Minneapolis Public Schools upgrades their aging equipment with new Audio over IP technology
When Northern Community Radio set out to build a new community radio station in rural northern Minnesota 38 years ago, naysayers said that it would be broadcasting “only to a bunch of gophers
Building a Robust Audio Link Using Multiple IP Paths
Integration with KYW TV-3 was a major component of the project.
After several acquisitions, Beasley had five stations operating from three different facilities around the area.
David Holland discusses the challenges of designing radio studios for video.
When building its new broadcast production vehicle, MRN applied lessons learned from the past.
WUIS public radio puts IP routing to good use.
Prefabricated structures offer many benefits for a transmitter site.
When WETA had to replace its on-air console, it wasn't as simple as setting a new one in place. It had to be cut in half.
Yancy McNair, regional engineer for Cumulus, disassembles a studio in less than a minute in these time-lapse videos.
A cutting-edge radio and TV broadcast media center brings hope and entertainment to a sixth pediatric hospital.
WTMD at Towson University builds a showcase with music in mind.
30 concurrent broadcasts to 2,300 affiliates is just routine for the sports network.
After 28 years in temporary facilities, it was time for an upgrade.
Rebuilding on a budget can still make a showcase facility
After 57 years in the same building, CKUA was ready for a move. But it hasn't forgotten its history.
Take the studio floor plan and place the furniture design on top of it to avoid some common problems.
This high-visibility and high-traffic area got the full acoustic treatment.
After more than 50 years, this original studio facility was due for an upgrade.
Klein White Broadcast Engineering climbs a steep hill to consolidate RF systems for two Sierra H Broadcasting stations.
The Entercom Denver station invests in an energy source that will pay for itself.
KALY-AM 1240 in Albuquerque, NM, provides a home for the syndicated kids show.
There were many challenges and hurdles during the project, but station personnel persevered to the benefit of the Miami Valley's public radio audience.