FEMA IPAWS Plan Next EAS Roundtable for Aug. 15, 2011 

The topic will be "Are You Ready for the Nationwide Emergency Alert System Test?"

New York Outlaws Pirate Radio 

The new law gives local law enforcement the ability to stop illegal radio operators in New York and makes violations a Class A misdemeanor.

Is Another EAS-CAP Deadline Extension Coming? 

Several industry groups say Sept. 30, 2011, is still too soon.

IEEE Announces 802.22: Wireless Regional Area Network 

The technology operates in the TV white spaces.

SBE Announces 2010-2011 National Award Winners 

The award for Best Technical Article, Book or Program by an SBE Member goes to John Davis of Logitek for his article in the April 2011 issue of Radio magazine.

NAB Fastroad Shares Results of iBiquity Study of Single Frequency Networks 

The first SFN was built in the Baltimore area. The second SFN was constructed and tested with the assistance of Greater Media Boston, and consisted of an SFN booster site in Andover, MA.

Nationwide DAB System Takes to Air Across Germany 

Some 27 multiplex transmitters were turned on, providing coverage to all major cities and over all major Autobahns.

Spain Plans Analog to Digital Radio Transition 

The plan itself is to be complete within 18 months.

SBE Final Nominee Slate for 2011 Elections 

Ballots have been mailed to voting members.

Radio magazine Wins 2011 ASBPE Regional Gold Award 

The Sign Off series was recognized in the best Regular Department category in the annual awards program.

Akamai Releases State of the Internet for 1Q2011 

The data gives insight in to statistics regarding the fastest and slowest regions for connection speed, as well as the highest performing areas for mobile connectivity.

South Wales DAB Multiplex Reallocates Data for New Streams 

The move shows how easily multiplex operators can reallocate the available data bandwidth to create room for other stations.

131st AES Convention Announces Broadcast/Streaming Program 

Among the planned events is a celebration of FM stereo's 50th anniversary.

Elvis Duran to Host 2011 NAB Marconi Radio Awards Dinner and Show 

The event takes place Sept. 15 at the 2011 Radio Show in Chicago.

Harris Antenna Structure from World Trade Center Featured in Commemorative 9/11 Events in Quincy, IL 

The 15-foot long, 7,000-pound steel structure was part of the antenna tower located on World Trade Center Building #1.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation Adds Specialized DAB News Channel 

ABC UK Newsgate will provide coverage focused on the UK Parliament's investigation of the telephone voicemail hacking scandal.

FCC Moves to Implement Local Community Radio Act, Resume FM Translator Processing 

The FCC is looking at lifting the freeze on translator application processing opening an LPFM window no later than summer 2012.

Radio Show Super Session Focuses on Entertainment and Information in the Car 

The session will address the past, present and future of entertainment, information and communications in cars.

Ryan Seacrest Foundation Opens Broadcast Media Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia 

The Voice provides young patients within the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia community with an opportunity to engage in activities related to radio, TV and new media.

2011 NAB Marconi Radio Award Finalists Announced 

The winners will be announced on Sept. 15 at the NAB Marconi Radio Awards Dinner and Show held during the 2011 Radio Show.

FEMA Holds EAS National Test Webinar 

FEMA will produce a best practices and test procedure document that will be released in late September 2011.

Court Reverses FCC Cross Ownership Rules 

The Philadelphia court says the FCC failed to provide adequate public notice.

2012 NAB Show Call for Speakers 

The show organizers have also launched a speaker networking tool and formed a Program Advisory Group.

NAB Seeks Nominations for 2011 HD Radio Multicast Award 

The award recognizes creative and compelling digital radio programming.

60Hz Stability on Power Grid Going Away? 

A yearlong power grid test could have confusing effects.

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