The 2011 Radio Show is off to Chicago, and Radio magazine editor Chriss Scherer is looking forward to the trip.
While stations and networks take heroic efforts to create this audio, many stations are not fully protecting or managing these assets once they exist.
After its years of evolution, KUNC settles into its new home serving Colorado's eastern plains and mountain communities.
Our convention preview shows you the products, the sessions and the sights of Chicago.
New products from ERI, Inovonics, MusicMaster, Wheatstone and more.
If you have some spare time in Chicago, take in some sights and grab a bite.
It is prudent to create and maintain a plan for disaster recovery at your facilities, which includes maintaining a strong working relationship with your consulting engineer.
On Aug. 23, 2011, the Commission released a public notice announcing it has pushed back the filing deadline for the Reports until Dec. 1, 2011.
Products and Technology
Available in an 8- or 12-channel chassis, Greg Savoldi says this console was exactly what his volunteer station needed.
This computer audio interface provides phantom power, direct line-in inputs for musical instruments or audio components, and features capture and mix for high-quality sessions, with up to 24-bit/48kHz audio resolution.
New products from AudioScience, KRK Systems, Olympus, SOnifex and more.
Recycle an old vending machine to keep the jocks happy.
No need for an editing program if you can get the command line in Windows.
A common restaurant trick might save your device.
Get that hard-to-reach nut back in place.
Take a tip from the guitar players to keep things in place.
The Bob Paquette Microphone Museum in Milwaukee loaned vintage mics as models for a statue of Winston Churchill at the Churchill Museum in Fulton, MO.
The survey findings underscore the personal relationship radio has with its listeners.
The online headlines from the September 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
Links to the advertisers in the September 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
This month: Larry Selzle; Chief Engineer; KUNC; Greeley, CO
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