—The college station broadcasts from the University of Oregon campus in Eugene
There are many things that define a nation: language, customs, traditions.
Like any technology, the world of radio broadcasting is in a constant evolution, and when you are a legacy radio station, you’ve seen a world of change
It was the year 2012: Barack Obama was running for a second term in the White House; average gas prices went above $4 per gallon; the London Olympics were about to get under way.
—It’s been 11 years since Wallace Radio Syndication first implemented Barix audio-over-IP devices as its primary method of live program distr...More
First Natchez Radio Group’s one AM and four FM stations broadcast a diverse range of programming from their Natchez, Miss., headquarters to listeners in southwest Mississippi, eastern and central Loui...
Visit any radio engineer’s office and you’ll find a smattering of everything imaginable
This digital mixing console was built primarily for FOH mixing but it's stuffed full of features a broadcast engineer can access quickly and efficiently
—The spring NAB Show in Las Vegas provides the best opportunity to get an up close look at all the high-dollar capital items you may need in...More
There are several fundamental differences in configuring audio processing for streaming applications as opposed to those for over-the-air applications
The holiday period is a tough one for getting major projects done
One common desire for broadcasters is to extend coverage