Here are three resolutions you can put on your list that you should be able to keep.
Too often the antenna is treated as set-and-forget.
When WETA had to replace its on-air console, it wasn't as simple as setting a new one in place. It had to be cut in half.
A discussion to demystify some of the elusive language consulting engineers tend to use.
Lee Petro recaps the FCC's call for comments on a bevy of proposed rule changes intended to revitalize the AM broadcast service.
Products and Technology
The first thing in the room shouldn't be the last thing you think about.
Need an interface panel for a Burk ARC-16? You can make one yourself.
Avoid the frustration of trying to freehand a hole straight through.
Designed for use on a boom, the mic has physical characteristics of two other legendary microphones.
While the early efforts of the society focused on strengthening FCC regulations for engineer requirements, the focus later shifted to the society taking on the role.
The online headlines from the January 2014 issue of Radio magazine.
Links to the advertisers in the January 2014 issue of Radio magazine.
Today in Radio History
The history of radio broadcasting extends beyond the work of a few famous inventors.
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EAS Information More on EAS
The feed provides feeds for all US states and territories.
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Information from manufacturers and associations about industry news, products, technology and business announcements.
When building its new broadcast production vehicle, MRN applied lessons learned from the past.
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- Update on Transmitters
- On-air Missteps to Avoid
- Tower Lease Renegotiation
- New Products
- Applied Technology: Streaming with the MPEG HE-AAC Audio Codec
- Side by Side: Studio Furniture
- Practical Use: Circulators and Isolators