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AES67 brought us some level of interoperability between audio over IP systems, but it did not address functions such as GPIO and device discovery. AESx210 aims to bring some of that functionality to the table as an industry-standard protocol.
Family-owned Hubbard Broadcasting begins the process of upgrading its Saint Paul radio studios to AoIP, starting with KSTP(FM)
The options for streaming audio delivery continue to change as listeners consume audio on a wider variety of platforms
Radio magazine talks with Tom Koser, owner of Koser Radio Group in Rice Lake, Wisconsin and his approach to local radio.
Radio for Milwaukee builds new studios to bring a community together
We bring you a first hand account of all-digital AM HD Radio testing in Washington and examine transmitter options for HD Radio
Gil Wilson reviews a compact USB 2.0 audio interface from TASCAM
The FCC updates rules for on-air contests and discusses the recent false national EAS alert
The Society of Broadcast Engineers celebrates 50 years as an organization. We recall the leaders of the organization over that time.
There are ways to “test the line” even if you don’t have someone at the other end
Methods for examining the root cause of critical fault occurrences
Feature comparison of small FM transmitters (under 5 kW)
Chris Wygal reviews this small format mixer with integrated USB interface
The FCC is considering rule changes that would authorize operation of an FM station on LPTV