes Digital in St. Louis 

Bonneville International had a major problem with its four newly acquired radio stations in St. Louis, but it was nothing that a new studio couldn't fix.


The humble beginnings of a system to automate the functions of an announcer with a mechanical, tape-based machine are only a small part of the wide range of functions that can be handled today.

PADding the truth 

One obstacle in displaying PAD from an automation system is that the information entered into the system may not have been keyed in a form that is suitable for the public.

The extra bits in IBOC 

Data has always been a part of the IBOC plan, but it is just being recognized for its current and future capabilities.

Standards in data 

An informal standard for data services is defined by ID3, which grew from the popularity of MP3 files and the desire to include information about the audio within the file.

Open Mic 

We asked two industry professionals about their station's data capabilities. Read what they said.

The Proper Support 

The one element of an air studio that makes everything work together is often the most overlooked.

Syndicating a Website's Content in Five Minutes 

RSS is being seen by increasing numbers of Web users as an alternative to e-mail, because it can be used by Web surfers to track changes on websites without requiring a user to release an e-mail address.

KQED: Improving on excellence 

When the most-listened-to public radio station in the country upgrades to all-digital production, you can be certain that it will not be a timid or hesitant move.

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