2001 Salary Survey - Write-in Comments 

The Salary Survey contained additional questions that allowed respondents to comment on radio issues.

2001 Salary Survey 

As the face of radio broadcasting evolves, industry professionals are faced with many decisions, including determining a fair salary.

Trends in Technology: Loudspeakers 

If you ask most jocks/announcers what type of loudspeakers they would like in the control room, you might hear a response like “lots of power so I can feel the music.” If you put this query to the station engineer, you're just as likely to get a different response with specs on sensitivity and power handling.

Get into the Production Groove 

The phrase “radio production” is a catch-all phrase used to describe any event that is not created live on the air. Production reaches farther than commercials and includes non-commercial production work such as station imaging and promotion, and feature program origination.

Targeted ad insertion 

The question of "How can I make money Webcasting?" has taken on the new twist of "How can I afford it?" Ad insertion systems, which were originally an evolutionary step toward creating new revenue sources, are now in the spotlight as a means to manage these new fees.

Digital STLs 

Until the last few years, the narrow bandwidth (300kHz) of the 950MHz radio channels, which was adequate for the audio and technical standards of the all-analog world, was insufficient to handle the much greater bandwidth of the digital signals of newer generation, AES3-compliant studio equipment.

The 2001 NAB Radio Show 

When the NAB Radio Show returned after the demise of the World Media Expo, New Orleans played host to the event. That show was well attended, and New Orleans proved itself to be a worthy convention city. Four years later, the NAB Radio Show makes its way back to the Big Easy.

Digital Audio Workstations 

One would think that by now all radio stations and audio production studios have replaced their analog reel-to-reel tape recorders with some type of digital editing system. Many have, but surprisingly, my visits to different facilities have revealed that there are still many that haven't upgraded to the latest technology.

Today's High-Performance Audio 

With a ten-year history of bringing some of the best and brightest in classical music to the radio, National Public Radio's Performance Today boasts a listenership just under two million and a carriage list of over 250 stations. It is the most listened-to classical show on public radio and broadcasts two hours per day, seven days a week.

WBAA-AM/FM, West Lafayette, IN - Purdue University 

A $2 million renovation underway at WBAA AM/FM, Purdue University's NPR affiliate, will nearly double the size of the station's studios and offices in

The Final Countdown for Satellite Radio 

Radio currently has three different forms: terrestrial, Internet and the newest innovation, satellite radio.

Problem Solvers & Interfaces 

When the ins and outs don't match, save the day the easy way.

Function and Design on Puget Sound 

New Century Media builds a functional new home with a view, but without unwanted sound.

BE Radio Pick Hits Rules 2001 

The Pick Hits are selected by following a specific set of rules.

Ad insertion 

Ad insertion systems address the problem of matching advertisers with an audience when broadcasting on the Internet. In the simplest terms, current ad

Test & measurement from NAB2001 

The explosive use and integration of the AES format in radio broadcast facilities has prompted several manufacturers to get in the game by building test equipment.

NAB2001: A Radio Odyssey 

The convention evolution continues as the long existing terrestrial radio coexists with the burgeoning Internet radio and the about-to-be launched satellite

Wired audio transport at NAB2001 

All about wired connections at NAB2001.

On-air playback and automation 

The innovative phase of on-air playback systems has reached its peak.

Audio processing at NAB2001 

Audio processing at NAB2001

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