Social Media Advertising, Online Radio Listening 

BIA/Kelsey forecasts U.S. social media ad revenues to reach $9.2 billion in 2016, up from $4.6 billion in 2012.

Bird Technologies Celebrates 70 Years 

Founded in 1942 by J. Raymond Bird, the company has nearly 50 patents under its wings and installations in more than 130 countries.

Sign Off: 2012 Salary Survey 

Our annual salary survey looks at the current state of personal earnings for broadcast engineers.

Radio K: 100 Years of Broadcasting 

Radio K at the University of Minnesota celebrates 100 years of broadcasting from its first transmission via Morse Code in 1912.

Jim Higgs: 50 Years 

Higgs has spent the last 50 years on the radio, starting at WDMC-AM in Kalamazoo, MI.

1961 John Battison Editorial Sets Plan for Creation of Society of Broadcast Engineers 

John Battison proposed forming a new group to serve the needs of the station engineer, and the seeds of what would become the Society of Broadcast Engineers were sewn.

Radio Personalities Still an Influence 

A University of Southern California survey shows that listeners feel a genuine relationship with their favorite radio personalities.

The Power of Sonic Branding 

A University of Southern California survey shows that listeners feel a genuine relationship with their favorite radio personalities.

Sign Off: Top Revenue Radio Stations of 2011 

BIA Kelsey released its list of top radio stations in the U.S. based on advertising revenue.

CBS Radio's WFAN Celebrates 25 years 

On July 1, 1987, WFAN-AM signed on-air in New York City.

Henry Engineering Celebrates 30 Years 

Nearly 100,000 of the company's Matchboxes have been sold since its introduction.

The Hindenburg: 75 Years Later 

A classic radio account was not carried live, but recorded live and broadcast the next day.

Inovonics Celebrates 40 Years 

The company has evolved form building tape recorder replacement electronics to advanced HD Radio monitors and multiband digital processors.

Sign Off: The Case for Audio Quality and Audio Processing in Streaming Radio 

Wheatstone Corporation commissioned a study to discover how and why stations can profitably coexist with the Internet.

What Happens When the Spots Come On? 

Contrary to what many believe, a study reveals that radio delivers most of its lead-in audience during spot breaks.

1950s Radio in Color 

The Lost Photographs of Cleveland Deejay Tommy Edwards is an exhibit that features more than 30 images of 1950s music, film and television stars.

Mic Manufacturer Milestones 

Two mic manufacturers - Audio-Technica and Rode - are celebrating anniversaries.

2012's Hot CE Tech Forecast 

Tablets and connected TVs are at the top of the list.

Sign Off: Women's Radio Usage 

An Alan Burns and Associates survey looks at women's radio and media listening and usage habits.

That Was Then: W1XOJ Boston 

W1XOJ at one time had a CP for 300kW on 42MHz.

Sample and Hold: Mobile Local Ad Revenues to Grow 

Among the drivers of mobile ad revenue growth are smartphone penetration, mobile Web usage and related increases in ad inventory.

Sign Off: 2011 Salary Survey 

Our annual salary survey looks at the current state of personal earnings for broadcast engineers.

Do You Remember? Miking Churchill 

The Bob Paquette Microphone Museum in Milwaukee loaned vintage mics as models for a statue of Winston Churchill at the Churchill Museum in Fulton, MO.

Sample and Hold: Radio Leads in Engagement Factor 

The survey findings underscore the personal relationship radio has with its listeners.

Do You Remember: Vintage Radios 

Radio works of art from the Golden Age of radio.

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