Currents Headlines from the June 2007 Issue

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Currents Headlines from the June 2007 Issue

Jun 1, 2007 1:00 AM

The online headlines from the June 2007 issue of Radio magazine.

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Clear Channel Launches Cell Phone Interactive Application

The effort begins in New York City for WHTZ-FM, WAXQ-FM, WKTU-FM, WWPR-FM and WLTW-FM. Stations in Salt Lake City and St. Louis are next.

SBE Presents RF Safety Course

The course is designed for broadcast station personnel that need to have an understanding of RF safety issues and regulations. The course is being offered online.

Mexico Considers Move to HD Radio

Mexico's federal telecommunications commission has proposed to allow radio stations along the country's northern border to voluntarily begin broadcasting with HD Radio technology.

HD Radio Multicasts Reach Top 100 Markets

The formats have been decided for the HD2 multicasts stations as part of the HD Digital Radio Alliance's coordination effort.

Liebisch Joins Nautel as Regional Sales Manager

Gary Liebisch was most recently the product manager for AM and FM radio transmission products for Harris. Previously, he was a chief engineer and director of engineering for more than 20 years.

Broadcasters Jointly File to Modify AM Rules

The AM Directional Antenna Performance Verification Coalition is comprised of 29 owners and consultants. The filing proposes several changes to update the AM rules.

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