133rd AES Convention Introduces Networked Audio Track 

The workshops and tutorials will examine the technological and operational advantages and workflow issues.

BBC Gauges Reaction to AM Service Shutdown 

Several stations have ceased programming on medium wave and are directing listeners to FM or DAB for a five-week trial.

Ad Agency Execs Announced
 for 2012 Radio Show Advertiser Luncheon 

Two prominent advertising agency CEOs, Bill Koenigsberg of Horizon Media and Andrew Essex of Droga5, will discuss the expanding array of media options for advertisers.

AES Educational Foundation Announces 2012 Awards 

Grants for graduate studies with emphasis on audio topics are awarded annually. Recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated talent, achievements, goals and recommendations.

133rd AES Convention Signals Expanded Broadcast/Streaming Media Sessions 

The topics range from studio design, to processing, to audio routing.

Nielsen Music 360 Report: Music Discovery Still Dominated by Radio 

Radio dominates overall, but teens find music through several other sources.

133rd AES Convention Panel Discusses Mastering for iTunes 

Mastering engineer Bob Ludwig and a premium panel will explain the process.

134th AES Convention Heads to Rome in 2013 

This marks the first time an AES Convention will be held in Rome.

DAB+: Success in Switzerland 

Sales of DAB+ receivers in Switzerland have reached the 1,000,000 mark.

AES, EBU Cooperate on Audio over IP Standard 

The two organizations collaborated on the AES3 standard, and this effort is a continuation of that work.

SBE Awards First CBNE Certifications 

With the new certification, the SBE is able to recognize a more advanced networking skill set that many broadcast engineers possess.

Big Machine Founder Scott Borchetta to Headline
2012 Radio Show Super Session 

The super session titled "The Relationship Between Music and Radio...We Need Each Other" will be held on Sept. 20, 2012.

Digital Radio Passes 40 Percent Share in London 

Analog radio is still the most popular medium among listeners, but digital signals are gaining ground.

Melissa Etheridge to Perform
 at 2012 NAB Marconi Awards Dinner 

The Oscar and two-time Grammy-winning artist's newest album, "4th Street Feeling," is named after a street in Etheridge's hometown of Leavenworth, KS.

2Q2012 RAJAR: Digital Radio Listening in U.K. Continues to Increase 

The sum total of listening attributed to strictly digital sources has increased from 26.9 percent to 31.5 percent over the past year.

SBE 2012 National Awards Recognize Boswell, Pecena, Orban and Radio magazine 

A Radio magazine article has received the Best Article honor 10 times overall.

Radio magazine Awards, Honors and Recognitions 

Radio magazine has been recognized for editorial excellence by the Society of Broadcast Engineers, the Association of Business Publication Editors, Folio magazine, the Missouri Association of Publications and other groups.

WGBH Acquires PRI 

PRI will continue to operate independently as a non-profit organization based in Minneapolis.

Tom Joyner to Keynote 2012 Radio Show Luncheon 

Influential radio personality, entrepreneur and philanthropist Tom Joyner has earned almost every top radio award in the country, including induction into the NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2000.

FCC Releases 2012 Regulatory Fee Schedule 

The fees will be collected in September 2012.

2012 NAB Marconi Radio Award 
Finalists Announced 

The awards include Legendary Station, Personality of the Year, and station of the year by market size and format.

2013 NAB Show Opens Call for Speakers 

Proposals are due by Oct. 29, 2012.

Katz Study Demonstrates Value of Sonic Brand 

The musical notes G-E-C are just one of the recognizable sonic brands consumers know.

133rd AES Convention Historical Events Track Time 

Events include a look at RCA Studios, a remembrance of Lee de Forest and a discussion of magnetic tape.

BBC's Tim Davie: Listeners Should Not Be Forced to Switch to Digital 

The director of audio and music believes all radios should have analog and digital capability in them.

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