Here are hightlights from the Sept. 13 issue of Radio World, in your mailbox shortly:
+ What’s on the docket for engineers at the upcoming NAB Radio Show in Dallas.
+ How several broadcasters are going “off the grid” and saving money on their power bills.
+ Radio One DOE John Mathews talks about HD Radio, AM and other technical issues with Leslie Stimson.
+ Some media watchers think the presence of Google in the radio sales market represents a sea change in how ad inventory is sold.
+ DRM’s hopes for an FM standard.
Plus Ted Nahil on the basics of T1 service, Skip Pizzi on “podjacking” and a look back at shortwave station W4XB. In the Sept. 13 print edition of Radio World.