Some glimpses of the convention in Austin, TX.
The hurricane evacuees from the Houston/Galveston area are being sheltered as part of the relief effort by the City of Austin and the American Red Cross of Central Texas.
Established in 1989 and named after inventor and Nobel Prize winner Guglielmo Marconi, the NAB Marconi Radio Awards are given to radio stations and outstanding on-air personalities to recognize excellence in radio.
The ART Awards recognize innovation in radio broadcast technology through products that have a practical use and are available now.
While consumer awareness rises, some misconceptions rise, too.
73 percent of listeners listen the same or more than they did five years ago.
WJAC-TV reports on a carefully planned heist.
The six-minute advice sessions will be modeled after speed dating concept.
While it's important to restore communications quickly after a disaster, it's just as important to maintain the highest levels of safety to the tower crews and station personnel.
Using RBDS, the tagging takes advantage of the built-in FM tuner in Zune devices. Nine broadcast groups have committed to support the technology.
Garrison Cavell of Cavell Mertz and Associates and Erwin Krasnow of Garvey Schubert Barer will lead the discussion on Sept. 17 in Austin, TX.
The 125th AES Convention has slated several historical events as part of the convention program
Re-elected as the society's president is Barry Thomas, CPBE CBNT, vice president of engineering for Radio Lincoln Financial Media, Atlanta
In a Notice Of Inquiry from the FCC, the commission looks into the idea of requiring HD Radio or other services to be included in future Sirius XM receivers
Wireless microphones have long been sharing the spectrum with broadcasters on channels 52 through 69, but those channels are being reclaimed for advanced wireless uses after Feb. 17, 2009
Kevin Martin says there is a social obligation in making sure everyone can participate in the next generation of broadband services
The 2008 tours pull from intriguing examples from the San Francisco area's pro audio community.
A panel of experts in security and engineering will discuss ways broadcasters can work with law enforcement officials and local communities to protect their facilities
Keynote speeches, the evolution of electronic interfaces and an organ recital crown the special events
Wilson does not believe that radio is dead yet, but he says that CEA research has shown that interest in free, local radio is waning
The broadcast sessions cover history, loudness, listener fatigue and more.
The Aug. 9 preseason game between the Washington Redskins and the Buffalo Bills will be a test bed for the FCC
The online schedule includes program titles and abstracts, participant names and drop-down boxes of additional information
Available fall 2008, the tool acquires and stores the unweighted octave data from the Acoustilyzer AL1 and plots this data against all International Noise Curve standards
Rep. Joe Barton wants to make the FCC more accountable to the public
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