Accredited Houston PPM Moves Forward 

In March 2006, Arbitron decided to wait until it received MRC accreditation for the PPM radio ratings service in Houston before it would discontinue the diaries and make the PPM the main radio ratings service in Houston.

NHK's Nishiyama to Keynote NAB2007 BEC 

Hirokazu Nishiyama, managing director of Japanese public broadcaster NHK, will provide the keynote address for the 61st annual Broadcast Engineering Conference at NAB2007. The Broadcast Engineering Conference provides a forum for engineers to discuss

RCS Names VP Sales for United States 

Broadcast software manufacturer RCS has named Neal Perchuk to VP of sales U.S. He will begin in his new role

Public Radio Engineers Seek 2007 Award Nominations 

The Association of Public Radio Engineers (APRE), formed in May 2006 to work with the specific needs of engineers working for public radio stations, seeks nominations for its first Engineering Achievement Award.

Radio Currents Online - Jan 29 - Feb 4 2007 

The technology, business, people and product news of the radio broadcast industry updated every day.

BE to Host HD Radio Seminar at NAB2007 

Lessons learned from the first 1,000 HD Radio stations will be the focus of the Broadcast Electronics (BE) engineering seminar at NAB2007

NAB Names New CFO 

Michael S. Williams has been named chief financial officer and executive vice president, finance and operations at the National Association of Broadcasters. Williams starts at the broadcast trade

Jeff Keith Joins Wheatstone Team 

Wheatstone has enlisted veteran broadcast engineer Jeff Keith to head its Vorsis audio processing design department. Keith has been a key figure in

First Electronic Diary Arrives at Arbitron 

Arbitron acknowledged that the first electronic diary has been submitted for the Winter 2007 survey. The first electronic diary keeper was

Symetrix Promotes Worona 

Symetrix has appointed Michael Worona to the newly created position of director of business development. As the new business leader, Worona will

Quantegy to Discontinue Various Magnetic Tape Products 

Quantegy Recording Solutions has discontinued various magnetic tape product lines after manufacturing these products for more than 60 years. In a press release, Quantegy notes that improvements in other technologies has resulted

RFS Restructures Cable Pricing 

Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) has modified its transmission line pricing structure in an effort to reduce its customers' administrative burden.

RCS and Prophet Systems to Merge 

Clear Channel announced that it will merge two of its technology units: RCS and Prophet Systems to create a combined software company with 5,000 U.S. clients and more than 4,000 international customers. Philippe Generali, president/CEO of RCS will lead the combined company. Chip Jellison, former co-president of Prophet Systems will head technology and development.

SBE Offers Management Training for Engineers 

Too often, seminars intended to train and educate instead leave the attendees fighting boredom and trying to stay awake. The Leader-Skills Seminar offered by the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) appears to break this mold,

SAS Moves a Few Blocks 

Sierra Automated Systems (SAS) has moved to a new facility just blocks from its old one. The new building, with almost

Davicom Ships Next Generation Mac 

Davicom is now shipping Next Generation Davicom Mac units designed for remote transmitter sites and unattended studios. The system features as many as

Radio Currents Online - Jan 22 - Jan 28, 2007 

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APT Opens U.S. Offices, Makes Appointments 

APT has opened two new sales offices in the United States and made two sales appointments for the company's North American operations. Kevin Campbell, formerly European sales manager with APT has taken

Fraunhofer Introduces Surround Sound for Internet 

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.

Sennheiser Celebrates 50 Years of Wireless Microphones 

The first Sennheiser wireless mic transmitter manufactured in 1957 had a short life span because it required a tube and far too many batteries. The follow-up Sennheiser SK 1002 pocket transmitter, introduced in 1958, was considerably smaller...

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