The European Broadcast Union (EBU) has struck a deal with Belfast-based codec manufacturer APT to use the company's Worldnet Oslo units as part of a pilot scheme designed to develop surround sound broadcasts.
Adding rooms and extra parking spaces to an existing building doesn't always work, as Entercom Kansas City found out. Deciding to make the move was only one part of the process.
The Samson Zoom H4 portable recorder looks like something out of Men In Black but it’s an exceptionally versatile portable recording device.
This cable is an easy answer to a common cable question: What if you only need to provide a single mic input?
When building a new remote broadcast system, find the correct balance between functionality and ease of use.
It was time for KSON and KIFM in San Diego to embrace the digital age of HD Radio. But it needed new, simple microphone processing that meshed with the new digital console and air chain.
American broadcasters may not be as familiar with equipment made by Madrid-based AEQ as other broadcast brands, but the designer and manufacturer of radio equipment has an extensive track record of major studio installations elsewhere.
Coding Technologies has released a new MPEG surround software development kit (SDK) for embedded platforms to bring surround sound to mobile phones.
An extension of the article in February's Insight to IBOC supplement, Editor Chriss Scherer talks to Surround Sound Audio Task Group Co-chairman Steve Fluker about the committee's surround sound paper.
Sometimes a mistake can result in the purchase of a really neat product. In this case, WRVL found a better audio to computer interface.
With the explosion in computer networking over the last 10 years, audio equipment manufacturers have taken notice of the new ways in which information (whatever that information consists of) is moved from one point to another.
Do you spend less time with other media because you're always online?
At Midem, a music and gaming convention held in Cannes, France, Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits introduced a new MP3 surround streaming module that allows manufacturers to build Web radios featuring 5.1 surround sound.
THX and Neural Audio are joining forces to develop and market surround sound technology to content producers and consumer electronics manufacturers.
When WBAL/WIYY had to design a production kit to cover the Baltimore Ravens, portability was important, but not the key. Time was the constraining factor. In this case, tear-down time had a special motiviation for the station if the crew wanted to catch the ride home.
Call screening software is critical to any talk station's operation. Finding a system that be configured to the station's needs is important, and the ability to try it before you buy it can help the selection process. Because the Call Commander software from Salem Radio Labs is free, trying it out is as simple as finding enough time to download and install it.
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.
When WGUC initially made the transition to HD Radio in 2003 it was looking forward to the added benefits it would bring, such as the ability to broadcast 5.1 surround sound. The station is now transmitting surround broadcasts whenever possible.
Agere Systems, Coding Technologies and Fraunhofer Institute showcased their MPEG Surround audio compression technique at the Audio Engineering Society's 121st show Oct. 6 through Oct. 8.
In honor of Greater Media's 50th birthday, here's a look back at its first years.
Pamplin's new studios would be extensive: two on-air studios, one control room, one news anchor booth, one full newsroom, one traffic studio, three production studios, one master control and a server room. In the end, the upgrade positions the station to be ready for the challenges of the future.
Take the mystery out of choosing a digital audio workstation. One producer looks at the various options and helps weigh the choices for you.
Bonneville's WTOP in Washington, DC, Clear Channel's WLW in Cincinnati and WBUR in Boston have chosen 25-Seven's Audio Time Manager (ATM).
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