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3/30/2010 3:55 AM

Axia is rolling out a new console at this coming NAB Show. An interesting aspect of the announcement is that the Axia iQ is the first of several products the company will introduce that are made China. I e mailed

3/29/2010 6:42 AM

NAB Show veterans usually know what parts of halls to visit to see the “really cool” things but inevitably, hitting all of the cutting edge technology requires grinding footwork in the farthest reaches and obscure little corners of the

3/23/2010 10:05 AM

FCC initiates something of a grassroots test of broadband speeds nationwide

3/11/2010 10:08 AM
Ed Trombley passed along a thank you via Radio World for his recent award from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters."To my fellow broadcast engineers Thank you, Michigan Association of Broadcasters, for picking me out of the many who were nominated.

3/9/2010 7:26 AM

I feel a connection to people who produce audio for the visually impaired. In the past I regularly recorded the New York Times Travel section as a volunteer for the blind in Delaware and I came to know a number

3/2/2010 9:09 AM

Over five years, the number of translators and NCE licenses have boomed while the number of commercial FMs and, notably, AM licenses have been relatively stable


3/31/2010 2:29:26 PM

What does the sun sound like? An interesting question, and one that would get your ears burned off if you tried to answer it literally.What does Jupiter sound like or meteors hitting the atmosphere?Tom Ashcraft had the same questions. And

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3/30/2010 7:55:57 AM

Axia is rolling out a new console at this coming NAB Show. An interesting aspect of the announcement is that the Axia iQ is the first of several products the company will introduce that are made China. I e mailed

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3/29/2010 10:42:37 AM

NAB Show veterans usually know what parts of halls to visit to see the “really cool” things but inevitably, hitting all of the cutting edge technology requires grinding footwork in the farthest reaches and obscure little corners of the

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3/23/2010 2:05:04 PM

FCC initiates something of a grassroots test of broadband speeds nationwide

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3/11/2010 2:08:52 PM

Ed Trombley passed along a thank you via Radio World for his recent award from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters."To my fellow broadcast engineers Thank you, Michigan Association of Broadcasters, for picking me out of the many who were nominated.

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3/9/2010 11:26:44 AM

I feel a connection to people who produce audio for the visually impaired. In the past I regularly recorded the New York Times Travel section as a volunteer for the blind in Delaware and I came to know a number

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3/2/2010 1:09:03 PM

Over five years, the number of translators and NCE licenses have boomed while the number of commercial FMs and, notably, AM licenses have been relatively stable

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