As part of our annual Salary Survey, we ask respondents what they would like to change about their jobs. The answers might surprise you.
There were many challenges and hurdles during the project, but station personnel persevered to the benefit of the Miami Valley's public radio audience.
With so much streaming media, digital audio, digital RF and more around the station, new tools have become necessary. If you were to build an engineering shop today, what test equipment is necessary, and what's available?
Terrestrial radio has been slow to keep up with the offerings of social media-centric Internet radio platforms such as Pandora, but there are tools a station can use to change that.
Since the FCC's inquiry on wireless mics on TV channels 2 through 51, there have been new developments that will likely impact the use of wireless mics and other low-power devices in vacant spaces on TV channels, and the FCC has now invited a new round of public comment to refresh the record.
New Products from AKG, Auralex Acoustics, Olympus, Studer and more.
The DR-05 recorder is lightweight and the size is desirable for handheld operation; two factors you want in a portable recorder packed with a list of features.
TriCaster is a plug-and-play device that enables even non-technical users to stream, play and record video all at the same time.
When you need a mic in the air studio, it's easy to reach for your old favorite. But there are other choices, including condenser mics.
Doug Irwin offers more ideas on distributing FM, AM and TV signals around a facility.
Our annual salary survey looks at the current state of personal earnings for broadcast engineers.
The online headlines from the December 2012 issue of Radio magazine.
Links to the advertisers in the December 2012 issue of Radio magazine.