Don’t think streaming has a future? It slowly continues to grow, and some studies show the next steps for its success.
Radio magazine has profiled the radio studios at Universal Studios Orlando before, but it was time for a return visit.
Call it the rack room or technical operations, the hub of the station is really a data center, and it should be as reliable as possible.
Regardless of which antenna you select, the best quality antenna you can afford should be chosen as this is the last item in your transmission chain, and the last point over which you have control of your signal.
The FCC is tweaking its rules relating to community of license changes for radio stations. Part of the effort is to ensure that rural areas retain local radio service.
Products and Technology
New Products from Belar, Genelec, Roland, Sony Creative Software and more.
The talent microphone offers the first impression listeners hear for a remote broadcast. These AKG headsets deliver superior reproduction and tout some additional features.
Connecting a professional microphone to a tiny 3.5mm TRRS cell phone connection can be a challenge without a proper interface. But that's what these two devices from JK Audio are for.
With so many smartphones in use, why not take advantage of the available resource to send high-quality audio back to the studio? Here are some apps that let you do that.
Need to pick up multiple FM signal from different directions? Here are some methods that will capture weak signals.
Radio K at the University of Minnesota celebrates 100 years of broadcasting from its first transmission via Morse Code in 1912.
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The history of radio broadcasting extends beyond the work of a few famous inventors.
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- FCC Looks to Update RF Exposure Rules
- Government Shutdown Causes FCC Delays
- Applied Technology: Wheatstone baseband192
- Side by Side: Video Cameras
- Exploring More from Google Earth
- The History of W9BSP