With Synchrocast 3 IP simulcasting, Intraplex Netxpress customers can use Harris’ simulcast technology to create single-frequency networks (SFN) over IP transport networks, which allows them to expand their coverage area and listener base.
Prism Sound will be showing new software for its Dscope Series III audio analyzer at the NAB Convention in Las Vegas.
WNYZ-LP broadcasts on the audio portion of a low-power TV station on VHF channel 6 and will use the custom data collected by the PPM to gauge its success.
Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service.
The ABU has bestowed a lifetime acheivement award on the chairman of DRM, Peter Senger.
Automatic Transmission, a low-cost automation package from Fifty Thousand Watt Software, is now shipping.
The FCC clarifies how the change in daylight-saving time affects AM stations with PSRA and PSSA service hours.
Arbitron has introduced a personal home page system for Portable People Meter survey participants designed to track reward points and encourage panelists to carry the meter every waking hour.
APT will unveil a new logo and corporate identity at the NAB Show this year.
Mayah Communications is opening a North American office to provide direct support and products throughout the United States.
Harman Pro North America (HPNA) has expanded its support personnel by appointing Shane Morris as principal engineer for Soundcraft and Studer's digital console offerings.
The Georgia Tech Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center has successfully tested its Wireless Emergency Communications (WEC) project.
The National Association of Broadcasters established the NAB Engineering Achievement Award in 1959 to recognize an individual's accomplishments and contributions to the broadcast industry. Award winners are recognized as pioneers, innovators and leaders in the field of broadcast engineering. This year, the NAB has recognized Thomas B. Silliman, president of ERI to receive the radio honor. Tony Uyttendaele will receive the TV honor.
IP Experts Group members recently met in Munich to test IP Interoperability
Broadcast Electronics has appointed Steve Burgess as studio/datacast systems sales manager.
Zaxcom is now shipping the Deva 16, a 16-track hard disk audio recorder for field recording.
NTI has extended the functions of the analog signal generator the MR-Pro by introducing the new firmware V2.01.
In January, the Media Ratings Council (MRC) denied accreditation of the Aribitron Portable People Meter (PPM) system in Philadelphia and New York.
To kick off Burk Technology's endeavor into offering installation and integration services, the company has added Ben Allen as Applications Engineer.
Arbitron has appointed Taymoor Arshi as its new senior vice president and chief technology officer.
Clear Channel's Pittsburgh radio stations have begun to rollout BIA Financial Network's Active Access desktop application for listeners.
Arbitron and The Nielsen Company have terminated the development of Project Apollo...
The FCC will not routinely require a proof of performance, current distribution measurements or a formula for the vertical plane radiation characteristic for nondirectional AM facilities that use these antennas.
The DRM+ trials in Hanover are just finishing and the next DRM+ trials will start in Kaiserslautern.
While the plans for the 2008 NAB Show are still being finalized, the Audio Engineering Society is getting an early start on the plans...
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