The smartphone is the most-used personal device. Radio should own it.
After more than 50 years, this original studio facility was due for an upgrade.
There's nothing worse than having something bad happen at the transmitter site, and not being able to see exactly what it is. The ability to take action remotely is clearly just as important.
The potential threats are physical and electronic. Prepare for both.
The FCC is moving swiftly to clear out and grant the FM translators that will not preclude future low-power FM (LPFM) stations.
With an extra-long handle, the Rode Reporter is well suited to capturing live interviews.
Long-time Belar user Mike Kernen has updated his monitoring with the company's latest test tool.
Deva Broadcast, Henry Engineering, OMT, V-Soft and more
The current wave of processors has also overcome the problem of achieving loudness at the cost of losing quality. Advances in limiting and compression techniques allow some of the musicality to be preserved.
Need to drill a hole in Corian? Mount something to Corian? Here are some tips.
Two handy items to add to your toolbox.
Among other stories, we showed a side-by-side comparison of various forms of audio playback systems, which included carts, 3.5" floppy, Bernoulli disks, 3.5" magneto-optical disks, CD, mini-disc and DAT.
Not surprisingly, all the data usage specs are up, but the amounts are interesting to note.
The online headlines from the April 2013 issue of Radio magazine.
Links to the advertisers in the April 2013 issue of Radio magazine.