While stations and networks take heroic efforts to create this audio, many stations are not fully protecting or managing these assets once they exist.
The webinar is part of the effort to prepare broadcasters for the upcoming Nov. 8, 2011, national EAS test.
The national test will use a Washington, DC, FIPS code. Questions are being raised about an EAS decoder's ability to properly react.
The FCC has issued a public notice to clarify some details of the upcoming national EAS test.
Digital mixing console
An independent survey considers the role processing plays in a station's competitive edge.
MPEG Surround and HE-AAC audio codecs will be added to Triton Digital's streaming platform.
The topic will be "Are You Ready for the Nationwide Emergency Alert System Test?"
Several industry groups say Sept. 30, 2011, is still too soon.
Mic and headphone controller
Gil Wilson has found a PA that takes up little space, provides enough sound to cover smaller areas and save his back all at the same time.
This inline compressor works its magic at the microphone low-impedance level, which Chris Wygal found handy for his remotes.
FEMA will produce a best practices and test procedure document that will be released in late September 2011.
Powered desktop speakers
The FCC is seeking input on the latest proposed rulemaking for EAS, which gives everyone an opportunity to suggest improvements in the system.
Chris Wygal thinks the Onyx Blackbird is a fantastic solution for making a PC or Mac workstation a 16-track (or more) recording powerhouse.
TDM and AoIP are both effective platforms for a radio facility backbone. While their end function is the same, there underlying operation differs greatly.
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