While the Pick Hits are very popular, and quite coveted, perhaps you don't know exactly what they are and why we're so proud of them. Here are the details on how they are decided.
After 57 years in the same building, CKUA was ready for a move. But it hasn't forgotten its history.
20 products were chosen by the Radio magazine Pick Hits panel.
A thief may get a few dollars for the metal he steals from your site, but the real cost of the vandalism can add up fast.
Lee Petro explains the many aspects of the FCC's two-month filing window for applicants with pending FM translators.
Products and Technology
In the production studio, especially in critical scenarios where music mastering is of concern, are VU and PPM meters really showing us how loud our mixdowns are? You can decide for yourself, after a brief introduction to iZotope's brand new Insight plugin.
This XY mic plugs into an iPhone 4 to make the iPhone a practical handheld recorder.
The most personal pieces of equipment in a studio are the announcer's or producer's headphones. Here are several models any announcer should be able to afford.
All about messenger cables, drip loops and other ways to ensure a reliable cable installation.
The EIA released a study on consumer awareness of RBDS, and we looked at the new digital audio processors.
The survey results show consumer usage of media and radio with various devices.
The online headlines from the June 2013 issue of Radio magazine.
Links to the advertisers in the June 2013 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: Streaming Audio Update
- Contest Rules Rewrite and EAS Issues
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