November 2006

November 2006


Who was first?

Simply asking "who was first?" doesn't always yield the correct answer. The truth is that KDKA and Marconi just marketed themselves better than the others.


Staying Connected with STLs

With the trend toward digital audio transport, and lately data transport, a whole new generation of radio STL systems has been developed.


Serving the public

Enhancing its visibility and interaction with the listening public, WUNC's new radio facility is located at site of the American Tobacco Company where Lucky Strike and other popular cigarettes were once made.

WUNC - Additional Photos

Online exclusive: additional photos from the WUNC Facility Showcase in the November 2006 issue.


Night at Brant Rock

Dec. 24, 2006, will mark the 100th anniversary of Fessenden's audio broadcast. Learn about the innovator and the technology he applied to make it work.


Insight to IBOC 9 - Nov 2006

The Radio magazine DAB Answer series continues with the ninth installment. This issue looks at WGUC's transition to transmitting a surround signal, the transition to digital for Wisconsin Public Radio, and some insight into the transition approach for the Lincoln Financial Group stations.


New Products

From processing to speakers, view more than 20 new products.


FCC uses terrain data in NCE-FM channel reservations

Petitioners proposing to reserve FM allotments for noncommercial use will now be able to use actual terrain data to show compliance with the first and second local service requirement.


The road to antenna maintenance

Before any useful maintenance can be performed it is essential to know how a system is supposed to operate and also know the licensed operating parameters. A copy of the latest proof of performance and the current license are a good place to start.


Field Report: Burk GSC3000

Burk's GSC3000 combines all aspects of remote facilities management.

Field Report: Inovonics Model 713

The Inovonics 713 fulfilled the RBDS needs of Yellowstone Public Radio's vast network.


Sign Off

Do most stations lose listeners during radio commercial breaks? The reality may surprise you.


Currents Headlines from the November 2006 Issue

The online headlines from the November 2006 issue of Radio magazine.

Radio Currents Online - Oct 30 - Nov 5, 2006

The technology, business, people and product news of the radio broadcast industry updated every day

Radio Currents Online - Nov 6 - Nov 12, 2006

The technology, business, people and product news of the radio broadcast industry updated every day

Radio Currents Online - Nov 13 - Nov 19, 2006

The technology, business, people and product news of the radio broadcast industry updated every day

Radio Currents Online - Nov 20 - Nov 26, 2006

The technology, business, people and product news of the radio broadcast industry updated every day

Radio Currents Online - Nov 27 - Dec 3, 2006

The technology, business, people and product news of the radio broadcast industry updated every day


November 2006 Advertiser Links

Links to the advertisers in the November 2006 issue of Radio magazine.