Regardless of the compliment of analog and digital equipment, every station's goal is to maintain a quality audio signal through the entire chain.
Many years ago, capturing and encoding was a tedious process. Nowadays it's almost as easy as point, click and leave.
Harris, Ibiquity and Impulse Radio present a six-city tour.
This facility is built on a campus unlike any other.
A robust transmission system is one that provides superior signal and audio quality, and provides this superior product even in adverse conditions.
Congratulations to Bob Orban for receiving the 2002 Innovator Award.
The fundamentals of the folded unipole have not changed much since 1952, but experience has provided several improvements as well as some weaknesses.
There are several factors to keep in mind when it's time to select a new transmitter.
Perseverance pays off for the University of Wisconsin student radio station.
DAWs are a critical part of the production process and buyers should choose one carefully.
Let creativity thrive by providing the proper tools and a comfortable work space for the idea factory of the station.
See how you stack up in the annual Radio magazine salary survey.
One year later the World Trade Center radio stations are still recovering.
Once thriving, Afghanistan's media were seriously restricted under Taliban rule.
The introduction of Ibiquity IBOC-capable radios is slated for the January 2003 CES, so let's review the information at hand so that you know how IBOC works.
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.
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.
Floating point or fixed point? What does it all mean?
How Lotus Los Angeles dealt with a fire and condemned building.
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.