Raycom Media Study: Radio and TV Most Relied On During Alabama Storms 

The survey was designed to better understand how people were alerted to the dangers, how they made preparations and the progress of the recovery efforts.

HD Radio Becomes Official Digital Broadcast Standard in Mexico 

COFETEL originally recommended the IBOC standard in February 2011, but the recommendation then required the approval of the Mexican government's Commission for Better Regulation.

NPR Labs Report Examines Nautel HD PowerBoost with Asymmetrical Sidebands 

Laboratory tests were conducted to measure the effectiveness of Nautel technologies under varying conditions, and NPR Labs give the Technology the green light.

FCC Releases Five Media Ownership Research Studies 

The five studies were conducted by outside researchers and examine a range of issues that affect diversity, competition and localism.

SBE 2011 Membership Drive Adds 202 New Members 

This is an increase of 34 percent compared to the 2010 membership drive.

Cisco Predicts Quadrupling of Internet Traffic by 2015 

Global IP traffic has increased eight-fold over the last five years.

FEMA To Hold EAS Roundtable Webinar 

The roundtable includes industry and government leaders including SBE President Vinny Lopez, CEV CBNT and SBE EAS Education Co-Chair Jeff Smith, CSRE CBNT.

National EAS Test to be Held Nov. 9, 2011 

FCC Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau Chief Jamie Barnett noted that the test is essential to testing the effectiveness of the Emergency Alert System.

Hong Kong DAB Broadcasts Coming by End of 2011 

Three licensees and a network will provide round-the-clock DAB services on a total of 18 channels.

2011 Radio Show Engineering Program Announced 

A series of tutorials and presentations cover the challenges of creating, operating and maintaining a modern radio facility.

NASBA-NAB Plan June 16, 2011, EAS Town Hall Webinar 

The topic will be Analyzing the EAS NPRM: A Town Hall Discussion.

WorldDMB Hosts Workshop on Digital Radio for Automobiles 

More than 100 delegates from 65 different companies, including Audi, BMW, Honda, Skoda, Hyundai, VW, Daimler and Lotus, registered for the workshop.

2011 Radio Show to Feature New Leadership Breakfast 

Lew Dickey, Dan Mason, Bruce Reese and others are some of the panelists for the Sept. 15 event at the Radio Show.

UK Radio 'Futurologist' Cridland Reviews HD Radio 

The blogger's conclusion: It's an impressive, robust technology, on a nice little radio.

New Tower Brings Digital Radio, TV and Internet to Northern Sri Lanka 

The 565' tower would also be used for other private media and telecommunications channels, along with military communications.

Rep. Stearns Intros Bill to Enhance FCC Tech Expertise 

H.R.2102 was introduced by Rep. Cliff Stearns as a companion bill to S.611.

NAB Education Foundation Presents 13th Annual Celebration of Service to America Awards 

Oscar-winning actor Jeff Bridges will receive the Leadership Award.

Is the Era of "All-you-can-eat" Internet Coming to an End? 

Content providers that are also terrestrial broadcasters would serve themselves well by maintaining and cultivating the methods of dissemination they control.

FCC Releases 3rd NPRM on EAS 

Among the items raised: Stations must monitor an RSS feed for CAP content, clarification of CAP converter requirements, and possible extension of the September 2011 deadline.

Radio Equipment Seized from Boston Pirate Radio Station 

Seizure of Datz Hits Radio 99.7 FM radio equipment comes after complaints of interference with signals of licensed broadcaster and FAA signals at Logan Airport.

France Telecom CEO: Smartphone Data Usage Could Cause Network Collapses 

Some want to require large content providers to pay fees linked to usage.

DRM+ Tests in India Called a Success 

Two test modes were used: Robust 4-QAM and high-capacity 16-QAM.


Now that FEMA has adopted the CAP1.2 standard, broadcasters are asking questions about the deadline to install equipment and updates to the EAS rules.

SBE Webinar to Discuss Strategies for Translators and Boosters 

The webinar will be held June 16.

IPv6 Day is June 8, 2011 

The goal of the Test Flight Day is to motivate organizations across the industry to prepare their services for IPv6 to ensure a successful transition as IPv4 addresses run out.

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