NAB Insider from Radio magazine - Mar 31, 2009 

Radio magazine's weekly newsletter of news, business, product announcements and more to help you prepare for the 2009 NAB Show.

Mercedes-Benz Adds to HD Radio Lineup 

Six more car models are added for 2010.

Barix Presents Audio over IP Workshops 

The workshops are timed around major conventions.

SNL Kagan: Broadcast Revenue to Decline in 2009 

The study forecasts a market adjustment in 2010 as station owners cut costs and provide digital alternatives to their local communities.

Clear Channel Radio Names Goldstein as CFO 

Mitchell Goldstein will oversee financial, administrative and strategic change activities at the company.

RCS Releases HD Importer 4.2 

The Ibiquity 4.2 code core update enables the RCS HD Importer to send information to the latest exporters available.

EDSA Launches Electrical Power Systems Webinars 

The first session -- How to Model a Power System -- will be held on March 31.

BIA: Radio Industry Revenues Expected To Remain Low in 2009 

The report says that mid and smaller markets will hold up better.

Enco Systems Expands System at Specs Howard 

Specs Howard has been serving the broadcast education field since 1970 and has been using Enco's DAD system to teach students since 1999.

HME Adds Meddings as Pro Audio Sales Rep 

Darcey Meddings previously worked for HME's Communications Systems Division.

Sales Call for the week of Mar 26 - Apr 1, 2009 

Sales Call for the week of Mar 26 - Apr 1, 2009

HD Radio Multicasts Reaches 1,000 Stations 

WODS-FM HD2 in Boston, owned by CBS, is the 1,000th HD Radio multicast station.

NAB Convention Tips from a Veteran 

With 15 years of convention experience behind him, Kent Kramer shares some tips on making the most of the convention.

OASIS Commenting on CAP Ends May 2 

This is a chance for broadcasters to provide input into the Common Alerting Protocol standard that will likely be adopted by FEMA for the next generation of EAS.

NAB Insider from Radio magazine - Mar 24, 2009 

Radio magazine's weekly newsletter of news, business, product announcements and more to help you prepare for the 2009 NAB Show.

Obama Nominates Adelstein for Rural Utilities Post 

Adelstein is currently a commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission, where he has served since 2002, and was confirmed to a second term in 2004.

FCC Proposes Medical Usage Around 450MHz 

The Notice seeks comment on the feasibility of allowing up to 20MHz of spectrum in the 413-457MHz band to be used under the Medical Device Radiocommunication Service (Med Radio Service) in Part 95 of the Commission's rules.

Cox Enterprises Looks to Acquire Remaining Public Stake in Cox Radio 

Cox Enterprises' interest is in acquiring the shares of Cox Radio held by the minority shareholders and it has no interest in a disposition of its controlling interest in Cox Radio.

Audio-Technica Holds Seminar Events At NAB 

The seminars cover practical information on surround sound for sports broadcast and the use of lavalier microphones.

Broadcast Electronics Turns 50 

The company was founded on June 18, 1959, and introduced its first product: the first broadcast cart machine.

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