The sessions, the exhibits, the technology... It really is time for another NAB Show.
2012 NAB Show Preview
New products from Audio-Technica, Burk Technology, Enco, Henry Engineering, RCS, Tascam and others will be unveiled in Las Vegas.
Why it's so important to have network access at your transmitter site, and how you can do it now.
The Kansas City Chiefs first broadcast games in stereo in 1990. Cumulus began broadcasting the games in surround in 2011.
Some important events relating to translators warrant some attention.
Lee Petro further explores the FCC's policy to slow processing of FM translator applications where the licensees have moved a facility long distances through a series of minor change applications.
Products and Technology
Leighton Interactive likes the integration of Liquid Compass streaming services and the AdsWizz advertising platform.
Chris Wygal thinks Sony Sound Forge Pro 10 is a veritable Swiss Army Knife for audio recording, restoration and mastering.
The latest breed of cable testers can quickly diagnose wiring errors, and some models have added unique connectors beyond XLR and TRS as well, such as RJ-11, RJ-45 and USB.
Legacy equipment has serial control. New computers don't. Here's what you can do.
The number of devices that use serial communications rather than IP and Ethernet is shrinking rapidly, but there are still plenty of serial devices around.
Contrary to what many believe, a study reveals that radio delivers most of its lead-in audience during spot breaks.
The online headlines from the March 2012 issue of Radio magazine.
Links to the advertisers in the March 2012 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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EAS Information More on EAS
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Information from manufacturers and associations about industry news, products, technology and business announcements.
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