We all know that habits change. Radio listening habits (and naturally radio itself) have undergone some changes from their origin. The most dramatic change
Is there a future for Internet radio? It depends on whom you ask. The news in mid-April certainly put a damper on all things audio on the Internet. First,
Radio has been resilient enough to recover from every downturn it has experienced with an even higher subsequent peak.
Establishing and maintaining your station's Internet presence is a full-time job. Having a presence on the Internet isn't exactly a walk in the park.
The Internet is based on a layered protocol model. Each layer provides specific services and has particular responsibilities. The Internet protocol, or
In January, the NAB and several broadcast groups sued the U.S. Registrar of Copyrights, seeking to overturn the Copyright Office's final rule that radio
Working the clicks without the bricks has proven dangerous, and only those with the most patient pools of venture capital have survived.
As the Internet continues to play a larger and larger role in our lives, the role of the radio station must change to suit the times.
On the PC side, new codec upgrades for streaming media players will improve audio quality at lower bit-rates.
The new transmission medium for radio is the Internet. This is no surprise, as there are thousands of stations and Internet-only broadcasters online already.
Exploring the New Horizon The Internet is graphically based. Radio has never before enjoyed the possibilities of visual elements. While access via a handheld
There are a number of decisions you need to make when establishing a streaming audio presence on the Web.
By now you should have a website for your station. If you don't, you have some catching up to do.
At one time, streaming audio or video required that you feed a signal through a codec that was attached to a dedicated digital telephone connection that
I recently returned from the West Coast after attending both the NAB Radio Show and the 109th AES Convention. Apart from the one-day show-floor overlap,
One of the leading Internet radio and entertainment companies, eYada.com, will be moving into new facilities in mid-November 2000. Harris Corporation
As the Web continues to play an increasing roll in the marketing and positioning of radio stations, the subject will arise as to how Web hosting should