The Source for New Products - 2011 Product Source
You're a technology professional. You rely on the latest technology to do your job and to keep your stations at their peak. You're always on the lookout for the right technology for the job. So are we.
At Radio magazine, we are on a constant quest to find new tools and new products to help you make great radio. We bring them to you in each monthly issue. We cover them in our twice-monthly New Products Extra email newsletter. And each year we assemble this compendium of the latest new products for our annual Product Source.
This issue is packed with new products. While many debuted at the 2011 NAB Show, we discovered others by looking outside the traditional broadcasting connections and into the pro audio and IT channels. Regardless of where it came from, everything in this special issue fills a need in radio.
We have gathered some products into special sections as well. These products fit unique needs outside the studio facility.
You'll also find everything in this issue posted at our website for easy reference: RadioMagOnline.com.
What you find within is an extensive mix of new products and services, but we know there's always more. If you have found an interesting device, product or service, tell us about it. Like you, we want to know about the latest new technology, and we want to share it with our readers.
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