Economic indicators show that radio is poised for revenue recovery, but it's going to be a long road.
Doug Irwin explores ways to establish remote connectivity, how to safely use the public Internet for WAN functionality, and some less-obvious considerations once connectivity is created.
When Moody Bible Institute decided to rebuild its studio complex for the stations in central Alabama, a process began that brought the operations of stations from several cities into consideration.
The bottom line is that without maintenance, transmission line will ultimately fail. The good news is that with regular and periodic inspections, the likelihood of unplanned failures is greatly reduced.
Due to changes in laws and enforcement policies at the state and federal levels, broadcasters may be able to legally carry ads for medical marijuana in states where medicinal use of the substance has been legalized.
A 10-station cluster relies on this automation system to deliver its audio.
TriCaster is a truly plug-and-play device. It's a PC built in a case that includes audio/video I/O on the front and the standard PC connections on the back.
New products from Audio-Technica, Broadcast Tools, Sealevel, Sonifex and more.
By looking in some unusual places you might find better and less expensive alternatives to tools or parts. One possible source is a camping or outdoor store.
Ed Treese shares some notes on his favorite piece of analog test equipment: a pair of headphones.
When Hospital Radio Bedford decided to replace its aging Sonifex mixer, the charity returned the hand-built mixer to Sonifex for posterity.
Mediabase's report analyzes the effect of the artists from "American Idol" on radio.
The online headlines from the July 2010 issue of Radio magazine.
This month: Robert Chickering; VP Operations/Engineering; Yea Network, Kidd Kraddick in the Morning
Links to the advertisers in the July 2010 issue of Radio magazine.