PolComm to Frequency Coordinate 2012 Political Conventions 

The chairman of the committee is Louis Libin.

Broadcasters Foundation 2012 Golden Mike Award Banquet Raises $250,000 

The black-tie fundraiser was held at the Plaza Hotel in New York City and recognized Dennis Swanson, president of station operations for Fox Television Stations.

French Broadcasting Association SIRTI Takes CSA to Court over Digital Broadcasting Licenses 

At issue is CSA's refusal to license over-the-air digital broadcast stations in Paris, Marseille and Nice.

AT&T Squeezes Data Hogs; Will Other Carriers Follow? 

As data demands increase, the unlimited one-to-infinite over-the-air distribution remains relevant.

Connects2 DAB Converter Kits Work with 90% of Cars in Europe 

The converter also uses a menu-based system based on voice-prompts so the driver can keep his eyes on the road.

Digital Broadcasters in Norway Agree to Loudness Normalization 

A higher normalization level than the EBU standard was chosen to match levels between DAB, analog FM and Internet radio on multiplatform receivers.

RAB: Radio Sees Second Consecutive Year of Ad Growth 

Full-year revenue finished at $17.4 billion, which is up 1 percent.

All India Radio Digital Broadcasts are Major Topic at 18th BES 

The broadcaster plans to have two 1MW MW transmitters operational by March 2012 and an additional 72 DRM transmitters by March 2013.

Las Vegas Monorail Offers Advance Purchase Rates for 2012 NAB Show 

Special 4-day and 7-day Monorail passes are being offered.

Ukrainian Broadcaster NRCU to use DRM on Medium Wave 

Up to 16 medium-wave DRM transmitters will be used to cover up to 90 percent of the Ukraine.

European Commission Responds to CMFE, AMARC Concerns 

Local and regional efforts don't appear to be in sync with some DRM members.

KUZZ-FM to Receive NAB Crystal Heritage Award 

2012 marks the 25th anniversary of the NAB Crystal Radio Awards.

James Cridland Posts Photos of Australian DAB+ Slideshow 

A blog post shows the Australia equivalent of Artist Experience.

Digital Radio Launch Across France by End of 2012? 

One guest speaker at Le Radio says yes.

Second City to Receive NAB Spirit of Broadcasting Award 

Many television stars got their start performing with The Second City, including Alan Arkin, Joan Rivers, Bill Murray, Mike Myers and Tina Fey.

FCC Reform Bill Gets Approval from NAB, Others 

Key points of the bills: consolidate some FCC reporting requirements, codify the unofficial shot clock for merger reviews and limit the types of conditions the agency can place on transactions.

NABEF Launches Registration for Career Day 2012 

To be held April 18, Career Day will provide experienced professionals, college students and entry-level job seekers with the opportunity to network and interview with media industry recruiters.

Middle Atlantic, Extron Electronics Initiate Half Rack Standard 

The companies look to establishing a 10-5/8" rack standard for the narrower devices.

Struble After CES: AM/FM is the only Analog Technology at CES 

Bob Struble credits AM/FM growth and profitability as being notable, but he warns against resiliency and adaptability being a long-term growth strategy.

Jacobs Blog: Automobile OEMs Provide Different Perspective on HD Radio 

The main message: "HD Radio is generally perceived as a positive - a digital entrance requirement to these in-dash systems for broadcast radio."

E.W. Scripps to Receive NAB Distinguished Service Award 

The company was chosen in recognition of its commitment to excellence, innovation and outstanding service to local communities.

WorldDMB to Host Presentation at Le Radio 2012 

The presentation is themed "The Digital Radio Experience: Case Studies for Commercial Broadcasters on Going Digital."

Google Adds Public Alerts to Google Maps 

Data is collected and posted from NOAA, NWS the USGS.

2012 NFL Playoffs Draw High Radio Listenership 

According to a one-night Dial Global poll, an estimated 22.9 million people listened to either or both the NFL conference championship games on the radio.

Survey Finds no Improvement in Consumer Knowledge of HD Radio 

The number of consumers saying they at least heard of HD Radio has dropped.

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