Once the decision is made, many broadcasters are concerned with the now legendary 180-day clock that will begin counting down.
The 2010 Salary Survey comes at the first rumblings of what is hopefully a wave of rebirth for the radio industry, as well as the nation’s economy.
The plan included a complete makeover of the play-by-play broadcast booth and the construction of a new pre/post-game stage in the Grand Entry Plaza.
Many IBOC systems have been up and running for five years now (or more) and so re-measuring compliance with the RF mask, while making use of the recommended methods, represents good engineering practice.
It's never been easier to learn and write useful programs that make your day-to-day life easier, more productive and increase your value as an employee.
In 2006 the FAA proposed to dramatically expand its influence over radio spectrum users – if not usurp the FCC in some areas of spectrum allocations.
Products and Technology
Overall the Comrex STAC has been a reliable system for the Tom Joyner Morning Show. It’s grown into a well established system that will be a benefit to any studio.
If you are looking for a mic for recording directly to you computer, this mic is the perfect fit.
New products from Jetcast, Tascam, Rycote, Cloud Microphones, AudioScience and CellXion.
Updates from Korg, RCS and Orban.
While many apps are toys or nifty gadgets, there are some that are practical in radio engineering. Here are some that have been suggested by readers.
Rod Hogg contacted us about his Fansteel Balkite B-180 power supply after seeing the Fansteel ad in our July 2009 Do You Remember column.
The results Harris poll show that a sizeable majority of American cell phone users would like the ability to listen to radio stations through their mobile phone.
The online headlines from the October 2010 issue of Radio magazine.
This month: Kent Kramer; Director of Engineering; Reach Media/Tom Joyner Morning Show; Dallas, TX
Links to the advertisers in the October 2010 issue of Radio magazine.
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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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