Welcome Sight

Since my entry into the business in 1992, a new RW at the station has been a welcome sight.
Author:
Publish date:
Image placeholder title

I’ve probably discovered and had my appetite whet for more new products in the pages of RW than by all sources combined. — Robbie Green
I read your recent column where you addressed various complaints some blogger had made about Radio World (“Remaining Relevant in a Radio World,” July 14).

Since my entry into the business in 1992, a new RW at the station has been a welcome sight. I’ve always found the articles interesting and informative; and unlike the blogger, I’ve read the ones about HD Radio with interest. Also, unlike the blogger, I’ve enjoyed the GM Journal and other non-engineering specific sections.

I believe the best engineers are well-rounded broadcasters in all respects and seek to understand and make positive contributions to all departments within their organization.

The blogger also complained about the ads. I’ve probably discovered and had my appetite whet for more new products in the pages of RW than by all sources combined. Consider me a very satisfied reader!

Robbie Green
Chief Engineer
Cumulus Houston
Houston


Related

Image placeholder title

Welcome, Radio

Paul McLane is U.S. editor in chief of Radio World.Messages of congratulations along with plenty of questions have been arriving at my inbox since NewBay Media this week acquired several publications from Penton Media, including Radio magazine. Most engineering readers

Image placeholder title

Radio From a Kit

Just wanted to say thank you for Robert Kegerreis' great story about "Bootleg 1610" (RW, Jan. 1). It brought back many memories about my first AM transmitter.