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At Mid-Year, U.S. Radio Revenue Was Down 1%


RAB says off-air category was a winner and represents a growing piece of radio's pie
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Radio Reading Services Face Obstacles


Challenged by budget pressures and technical evolution
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Special Report: When Disaster Hit, They Kept WWL on the Air


Joe Pollet looks back and shares lessons from the Katrina experience
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Measure Diversity Delay and Correct for It


Equipment manufactuers are responding to this important issue with solutions
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An Inexpensive, High-Performance Composite Limiter


Build-it-yourself clipper for (gently) maximizing your FM modulation
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Dissipate That Pulse Before It Does Damage


If AC power enters the property, an EMP can enter by the same route. Dump it!
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Oliver Berliner Reveals “The Secret of the Sixteen Twelve”


Build a multi-mic tube pre-amp with compander and remote control
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IPAWS Plans November Regional NPT Test


Planners are looking to test in states in the southwest and upper central U.S.
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The Many Options of AC Power Protection for Broadcast


Fuses and circuit breakers protect you by protecting a device’s power supply
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PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Young Radio Engineers

Following up on Read Burgin’s remembrances of the Ampex 600, Radio World contributor Jim Peck sends us this photo of young Jim (right) with fellow Paul V. Moore High School student Terry Long at the Central Square, N.Y., school’s WCSQ(FM) radio station. Long would go on into a broadcast engineering career, currently at WCNY(TV/FM) in Syracuse, where Peck also worked for a time. Note the Ampexes behind. Jim thinks the photo is from 1969, or so.
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