Digital Consoles: More Power for Less Money 

Today there are a wide variety of digital consoles designed to fit any need and budget so there is no excuse for not considering them.

A chance for radio to shine -- NAB Radio 2002 

The NAB Radio Show allows the radio industry the opportunity to shine on its own without being lost in the shadows of other media segments. Its core focus is on delivering audio entertainment to a mass audience.

A point worth making in digital audio 

Floating point or fixed point? What does it all mean?

The Tower and the almost Inferno 

How Lotus Los Angeles dealt with a fire and condemned building.

When words count 

Whether it's sports, news or general talk, all that jabber presents some interesting challenges to the engineer responsible for maintaining a good and intelligible sound.

Dynamic Web content 

In these days of dwindling budgets and personnel, improving your Web presence can seem costly, but it may turn out to be a sound investment in the long run.

The Innovator Award 

“A mind once stretched by a new idea never regains its original dimension.”
       --Oliver Wendell Holmes

On Location: Old-time Radio In a Modern Era 

It's time for The Mighty Wurlitzer Radio Hour program to originate live on WCLV-AM and FM from the home of the John Milton Williams Museum of Radio Broadcasting History.

Radio One: Gambling on Media Row 

Radio One, which is the largest radio network targeting African Americans in the country, selected Indianapolis to invest in four radio stations.

Impressions of NAB2002 

It would not be correct to say that IBOC was on everybody's lips at NAB, but there was considerable interest in it.

Sharing resources 

A broadcast engineer working in radio in the 21st century inevitably has a colleague that has been affected by an engineering department consolidation, has himself been affected by such or will be affected in the future.

Studio to transmitter links 

To all but those who must maintain them, studio-to-transmitter links are a silent and sometimes forgotten step in the transmission chain.

Datacasting 

Ibiquity's IBOC system has been designed to support the broadcast of data services in all modes of operation.

Webcasting: A Primer 

Far from being complex and difficult, the process of webcasting is similar to traditional broadcasting models. It allows you to reach your audience at times you may not have reached them before.

WKQX-FM, Chicago 

When WKQX, Chicago's Q101, looked at building a new facility, it didn't move very far.

Listener-customized webcasting 

Internet-audio streaming is evolving disparately from the traditional radio broadcast model as computer-domain opportunities increase.

All about Routers 

Depending on your application, there are few different styles of routers to choose from in varying price ranges.

Insight on Sessions - NAB2002 

Each Spring, the NAB convention hosts the Broadcast Engineering Conference (BEC) which has been the launching point for countless broadcast technologies and new ideas. This year, the BEC offers a rich landscape of engineering issues to explore.

Online Audio Processing 

It is generally advisable to use a separate processor when setting up an Internet stream for the purpose of re-broadcasting your station over the Internet.

Presto! Digitalization! 

After 38 years, the WCBS-AM studios were ready for a major upgrade.

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