After spending 15 years high atop Frog's Mountain, Clear Channel has successfully consolidated four AM stations, two FM stations, five radio networks, 250 personnel -- including 75 on-air and engineering staff -- under one roof.
An early effort at creating a digital audio cassette format; the 1960 Democratic National Convention; and radio station acquisitions of 2003.
Recording audio outside the studio presents several challenges to the radio station. The ability to make a high-quality recording is not so difficult, given the broad range of portable choices to capture recorded sound.
This month Radio magazine highlights some of the less-obvious but no-less-important devices that serve essential functions.
Tim Wright reviews the Vadis DCII system.
Richard Hamilton reviews this phone/audio interface he uses to create an Internet talk show on trains.
There were several obstacles for Radio One to overcome when it decided to build a radio station in a mall.
Read about a solar-powered station from 1979.
WLIU reviews the audio codec for its remote needs.
WBHF-AM fixes some post-move challenges, as this review outlines.
Do you remember? In 1981 Applied Technology offered two audio processors with digital control capabilities. The Maximod digital peak limiter used a digital
Mike Rogers reviews the Omnia-6EX on-air radio audio processor.
The microphone is the first element in the broadcast chain.
Doug Irwin reviews the DSP-based on-air radio processors.
The term codec describes the function of encoding and decoding audio to pass through a defined data path. In radio, this term carries a more specific
Audio self-expression can be found in Adobe's multi-track editing program.
The audio console not only sits at the focal point in any studio, it serves a valuable function and is a long-term commitment.
Find out who won our annual Find the Mic Sweepstakes.
Remembering an EBS incident.
Orban's Optimod-PC 1100 isn't a conventional FM or AM final processor.
Step inside the all-digital facility of Clear Channel Chicago.
Select a mic for its overall sound and suitability, and avoid the tendency to settle for an old standard.
Dead air is a program director's worst nightmare, and while no station is immune from it, this is easy insurance.
A 44-year old console, a cassette deck with hopes of greatness and a look at consumer music spending habits.
What's old is new again with a series of Pro Tools effects plug-ins.
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