Step inside the studio used by Bill O'Reilly and Alan Colmes at Fox News.
The lines between audio and data are blurred further every day. Recent technology and product introductions take this even further.
When Nassau set out to build a consolidated facility for its stations in southern New Hampshire, the goal was to create a reliable and functional facility without breaking the bank. The engineering team had to overcome several obstacles, including the physical location, as well as challenges from the site owner and the local telephone company.
While the basic skills of evaluating system performance are still in place, the tools and the methods used today are changing significantly. Digital signals require analog tools, but you can't neglect the analog elements either.
While wire is a passive component in an installation, the wrong choice can introduce signal losses between the source and destination, as well as introduce possible interference from external noise. The result is lost data and excessive installation time.
Until the end of August 2004, KMAJ-AM, KMAJ-FM, KQTP-FM, KTOP-AM, KDVV-FM and KWIC-FM were in three different locations around town.
Radio magazine's annual Product Source, Beyond these walls.
Through community support, WNOP was able to build studios to deliver its message to its Catholic audience.
This radio station cluster includes a total of 27 studios: nine on-air studios, nine image studios and nine production studios.
A few engineers believe it is easier to maintain a digital audio chain because they no longer need to deal with the audible effects of ground loops, noise, crosstalk and mismatches typical in some analog signal paths. Wrong!
After spending 15 years high atop Frog's Mountain, Clear Channel has successfully consolidated four AM stations, two FM stations, five radio networks, 250 personnel -- including 75 on-air and engineering staff -- under one roof.
It is hoped that the PPM will level the ratings playing field by having the unique ability to take into account virtually all forms of media, including those originating from Internet streaming, digital satellite, cable and background sources, as well as traditional over-the-air radio and TV broadcasting.
There were several obstacles for Radio One to overcome when it decided to build a radio station in a mall.
The syndicated program Ring of Fire gets a new studio with some interesting features.
Jiminy Christmas, is this place big! Ron Dibble isn't exaggerating. The co-host of the Dan Patrick Show on ESPN Radio was accustomed to broadcasting from
This is the on-air studio of WFMT Chicago in 1983. WFMT was, and still is, a classic music station with cable distribution of its programming throughout
Most studio projects are driven by one of three forces: time, budget or desired performance. In the case of Clear Channel Los Angeles, time was the driving force.
A hot new radio facility in the desert.
This interface facilitates making analog audio measurements with an oscilloscope.
Step inside the all-digital facility of Clear Channel Chicago.
A station owner is motivated to build a top-notch facility serving a dynamic market.
After nearly missing an opportunity, this LPFM station has taken to the airwaves with strong support.
Take a look inside the studios of the USDA's radio service, which produces news, feature and documentary reporting.
Early solid-state audio spectrum instruments provided limited resolution, but the MSD100 offers a bright, easily read display of stereo separation and frequency dispersion.
Most digital equipment is woefuly lacking in its ability to display why it is unhappy. Luckily, the Digilyzer displays things such as lack of data compliance, bad cables or poor signal quality.