Senate bill S.2881 -- the FCC Commissioners' Technical Resource Enhancement Act -- aims to provide greater technical resources to FCC Commissioners.
Because the proposed IBOC power increase hasn't yet been approved by the FCC, it may be a little early to budget for transmission facility upgrades -- but at the very least you should be in the planning stage.
WKSU had a major decision to make: Either add 5,000 square feet onto the broadcast center building or complete the installation of IBOC technology at its non-IBOC stations and further enhance the network with the implementation of multicast channel and program-associated data capabilities for each station.
Labeling wires is a common task, and you have likely tried many methods.
Having the ability to create an adapter on a moment's notice can save the day. Sometimes something unusual -- albeit potentially dangerous -- can save the day.
While there are similarities between various grounding methodologies, asking 10 engineers for their opinions will probably return a minimum of eight different and valid recommendations.
The bill is now eligible for consideration by the full Senate. A corresponding House bill cleared Committee in mid-October. Assuming the White House approves, too, third-adjacent channel protections could be repealed during the first quarter of 2010.
Neoscreener has been in use at the Clear Channel Radio New York facility for almost two years now, and Jeff Smith cannot imagine some of their shows living without it.
New products from Audemat, Bird Technologies Group, Nautel, Netia Digital Audio, Neutrik, Samson Technologies and more.
Can you identify any of the equipment in these images from the movie "Pirate Radio"?
In our recent webinar, IP Audio in the Studio, we asked attendees to answer a few questions about AoIP. Here is what they said.
The online headlines from the January 2010 issue of Radio magazine.
This month: Ron Bartlebaugh; The WKSU Stations; Kent, OH
Links to the advertisers in the January 2010 issue of Radio magazine.