A study reflects an industry's awareness of the need for rapid digital transition and its frustration with an inability to act.
The drive brought in 198 new members to the Society of Broadcast Engineers.
Entries are due by July 31, 2010.
Act early and save $100.
New study finds smart phone users and intenders are keen to see FM tuners integrated into iPhone.
The commission has given itself the authority to regulate the transmission component of broadband Internet service.
Additional details are announced about the technical sessions.
An SBE letter to the FCC has been heard and answered.
Appointees to the Emergency Response Interoperability Center Technical Advisory Committee are federal officials, an elected officer of a state or local government, or a designated employee authorized to act on behalf of such an officer.
The FCC's June 25, 2010, Broadcast Engineering Forum includes several industry groups -- except the SBE.
Clyburn stopped short of advocating immediate reallocation of those channels, saying instead that the Commission needs to see where AM, expanded NCE FM, and LPFM radio broadcast services fit in as the government re-examines how it uses spectrum.
Three parties asking the FCC to review or reconsider its approval of a 6dB increase fired back last week after iBiquity, the NAB, and NPR weighed in.
WKSU HD-4, the station's latest digital content addition, offers continuous news and information programming.
The symposium outlined field trial data with DRM+ in band III including mobile reception performance, possible protection ratios for DRM+/DAB, and a preliminary framework for moving forward with an interoperable digital radio environment.
Save the dates: June 26-27, 2010.
In a speech given at the Annual Community Radio Conference, Mignon Clyburn suggested that community radio could benefit from a possible spectrum reallocation of TV channels 5 and 6.
The 2011 budget proposal is an increase of approximately $19.4 million over 2010.
The guide is intended to further reduce areas of uncertainty in how an alert will be presented to the public via CAP-EAS.
Rather than provide technical papers, the technical sessions will assemble panel discussions on current technology. Panelists will predominantly be from manufacturers.
Wireless device usage in the 700MHz band must cease by June 12, 2010.
Cameron Broadcasting has received offers of assistance, and three of the six stations were back on the air with loaned equipment within 48 hours.
The winning photo will be used on the cover of Tower Times, and the winner will receive two conference passes to the 2011 NATE conference.
The "Goin' Mobile" Super Session will examine the affect mobile devices have on broadcasters and American consumers.
The awards entry deadline has been extended to July 9, 2010.
Six stations owned by Cameron Broadcasting were affected.
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