HD Radio Multicasts Reach Top 100 Markets 

SBE Presents RF Safety Course 

The Society of Broadcast Engineers will present its first SBE RF Safety Course on June 27 via webcast. The course is designed for broadcast station personnel such as chief and assistant chief engineers, transmitter site engineers, ENG and SNG maintenance personnel and management that need to have an understanding of RF safety issues and regulations.

Miami Station Uses HD2 to Premier New Music 

Broadcasters Jointly File to Modify AM Rules 

Update on WUVT Project 

2007 Webby Awards Radio Winner Announced 

The 11th Annual Webby Awards announced the winner for Best Radio site of the Year.

Arbitron Releases Philadelphia PPM Ratings 

Arbitron released the first so-called currency radio ratings from the Philadelphia Portable People Meter (PPM) radio ratings service.

Bill Introduced to Overturn Streaming Royalty Rates 

A bill was introduced in Congress on Apr. 26 that seeks to overturn the unpopular streaming royalty fee increase.

Bridge Ratings Updates Digital Media Growth Projections 

Bridge Ratings, a radio audience measurement service company, has updated its quarterly digital media growth projections.

SBE to Offer Digital Radio Specialist Certification 

Following recent changes in the FCC rules recognizing the viability of digital radio and the official endorsement of multicasting, the National Certification Committee of the Society of Broadcast Engineers has announced its next specialist certification, Digital Radio Broadcast (DRB).

VA Tech Radio Engineer Survives Shooting 

Kevin Sterne, the student engineer at the campus radio station, WUVT, was wounded during the shooting. He was able to use an electrical cord

CRB Denies Appeals for Royalty Rate Changes 

The Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) has upheld its earlier decision on royalty rates to be paid by streaming services via the Internet.

Government Accountability Office Releases EAS Report 

In March, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released its report to Congress titled Emergency Preparedness.

NAB2007 Radio magazine Pick Hit Winners Announced 

The Pick Hit Awards are the original technology award presented at the NAB convention.

Crystal Radio Award Winners Announced at NAB2007 

The 10 winners of the NAB Crystal Radio Awards were recognized at the NAB Radio Luncheon at NAB2007,

NAB2007 Attendance is Third Largest Ever 

According to the NAB's pre-show and on-site registration figures, total registered attendance for NAB2007 is 108,232.

Report States Flaws with Carmel/NAB View of Satellite Radio Landscape 

Telecom, Media and Finance Associates (TMF) released a research note on the competitive landscape for satellite radio in light of the proposed XM/Sirius merger.

NABEF Announces Engineering Internship Recipients for 2007 

The NAB Education Foundation (NABEF) has named the 10 participants in the NABEF Broadcast Technology and Engineering Internship Program.

11th Annual Webby Awards Announce Nominees 

The Webby Awards honor excellence on the Internet, including websites, online film and video, interactive advertising and mobile content.

IBS Partners with Backbone to Create Internet Radio 

The Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) has partnered with Backbone Networks to create an Internet radio network called the Digital Radio Network

NAB Launches Technology Advocacy Program Called Fastroad 

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has created a long-term technology advocacy program designed to seek and facilitate development and commercialization of new technologies for radio and TV.

BIA Report: Radio Revenues Stagnant in 2006 

According to a report from the BIA Financial Network, the radio industry experienced a second year of less than one percent growth in revenues in 2006, achieving a mere 0.4 percent increase in station revenues

Senator Landrieu to Speak at NAB2007 

U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu of Louisianna will be a featured speaker during the Washington Policy and Politics Breakfast and the All-Industry Opening Keynote Event at NAB2007.

Musicians Campaign for Net Neutrality Protection 

A coalition of musicians has launched a Rock the Net campaign to lobby Congress to mandate the neutrality of the Internet. The group wants laws to ensure

FCC Reviews NCE Applications 

The FCC has reviewed about 200 mutually exclusive applications for new or modified noncommercial educational (NCE) FM station construction permits.

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