—I’ve often joked that you practically have to be a historian to be a broadcast engineer, at least in North America.
One of the best things about going to the NAB Show is running into old friends and colleagues you haven’t seen in a while
It’s March. Spring is just around the corner, as is the NAB Show
In January, Norway began a long-planned series of shut-downs of national network FM stations in favor of DAB
—Last month, the Federal Communications Commission tweaked its rules for noncommercial broadcasters, expanding their ability to conduct fundr...More
On two occasions in the last six months, this column has addressed the regulatory migration toward the Federal Communication Commission’s authorization of non-U.S.
Relief is found by loosening the belt a notch or two
Orders put all broadcasters on notice that, moving forward, they would be held responsible for failing to comply with the now-clarified rules
—The use of audio-over-internet protocol codecs for STL applications is becoming more and more commonplace
This computer operating system has been embraced by vendors, including Telos, Wheatstone and Orban
If you find yourself tasked with specifying and designing a new studio system based on AoIP control surfaces, and routers then you should make every attempt to get yourself to Las Vegas on April 22.
Before you head to Sin City for full immersion in all-things-broadcast, make sure you know what engineering sessions are waiting
—If your station is a flagship for a professional sports team, you’ll likely learn about geographical rights restrictions soon (if you haven’...More
We continue our series on the basics of troubleshooting.
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Learning the basics is smart for any skill or skill level
—When hiring broadcast engineers, there are two particulars to which we give special attention.
In a more golden age of AM broadcasting, problematic monitor points struck fear into the hearts of station engineers.
The exact minute that I learned what I wanted to do for the rest of my life came as I took a summer job assisting Cliff
The Wandering Engineer first met Garrison Keillor in that most intimate of settings… on the radio
—The position is a 12-month assignment with the possibility of moving to full-time