If you already work with streaming media you know the online audience, while not as large as the over-the-air audience, is growing rapidly.
A new location, a new show. The NAB and RAB partner to produce the fall convention.
A fan of the popular program on WKSU-FM provided a generous donation so the station could be more visible in the community.
Ando Media plays a huge role in online audience measurement. Doug Irwin talks to Robert Favre, senior vice president of technology for Ando Media.
By implementing asymmetrical sidebands, many broadcasters can maximize their IBOC signals to achieve greater digital listenership.
A look at some of the concepts behind datacasting and techniques for making the best use of the resulting data displays.
Originally built in 1986 as WKYN, WDDH (95-7 The Hound) was wheezing along with aging analog consoles that needed constant repair and dated handmade chipboard and plywood furniture. You should see the facility now.
POTS, ISDN, VoIP and beyond.
Doug Irwin explores ways to establish remote connectivity, how to safely use the public Internet for WAN functionality, and some less-obvious considerations once connectivity is created.
When Moody Bible Institute decided to rebuild its studio complex for the stations in central Alabama, a process began that brought the operations of stations from several cities into consideration.
To make the concept of an HD Radio quadcast a reality, WJFK established an IP-based distribution system to push signals from the three remote stations to its studios.
The 15 top new products of the 2010 NAB Show as selected by the Pick Hits panel of radio engineers.
New remote control systems have evolved far beyond simple contact closures and status indications.
Handheld devices are everytwhere, and radio is embracing them for equipment control and access.
A new-found focus has been given to offering video in addition to the traditional audio component of radio.
In June 2009, Mississippi Public Broadcasting culminated a multiyear effort and inaugurated two-channel HD Radio transmission to all eight of its Class C FM analog stations.
Periodically, we have tracked the progress of the HD Radio rollout by state. Through 2008, the number of stations adding HD Radio saw a steady increase.
With the current economic climate and rapid changes in the way we communicate, there are many uncertainties for radio and broadcasting in general. However, Spirit FM is prepared for the future of HD Radio, networking and any other new technology that tops the horizon.
The market's response to an increased flurry of audio gathering and production in the field has brought us new products and gadgetry.
Increasing the IBOC digital sidebands from -20dBc to -10dBc presents more challenges for broadcasters wanting to transmit from one antenna.