Two radio facilities: While they are very different operationally, they have quite a lot in common.
Staying on-air is priority #1, but 100 percent redundancy comes at a cost.
WTMD at Towson University builds a showcase with music in mind.
After a decade of discussion, some changes have been implemented.
Following a nearly three-week shutdown, the FCC took steps to address the effect of the government closure.
Products and Technology
New products from Auralex Acoustics, Lowell Manufacturing, RTW, Yamaha and more.
Wheatstone has its approach to providing a completely digital path from processor to transmitter.
Video for radio may not seem like an obvious connection, but video is ideal for a station's website and social media efforts.
The free program can be used quite effectively for path studies, but you have to jump through some hoops.
A homemade radio transmitter built in 1922 still sits in the Olathe home where it was first used. And it still works.
The online headlines from the November 2013 issue of Radio magazine.
Links to the advertisers in the November 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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- FCC Proposes Online Publc File Rules for Radio
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