A quality digital installation requires more than good equipment.
You have seen several large radio facilities in the pages of BE Radio, including those for Clear Channel Denver and Sirius Satellite Radio. When they were completed, those facilities were the largest radio facilities in existence in North America. As is usually the case, once a milestone is achieved, the challenge to exceed it is made.
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.
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
New Century Media builds a functional new home with a view, but without unwanted sound.
The front lobby. The air studio. One production studio. The rack room. The hallway. The facility floor plan.
Eleven studios for six stations in three months? No problem.
The move to a digital facility involves a mix of traditional ideas and innovative methods. A facility sync generator is a necessity for most installations
Efficiency in facility consolidation Any facility construction project requires time and personnel to do the job right.
A big job a mile high Moving seven stations into a new facility is no small task. When Jacor decided to move KOA-AM, KHOW-AM, KTLK-AM, KHIH-FM, KRFX-FM,
While investigating a new transmitter building for WGCR, I found that the reinforced, welded rebar sort of construction I wanted for RF shielding was
See the studios of Unversal Studios Radio in Orlando before the 2002 remodeling.
When AMFM launched Mega 100 (KCMG, Los Angeles) in November 1997, it launched what would become a new radio genre: Jammin Oldies. The goal of the studio