Migrating from T1 circuits to an IP-based system is an adventure that, until recently, was not for the faint-hearted.
More audio processors are being built with feature sets meant to accommodate the trend of delivering content via data-reduced means.
Network-based communications in a remote control system provide a variety of configuration options.
Recently, Orlando's WBDO news department needed some new field recorders. It chose the AEQ DR-100.
The convention floor is full of new technology. Check out some of the products debuting at NAB2006 from the exhibiting companies.
David Saviet reports on his experience with the Boston Acoustics Recepter HD receiver.
While most control consoles can't do anything about bizarre programming and cappuccino spills, there is a console that's easy to operate and accommodating to green broadcasters.
Several Radio One stations were adding 5.1 to their broadcasts, but it wasn't clear how the Philadelphia stations would handle this conversion within their all-analog facility.
New products from Adobe Systems, HHB, Mediatone Music, Omnia Audio, Primera Technology and Stormin Protection Products.
As technology has progressed, broadcasters have found ways to use improved technologies in unique ways to make remote broadcasts sound as good as being in the studio, but with the convenience of lighter and more flexible equipment.
The Digigram UAX220 is a USB-compliant interface that addresses all of the typical portable adapter problems.
25-Seven Systems has manipulated the concept of time and has rearranged the way live events unfold. The result give stations the ability to account for unplanned events in an already overloaded schedule.
New products from AEQ, Audio-Technica, Broadcast Tools, Broadcast Warehouse, Studiomaster, Tascam and Vorsis.
The VX882HR is a Windows-compatible PCI sound card suitable for a variety of radio and recording applications.
New products from AKG, Armstrong Transmitter, Auralex Acoustics, Automation Systems Interconnect, Belden, Digidesign, Digital Juke Box, DK Technologies, Eddystone Broadcast, Edirol, Fiberplex, Furman Sound, Henry Engineering, Inovonics, Korg, Lawo, Lectrosonics, Middle Atlantic Products, Mojave Audio, Muxlab, Otari, Prism Sound, Road Ready Cases, Spectral Communications, Studio Network Solutions, Timewave and XP Sound.
Listeners are more familiar with the sound of the human voice than anything else, and with a little effort and the right mic, an announcer can sound like he is right there. Tried and true mics work, but there are plenty of new possibilities.
When Clear Channel Minneapolis needed multiple T1s to handle its data, Jess Meyer looked for a better way. He found it in the Broadcast Electronics Big Pipe.
Introduced in 2004, the Radio magazine Innovative Product Awards were developed to honor excellence in new product development in the radio industry.
The digital profanity delay has come a long way since its introduction so many years ago. Their usage has increased as well because of slips during broadcast events.
KCUR views its Airtools 6100 profanity delay as insurance.
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