Copps believes the time has come for a thorough, calm and reasoned discussion about FM chips in handsets.
On the list of tours: NBC's 30 Rock, Soundtrack Post and the Marquis Theatre.
Comments on the document are due to the FCC by Oct. 3, 2011.
The NRSC hopes to identify new services using geo-location data that will benefit broadcasters and radio listeners alike.
Digital radio made a big splash at the European consumer electronics show.
The sessions will be followed by a networking event for recruiters and job seekers.
The society has introduced the Emil Torick Scholarship.
The FEMA Sept. 1 webinar provided more details about the Nov. 9 national EAS test.
Beginning Sept. 4, 2011, one video per day will automatically be delivered to the phones of subscribers.
The super session will be held at 11 a.m. to Noon on Sept. 15, 2011.
The webinar is part of the effort to prepare broadcasters for the upcoming Nov. 8, 2011, national EAS test.
No longer enforced, but still in the FCC Rules, the Fairness Doctrine required broadcasters to balance opposing views on controversial issues of public significance.
Sessions of interest for radio include audio asset restoration and ways to improve the sound of MP3 files.
Manny Centeno of FEMA will speak about the upcoming EAS National Test.
The East Coast earthquake and Hurricane Irene are reminders that terrestrial radio serves a reliable need in times of emergency.
The remote islands now receive 10 DAB program streams.
The conference features presentations from leaders within the broadcast industry and is designed to provide the latest information on timely matters.
The 2010 Radio Show was held in Washington, DC. The 2005 NAB Radio Show was held in Dallas.
The performance will happen Sept. 14 from 8-11 p.m. at the Angels and Kings club in the Hard Rock Hotel Chicago.
The series provides information for job recruiters and job seekers.
The national test will use a Washington, DC, FIPS code. Questions are being raised about an EAS decoder's ability to properly react.
The FCC has issued a public notice to clarify some details of the upcoming national EAS test.
IHS believes the next several years will see an explosion in the use of in-vehicle apps in cars, driven by increasing shipments of automobiles able to access cloud-based content.
Featured presentations will look at DRM as a possible digital radio system for Brazil.
One highlight is a discussion of Leopold Stokowski and the history of analog recording.
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