Looking back at Harold Hallikainen's modified Moseley TRC-15 and looking ahead with today's radio listenership.
Looking back with photos from KHSL 1290 from Dino Corbin and a sample of how many people make up radio engineering departments.
Looking back with photos from WOCB AM/FM Cape Cod, an ad from Metrotech, and looking ahead with consumer electronics' forcasting.
In November, Arcadia Publishing Co. of Charleston, SC, will release Images of America: Knoxville's WIVK by Ed Hooper. This book delves into the history.
Looking back at McCurdy Radio Industries from 1974, Marvin Collins on the job at WUSH in 1956 and how today's youth are listening to radio.
Shure SM60, WUSJ-1340 AM and the XM/Sirius merger
More old General Electric FM radio ads for Color Radio.
Old General Electric FM radio ads, staff photos from WTOA-FM and HD Radio's role in new automobiles.
Hurricane Camille, KPO San Francisco and cell phone ownership.
A Collins 12H console at WFMS Indianapolis, Pete Fornatale at WFUV and America's techiest cities.
WXVW studios in 1968, a Texar ad from 1988 and current vs. future mobile phone usage.
Jeff Keith's SMO900, a 1957 ad for a General Electric transistor radio and songs played by label on terrestrial radio and Live 365 in 2006.
WHK celebrates its 85th year this year, the original Media Touch system is revisited, and the next wave of radio listeners are listening to radio at all.
Do you remember? The first Continental Electronics 317C 50kW AM transmitter was installed in 1965. The transmitter was mostly solid-state and featured
What feature to do consumers want most in their next MP3 player?
What do you like best about radio?
Do you remember? Gates-Harris Intertype manufactured and marketed the Vanguard I 1kW AM transmitter during the early 1960s. The transmitter combined solid-state
Do you spend less time with other media because you're always online?
Remember the Ampex Disc Spot? This merging of a tape recorder and a phonograph never really took off.
Do most stations lose listeners during radio commercial breaks? The reality may surprise you.
In honor of Greater Media's 50th birthday, here's a look back at its first years.
The computer hard drive is 50 years old this month. Take a look at the IBM RAMAC, which held 5MB of data and was the size of a refrigerator.
Turnkey studio installations are not a new idea, and we look back at one offering from the 80's. Also, Radio magazine reviews the top radio revenue generators of 2005 and adds its own analysis.
Portability is the strength of radio. We look at the early days of portable test and measurement, an improvement to the portable radio of the 50's, and the current trend in portable audio listening.