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Doug Irwin explores the issues still lingering with CAP and what you can do to plan for the future.
Corus Entertainment is one of Canada's largest media companies, operating nearly 50 radio stations.
FM translator service, since its inception in the very early 1970s, has been subjected to several major technical overhauls.
The FCC's Enforcement Bureau has taken an increasingly strident stand against radio stations that violate FCC rules in spite of the difficult financial straits of the industry.
PC users will be familiar with much of the core functionality contained in the Mac version of Audition, but Mac users will find a host of cool new tools that Audition brings to the table, as well as Audition's time-tested features that will make a Mac user feel like a kid on Christmas morning.
Michael Bradford had a client with a microwave system for primary program delivery and an ISDN circuit for emergency audio feeds. The Audio Sentinel provded the switching he needed.
New products from Zoom, ERI, Wheatstone, Audio-Technica and more.
Check the speed of your Ethernet connection with Doug Irwin.
Some of the wonderful art on
Art Weinerman's vintage radio art website.
Which NPR formats are gaining popularity? Which are losing?
The online headlines from the January 2011 issue of Radio magazine.
This month: Ed LaComb; President; Digital Sound and Video
Links to the advertisers in the January 2011 issue of Radio magazine.