The online headlines from the April 2006 issue of Radio magazine.
Clear Channel Recognizes its Station Engineers
The company recognized 10 individuals in various regions, and Charlie Wooten, director of engineering in Panama City, FL, was named 2006 Clear Channel Radio National Engineer of the Year.
FCC Establishes Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau
The move is designed to "provide a more efficient, effective, and responsive organizational structure to address public safety, homeland security, national security, emergency management and preparedness, disaster management and other related issues." This includes the EAS.
NAB Announces Board Election Results
The two-year terms of the newly elected board members will begin at the June 2006 board meeting.
Axia Audio, Broadcast Electronics Collaborate
The agreement allows BE to add the Axia IP-audio driver to Audiovault and other BE broadcast products. In addition, BE will become an Axia value-added reseller.
Clayborn Appointed Orban/CRL North American Sales Manager
Kevin Clayborn has worked for CRL for 13 years.
Arbitron Begins Roll-out of PPM
The roll-out schedule puts the PPM into the top 10 U.S. radio markets by the fall of 2008, and into all of the top 50 U.S. radio markets two to three years thereafter.
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