For 17 years, Chriss Scherer has been the editor of Radio magazine. He is moving on to start the next chapter in his career.
When building its new broadcast production vehicle, MRN applied lessons learned from the past.
The technology is tried-and-true but smaller size can handle more power than ever before.
Beware of aggressive tactics from the tower tenants when it comes time to renegotiate the lease.
Lee Petro reviews several on-air missteps that can lead to sizable forfeitures.
Products and Technology
New products to be seen at the 2014 NAB Show from Audio-Technica, Comrex, Inovonics, Myers and more.
There are several audio codecs in use for streaming but they vary significantly in their ability to provide and maintain reliable audio quality at low bit rates.
While the studio furniture may seem like just a spot to place the console and mic booms, it defines how the entire room functions.
These two devices, related in function and form, are indispensible when working with RF.
John Battison was the founder and first president. In 1966, the first national elections were held and Charlie Hallinan became the society's president.
His career in radio began when he was 21 working mornings at WPLJ.
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The history of radio broadcasting extends beyond the work of a few famous inventors.
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