Frequency response, power handling and output level capability are all important factors to consider when choosing a speaker. These specs can provide a general baseline for making a final selection, but the real test in the sound.
Our final installment of the past 10 years of Radio magazine looks at the years 2002 and 2003.
We look back at that past ten years of radio as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Radio magazine. This installment looks at 2000 and 2001.
Digital audio workstations have proven to be a valuable part of any station's production equipment list.
This year's salary survey helps you, the radio industry professional, maintain your income better by providing salary information for various market sizes and job titles.
Take a look inside the studios of the USDA's radio service, which produces news, feature and documentary reporting.
Why won't your station commence IBOC operations?
Take a tour of Bill Young Productions, a production facility that you may not know by name, but you certainly know the work it has created.
This year, the NAB Radio show goes to Philadelphia, a city that has a long history with radio.
Photos from the convention floor of the 2003 NAB Radio Show.
Philadelphia has strong ties to broadcast manufacturers - and radio receiver manufacturers too.
If you have some free time in Philadelphia, here are a few ideas for ways to pass the time.
A look back at radio from 1998 and 1999.
The NAB Radio Show is radio's big chance to stand on its own without being overshadowed by other media segments. Radio magazine takes you inside the sessions for a preview of events.
A product preview of NAB Radio from AEQ, ATI, Audemat-Aztec, Audioarts, Broadcast Electronics, Coaxial Dynamics, Comrex, Dalet, Enco Systems, ERI, Lakesoft, LEA International, Logitek, Marti, Mediatouch, Moseley, Musicam USA, Prophet, SAS and Tower Switch.
An overview of radio automation systems and a product sampling of systems currently available.
Since opening its doors in 1995, radio stations around the world have been drawn to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's radio studio as a location for originating remote broadcasts.
Continuing our retrospective of the past 10 years of Radio magazine, we look at the years 1996 and 1997.
Going beyond the practical function of ensuring compliance with modulation limits, today's on-air processors provide substantial processing power without unwanted artifacts.
The recorders are smaller than ever, but convenience and quality are at their peak.