The action changes several procedural aspects for stations who operate using the HD Radio system.
The Federal Communications Commission will hold an open meeting on several subjects on March 22, 2007. The meeting is scheduled to commence at 9:30 a.m.
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin and FCC Commissioner Michael Copps have made some changes to their personal staffs.
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has announced the 50 finalists for the 2007 Crystal Radio Awards competition.
SBE members, their spouses and engineers and technicians who are interested in becoming members of SBE are invited to attend.
The annual SBE-sponsored meeting covering the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and related emergency communications issues will be held in Ballroom G of the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel on Monday, April 16 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
David Wolper will receive the NAB Distinguished Service Award during NAB2007 in Las Vegas.
The FCC has granted another STA to allow an AM station to use an FM stranslator; in this case, it's actually two translators.
On March 1, 2007, the Media Bureau fo the FCC released a public notice that revised AM station Pre-sunrise Service Authorizations (PSRA) and Post-sunset Service Authorizations (PSSA) because of the change to the start of Daylight Saving Time.
Radio stations that simulcast an over-the-air signal on the Internet need to take note of a decision passed by the Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) that sets new royalty rates retroactive to 2006 for radio station non-subscription Internet transmissions.
As a result of the change in Daylight Saving Time with the enactment of the U.S. Energy Policy Act of 2005, the FCC has issued a notice for AM stations that operate under pre-sunrise and post-sunset service authorizations (PSRA and PSSA).
On Jan. 31, 2007, the FCC issued special temporary authority to Our Three Sons Broadcasting, the licensee of WRHI-AM, licensed to Rock Hill, SC. The STA permits the AM station to rebroadcast it signal on FM translator W232AX.
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has already announced that it opposes the proposed merger of Sirius and XM, including a claim that the merger is a satcaster attempt to be bailed out by the government.
Award during the NAB Technology Luncheon on April 18 at NAB2007. The awards recognize outstanding achievements and contributions in the broadcast engineering profession.
AES Broadcast Sessions Chair David Bialik has issued an early call for suggestions on program, paper and special events for the 123rd AES Convention scheduled for Oct. 5 to Oct. 8, 2007, at the Jacob Javits Center in New York.
The subject of many recent rumors, the possible merger of the two satellite radio providers has been formally announced.
The Pahrump Valley Times reports that a pirate radio station in Goldfield and Tonopah, NV, has been granted special temporary authority to operate the station. In June 2006, the FCC shut the 100W pirate station down for operating without a license.
The study addresses the quality of AM broadcasts when stations reduce the bandwidth of their transmitted signals to less than 10kHz.
A Central Florida tornado toppled the WCFB tower during the early morning hours of Feb. 2, 2007.
As the plans for NAB2007 are unveiled, one notable change is the layout in the North Hall. For several years, the east end of the North Hall has been considered the Radio/Audio Hall, with the west end being used for a variety interests
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) has been allocating funds to finance the conversion of public radio stations to transmit HD Radio signals. In 2006, the CPB created a $13 million fund for the effort.
American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT) and the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) for the second year are jointly sponsoring the Female Engineer of the Year Award.
In March 2006, Arbitron decided to wait until it received MRC accreditation for the PPM radio ratings service in Houston before it would discontinue the diaries and make the PPM the main radio ratings service in Houston.
Hirokazu Nishiyama, managing director of Japanese public broadcaster NHK, will provide the keynote address for the 61st annual Broadcast Engineering Conference at NAB2007. The Broadcast Engineering Conference provides a forum for engineers to discuss
The Association of Public Radio Engineers (APRE), formed in May 2006 to work with the specific needs of engineers working for public radio stations, seeks nominations for its first Engineering Achievement Award.
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