FAA to Require Marking for Some Towers 200 Feet or Less
Congressional mandate may create more work and costs for small tower owners
Radio for the Blind: Marjorie Moore Leads Volunteer Organizations
Leader for MindsEye and now IAAIS, Marjorie Moore has been a passionate supporter of audio information services.
National Association of Tower Erectors on the Front Lines of Wireless Innovation
Advances in wireless are changing the landscape and delivery models for industries as diverse as health care, financial services, higher education, agriculture, energy, aviation, utilities, public safety, government and the military.
EAS Test Reporting System Now Open for Business
EAS participants must register and complete Form One pronto; FCC also seeks comment on new approach to the EAS Handbook
Multilingual Emergency Broadcasting: What Went Wrong?
"Why are broadcasters allowed to decline to inform people of lifesaving information in an emergency?"
On the Air: Professional Broadcaster Uses Talents to Give Back
Jack Wilson of Lawrence, KS, settles himself in front of a microphone each Tuesday afternoon, a stack of small town newspapers before him.
Plan to Be in Austin in August for #TAB2016
More than 1,300 broadcasters, including station owners, GMs, engineers and sales executives, will converge on Austin, Texas, Aug. 10–11 for the largest state or regional broadcast convention and trade show in the country presented annually by the Texas Association of Broadcasters.
Students Can Love Radio
College stations are the farm team for future radio professionals
Class Warfare in the Senior Band
Consider AM remedies, but not at others’ expense
Alliance Engineers: First Do No Harm
They say disenfranchising listeners is no way to revitalize AM radio