The Anti-Spyware Act 

In an effort to control "illicit indirect use of protected computers," the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Internet Spyware Prevention Act with a 415-0 vote on Oct. 7, 2004. Sponsored by Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-VA, the bill states that whoever intentionally accesses a protected computer without authorization and uses that program or code for illegal acts will be fined, imprisoned for a maximum of five years or both.

Your Browser's Been Hijacked! 

Computers all around the globe are being attacked by software that sneaks through firewalls and even the best virus protection software.

The Silent Partner Wire & Cable 

While wire is a passive component in an installation, the wrong choice can introduce signal losses between the source and destination, as well as introduce possible interference from external noise. The result is lost data and excessive installation time.

WRTI of Philadelphia 

WRTI was formed at Temple University during the Golden Age of Radio in 1948 as a campus-only carrier current station on 640 AM.

What's in your Wallet? (2004 Salary Survey) 

After studying the stats, not only will you have a better sense of how much money should be in your wallet, but also what is in the wallets of those around you.

Sound all around 

IBOC in Surround Sound: A look at the technologies in development.

Digital Audio Workstations 

While it takes several elements to make a production studio an effective workspace, the centerpiece of most studios is the digital audio workstation.

117th AES Convention 

The theme of the convention is the Art of Audio, which stirs ideas of the creative side of originating and distributing audio.

Disaster Planning Put to Good Use 

The Florida broadcasters' recent experience during Hurricane Charley was a case study in how reaction and preparation can affect the outcome of a disaster plan.

Move the studios? A Capital Idea 

Until the end of August 2004, KMAJ-AM, KMAJ-FM, KQTP-FM, KTOP-AM, KDVV-FM and KWIC-FM were in three different locations around town.

The 2004 NBA Finals on Lakers Radio KLAC 

Feeding a network of 16 English-language stations in California, Nevada and New Mexico with a remote broadcast almost every other night during the basketball season, KLAC has honed its process.

NAB Radio Product Preview 2004 

Look for these products from Arrakis, Audemat-Aztec, Broadcast Electronics, Burk Technology, Coaxial Dynamics, Comrex, D.A.V.I.D., DRS Broadcast Technology, ERI-Electronics Research, Harris, Inovonics, Logitek, Mediatouch, Moseley Associates, Nautel, Omnirax, Orban, Pike and Fischer, Prophet Systems, Radio Systems, RCS, RF Parts, Scott Studios, Sierra Automated Systems, Superior Electric, V-Soft Communications, Westar Music and Wheatstone at the NAB Radio Show.

Managing Content 

From the humble beginnings as a way to provide unattended playback of scheduled material with various mechanical methods, today’s automation systems are computer-based and provide much more than just audio playback.

V-Soft Communications FMCONT 

FMCONT is a software module that performs channel searches through a current FCC FM broadcast records database.

Build it big, build it right 

This radio station cluster includes a total of 27 studios: nine on-air studios, nine image studios and nine production studios.

NAB Radio Show Convention Preview 2004 

As with previous conventions, plenty of events are scheduled for the three-day conference. Between the sessions, the exhibit floor and special presentations, you’ll stay busy the entire time.

Sacred Heart Radio 

Through community support, WNOP was able to build studios to deliver its message to its Catholic audience.

Portable Perfection 

Recording audio outside the studio presents several challenges to the radio station. The ability to make a high-quality recording is not so difficult, given the broad range of portable choices to capture recorded sound.

The Future is now at Clear Channel Cincinnati 

After spending 15 years high atop Frog's Mountain, Clear Channel has successfully consolidated four AM stations, two FM stations, five radio networks, 250 personnel -- including 75 on-air and engineering staff -- under one roof.

Round cord in a Square plug 

This month Radio magazine highlights some of the less-obvious but no-less-important devices that serve essential functions.

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