David Rehr joined the NAB in July 2005 to succeed former NAB President/CEO Eddie Fritts, who held the post for 23 years.
Marconi Radio awards are presented to stations and personalities exemplifying overall excellence in radio broadcasting.
Introduced by Joe Barton and Cliff Stearns, H.R. 2183 would reform some of the Federal Communications Commission's regulatory processes.
The FCC seeks comments on a petition for expedited rulemaking filed by the American Bird Conservancy, Defenders of Wildlife and the National Audubon Society.
The winning paper, submitted by a student from Finland, examines ear acoustic modeling for headphones.
The company implements steps to reduce its environmental impact, and pledges three $1 million advertising grants to leading environmental organizations.
Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their year-round commitment to community service.
Johnny Chiang, John Dickey and Clarence Spalding join the association board.
The organization approved a plan that calls for the Society's education programs to triple by the end of 2012 and add a full-time education director to facilitate the growth.
15 products were chosen by the Radio magazine Pick Hits panel.
The registered attendance at the 2009 NAB Show is touted at 83,842.
The board of directors of the Society approved the group's charter application during its meeting at the 2009 NAB Show.
Seventy-nine percent of survey respondents said they plan to purchase products or services on-site or within 12 months of the show.
The winners will be honored at a New York City ceremony on June 8, 2009.
In-Stat reports the worldwide market for digital radio saw ongoing growth of 85 percent between 2007 and 2008.
Jenkins is credited as being one of the innovators of the first broadcast tape cartridge players.
The booklet was mailed to NAB member stations and is available online.
The website is designed to be an advocacy resource for radio stations and an information source for listeners.
The two-year terms of the newly elected board members will begin at the June 2009 NAB Joint board of directors meeting.
The requirements now apply to and will continue to apply to all NCE FM reserved-band applications until such time as the Commission expressly states otherwise, regardless of the date on which a potentially affected TV channel 6 station terminates analog broadcast service.
The study forecasts a market adjustment in 2010 as station owners cut costs and provide digital alternatives to their local communities.
The report says that mid and smaller markets will hold up better.
This is a chance for broadcasters to provide input into the Common Alerting Protocol standard that will likely be adopted by FEMA for the next generation of EAS.
The Notice seeks comment on the feasibility of allowing up to 20MHz of spectrum in the 413-457MHz band to be used under the Medical Device Radiocommunication Service (Med Radio Service) in Part 95 of the Commission's rules.
At a meeting in late March 2009, the DRM Consortium will hear and debate how the recent decisions of these two countries to implement DRM for short-wave and medium-wave bands will become the driving force for the rollout in the rest of the world.
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