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

Coby Electronics to Unveil Portable HD Radio Receiver 

Scheduled for release in August 2008, the Coby HDR-700 will be the first portable HD Radio receiver offered

National Radio Hall of Fame Announces Class of 2008 

Seven personalities and one program have been chosen in the voting

Sat Radio Merger Looking Likely 

Commissioner Taylor Tate no longer holds the likely tie breaker in the vote now that Commissioner Adelstein has expressed support -- with certain conditions

Michigan Broadcasters Inducted into MAB Hall of Fame 

Six people in Michigan broadcasting history were inducted into the Michigan Broadcasting Hall of Fame during an induction ceremony held July 15

McIntosh Intros TM2 AM/FM HD Radio Tuner Module 

At a suggested retail price of $800, the module is touted as being a "high-performance luxury component that provides users with the finest HD Radio reception

FCC Sets Schedule for TV White Spaces Tests 

The Commission is conducting tests of prototype white spaces devices as part of its rulemaking to consider authorizing the operation of new low-power devices in the TV broadcast spectrum

Adam A5 Now Shipping 

The A5 features a compact size, three finishes and is powered by two 25W on-board amplifiers

FCC's Martin Calls for Additional Sat Merger Conditions 

If Kevin Martin can get the other commissioners to commit to merger conditions, Martin hopes to vote on the matter at the Aug. 1, 2008, meeting

NAB Announces 2008 Marconi Radio Awards Finalists 

The winners will be announced at the NAB Marconi Radio Awards Dinner and Show held during The NAB Radio Show in Austin, TX

FCC to Host Pandemic Preparedness Summit 

The Summit will focus on communications and coordination between the health care sector, first responders, government and industry in preparation for a pandemic

New HD Radio Receivers Break $100 Barrier 

The new under $100 HD Radio devices from Coby, Iluv, JVC, Pioneer, Radiosophy and Sony cost 30 percent less than one year ago. Many of the same manufacturers are offering receivers for less than $200

Radio Shack Recalls 13.8Vdc Power Supplies 

The recalled units were sold between October 2004 and January 2008

FCC Issues NPRM on Sponsor Identification 

The FCC feels it is important that the sponsorship identification rules protect the public's right to know who is paying to air commercials or other program matter on broadcast television and radio and cable

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