It seems to be a national debate, but it has real effects on local stations.
It's now far easier to build an IBOC monitoring system than it was five years ago.
The root of the upgrade involved a transition from a serviceable but outdated networked audio system to a Harris VistaMax platform.
While all network switches carry Ethernet packets, there are limits to how many packets a switch can handle. Even an expensive business-class gigabit Ethernet switch may not be up to snuff.
The car is becoming a mobile media room. How does radio fit in?
Licensing a station for a small community with the intent of serving an urban metro is getting new scrutiny from the FCC.
Here's a microprocessor-based system designed to monitor a tower's beacons, obstruction lamps, flash rate, photo control operation -- even the presence of an ATU heater bulb for winter months.
Gil Wilson overcomes his fear of condenser mics and welcomes the AT4040 into his facility.
Some last looks at products to be shown at the 2011 NAB Show.
Dehydrators and nitrogen are the common gas sources, but are you absolutely sure of the line pressure and supply pressure?
While the Japan Earthquake is in the news today, the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake is still being dealt with. We look at the role media played in that tragic event.
The online headlines from the April 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
Facility Showcase in the December 2010 issue wins the Best Written Single Article award.
Links to the advertisers in the April 2011 issue of Radio magazine.