The NAB and RIAA look to settle the terrestrial radio performance royalty by adding a Congressional mandate.
A fan of the popular program on WKSU-FM provided a generous donation so the station could be more visible in the community.
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.
Ando Media plays a huge role in online audience measurement. Doug Irwin talks to Robert Favre, senior vice president of technology for Ando Media.
A new location, a new show. The NAB and RAB partner to produce the fall convention.
A look at some of the products you can expect to see at the 2010 Radio Show Marketplace.
Plan your days at The Radio Show with our session details.
One good working definition of the Smith chart is that it is simply a graphical calculator for normalized impedance and associated RF parameters.
With mid-term elections around the corner it's a good time for broadcasters to review their procedures to assure compliance with the FCC's political advertising rules.
Products and Technology
This mixer looks like a live-sound board, but it has features ideal for an on-air mixer.
This 10-input, 8-fader console has a USB audio interface built-in.
New products from Acoustical Solutions, AudioScience, Deva Broadcast, Enberg Electronics, Precision Quincy, Tascam, viaRadio and more.
Updates from Studer, Steinberg, Omnia and RCS.
Equipment cooling in a rack room should is an important consideration in the room design. But the HVAC is not the only item to consider.
This online radio station that will feature unabridged, multicast audiobooks of pulp fiction short stories and books written by L. Ron Hubbard in the 1930s and 1940s, for free.
The BIA/Kelsey predictions for radio revenue growth have been adjusted slightly upward.
The online headlines from the September 2010 issue of Radio magazine.
This month: Jeremy Ruck; Senior Engineer; D.L. Markley and Associates; Peoria, IL
Links to the advertisers in the September 2010 issue of Radio magazine.
Today in Radio History
The history of radio broadcasting extends beyond the work of a few famous inventors.
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- Trends in Technology: AES-X210, The "Missing Piece" of AES67?
- FCC Proposes Online Publc File Rules for Radio
- RF Engineering: Licensing AM Stations Using Method of Moments
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