Increased attendance, coupled with the generally positive economic outlook certainly added to the overall positive feelings on the exhibit floor.
Don't think you have customers? Think again. Everyone you work with is a customer in some way.
It seems to be a national debate, but it has real effects on local stations.
What's in store this year? Lots of new products, more sessions than ever, several high-profile speakers, and an expanded convention scope. It truly is an electronic media expo.
A good portion of the report discusses general transmitter efficiency for solid-state and tube designs, and analog and hybrid IBOC designs.
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When FEMA formally adopted CAP at the end of September, there was no collective sigh of relief from broadcasters.
If the NAB/RAB want to host a fall show, the technical aspect needs to be revised.
Once the decision is made, many broadcasters are concerned with the now legendary 180-day clock that will begin counting down.
The NAB and RIAA look to settle the terrestrial radio performance royalty by adding a Congressional mandate.
While the FCC defends it media ownership rules in court, some commissioners have a simplified view of what it takes to serve the public interest.
Economic indicators show that radio is poised for revenue recovery, but it's going to be a long road.
The 2010 NAB Show had a refreshed feeling this year, and the upbeat attitude was obvious in the exhibit hall and sessions.
Attendance at the 2010 NAB Show was up, spirits were high, and the media industry in general appears to be on an upswing.
For radio stations, streaming should be viewed as yet another path to reach an audience.
HD Radio, radio station apps, IP audio, and CAP will be popular topics at the 2010 NAB Show.
With our increasing hunger for speed and data, we're not always satisfied with what's available, but it appears that is changing.
Senate bill S.2881 -- the FCC Commissioners' Technical Resource Enhancement Act -- aims to provide greater technical resources to FCC Commissioners.
The reality is that EAS does not really work as well as it was intended. Editor Chriss Scherer does not believe any broadcast station should ever, as part of a standard plan, originate an alert.
Another RF expert takes over the RF Engineering column reins from John Battison: Jeremy Ruck. John is stepping back from his routine involvement with Radio magazine.