SNL Kagan: Broadcasters Will Benefit from 2010 Political Spending 

A study analyzes the footprint of broadcasters in states with highly-contested elections.

129th AES Convention Debuts Product Design Track 

The workshops, tutorials and master classes explore design tips and challenges from iPhone strategies to DSP for dummys.

Survey: Local Radio News Has Positive Future 

68 percent of radio newsroom personnel believe management is willing to invest in news staffs to effectively cover their markets.

Broadcasters Foundation of America Golf Tournament Raises $150,000 

In August 2010 the Broadcasters Foundation granted the highest amount of financial aid to the largest number of broadcasters in one month than ever before.

Margouleff Named Keynote Speaker for 129th AES Convention 

Robert Margouleff will bring his perspective of more than 40 years working in pro audio in an address titled "What The Hell Happened?"

Jon Bond to Keynote Radio Show Advertiser Luncheon 

Bond, founder of the Kirshenbaum and Bond agency in New York City, will keynote the Advertiser Luncheon on Sept. 30, 2010, in Washington, DC.

SBE22 Expo Features Live Webcast of Student Career Seminar 

The 2010 Student Career Seminar webcast will take place on Oct. 6 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

NAB Leaders: Consumers Deserve Radio-capable Cell Phones 

Steve Newberry and Caroline Beasley sent letters to the House and Senate leaders for the Judiciary and the Commerce committees to clarify their views.

Webby Awards Open up to Apps 

Nominees for the 15th Annual Webby Awards will be announced in April 2011, and winners will be honored at the gala ceremony in June 2011.

Senate Intros Online Infringement Bill 

The legislation will give the Department of Justice tools to track and shut down websites devoted to providing access to unauthorized downloads, streaming or sale of copyrighted content and counterfeit goods.

EAS, CAP and the 180-day Clock 

As radio waits for the trigger to be pulled, rumors and misconceptions abound about how CAP implementation will work.

129th AES Convention Releases Preliminary Events Calendar 

The calendar is a colorful timetable of events, presenters and drop-down abstracts describing papers, workshops and tutorials.

2010 Radio Show Sells All Exhibit Space 

More than 70 exhibitors will showcase their wares and services in the exhibit area called the Marketplace.

FCC Launches License View 

The news system allows the public to explore licenses through on online dashboard.

Arco Fake EAS Spot Runs Course 

The commercial, which was being decoded by some EAS decoders, caused a stir with some radio engineers with close ties to EAS.

Harris Poll: Consumers Want Radio-capable Cell Phones 

The poll, commissioned by the NAB, supports the NAB's belief that consumer demand for FM-capable phones is high.

129th AES Convention Plans Broadcast and Streaming Sessions 

The sessions feature an expanded focus on new loudness initiatives, streaming formats and facility design.

2010 Radio Mercury Awards Presenters Announced 

Elvis Duran will emcee the event.

One Engineer's View of IBC 2010 

Conrad Trautmann reports on some new technology finds at the European broadcast convention.

RAB, BMI, MIW Complete Third Leadership Program 

Twenty-five scholarships were presented for the 2010 Women in Radio Management and Leadership Training Program.

AES Posts Podcast of Post-9/11 Rebuild Session 

The session was presented in 2003.

2010 Radio Mercury Awards Finalists Announced 

Sixty diverse Radio spots have made it to the finals of the 2010 Radio Mercury Awards, which honors outstanding Radio created by agencies, production companies, radio stations and students.

Radio Hams Celebrate 75 Years of Volunteer Emergency Service 

The communications networks that ARES quickly creates remain critical in emergency planning.

Arco Oil Radio Ads Include False EAS Header 

An effort was made to alter the fake header tone, but it is still tripping some EAS decoders.

MO Attorney General Sues Sirius XM Radio for No-call Violations 

The MO AG says Sirius XM made calls soliciting satellite radio subscriptions to consumers.

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