The online headlines from the March 2014 issue of Radio magazine.
First established in 1959, the Engineering Achievement Awards are given to individuals who are nominated by their peers for significant contributions to advancing the state of the art in broadcast engineering.
The finalists will be honored and winners announced at the Radio Luncheon, where Yahoo tech columnist David Pogue will present a keynote address.
Topics of discussion will include the spectrum incentive auction, ownership regulation, radio revitalization and retransmission consent.
The National Association of Broadcasters established the NAB Engineering Achievement Award in 1959 to recognize an individual's accomplishments and contributions to the broadcast industry.
The report says 2.65 million jobs are attributable to commercial broadcast stations.
The Commission's two previous efforts to enforce net neutrality have both failed.
In a recent column, Struble says the trends toward broad connectivity and a tremendously competitive audio market are accelerating.
Susie Hedrick was most recently senior vice president of sales and business development for Marketron.
The new awards will be given to outstanding products at the NAB Show.
Links to the advertisers in each issue of Radio magazine.
The weekly Currents Online Email, and the twice-monthly Digital Radio Update and New Products Extra are full of the latest information....
All the important radio broadcast events are listed on the Radio magazine events calendar.
New products at the 2014 NAB Show, handling metadata in automation, testing AM antennas, IP codecs and more.