NAB Radio Show Session Examines AM Tower Revenue Opportunities 

Garrison Cavell of Cavell Mertz and Associates and Erwin Krasnow of Garvey Schubert Barer will lead the discussion on Sept. 17 in Austin, TX.

AES Historical Events Trace Audio Evolution 

The 125th AES Convention has slated several historical events as part of the convention program

SBE Elects Officers and Directors 

Re-elected as the society's president is Barry Thomas, CPBE CBNT, vice president of engineering for Radio Lincoln Financial Media, Atlanta

FCC Ponders HD Radio for Sat Radio 

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

FCC Looks to Block Wireless Mic Use in 700MHz Band After DTV Transition 

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

FCC's Martin: Free Broadband for Everyone 

Kevin Martin says there is a social obligation in making sure everyone can participate in the next generation of broadband services

Tech Tours Planned for 125th AES Convention 

The 2008 tours pull from intriguing examples from the San Francisco area's pro audio community.

NAB Radio Show Session Addresses Copper Theft 

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

Special Events Planned for 125th AES Convention 

Keynote speeches, the evolution of electronic interfaces and an organ recital crown the special events

CEA's Wilson: Radio Committed Suicide 

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

125th AES Convention Expands Broadcast Audio Profile 

The broadcast sessions cover history, loudness, listener fatigue and more.

FCC to Test White Spaces Devices at Fedex Field 

The Aug. 9 preseason game between the Washington Redskins and the Buffalo Bills will be a test bed for the FCC

AES Posts 125th Convention Events Calendar 

The online schedule includes program titles and abstracts, participant names and drop-down boxes of additional information

NTI Acoustilyzer AL1 Supports International Noise Curves Application 

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

House Legislation Could Overhaul FCC 

Rep. Joe Barton wants to make the FCC more accountable to the public

FEMA Announces Intention to Adopt CAP 

The plan is to adopt the protocol during the first quarter of calendar year 2009.

SBE Announces 2008 National Award Winners 

The winners will be recognized at the Society's National Awards Dinner on Oct. 15, 2008, in Madison, WI. The award for Best Technical Article, Book or Program by an SBE Member goes to Doug Irwin, CPBE AMD, for his article, Performance Evaluation which appeared in Radio magazine in December 2007

Axia Updates Audio Node Software 

The software update includes several enhancements.

FCC Invited to Test White Spaces Devices at Live Events 

The political conventions, Lollapalooza in Chicago and Nashville Star have offered their sites

AES Announces 125th Convention Workshop Topics 

Archiving, data recovery and audio for games are the highlights this year

Clear Channel Shareholders Approve Merger 

The preliminary vote tally shows that 97 percent of shareholders approved the merger

Ibiquity's Struble Launches Column 

Bob Struble plans to provide "a candid inside view of what Ibiquity is thinking and doing to speed AM/FM's conversion to digital."

AES Oral History Project DVD Debuts 

A project begun in 1997, the DVDs include interviews and comments from many of pro audio's distinguished innovators and leaders

Sirius, XM Work with FCC to Settle FCC Enforcement Issues 

The sat casters hope to enter into a consent decree with the FCC to terminate inquiries launched in 2006

CAP Advisory Council Formed 

Several organizations have banded together to aid the process of implementing the Common Alerting Protocol, following a plan that was proposed by the Society of Broadcast Engineers

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