Ornellas: Today’s Console Is Tomorrow’s Touchscreen
And maybe we’ll see facial recognition used in a console user interface
On Its 70th Anniversary, EBU Maintains Initial Vision
Providing universal services that bring people together is a vital contribution to society
Look for FCC Certification When Choosing a Part 15 FM Transmitter
Eric Hoppe talks about common questions from churches
Voicecorps Ensures Low-Vision Ohioans Stay Informed During Pandemic
Reading service volunteers adapt to record remotely to comply with Ohio governor's stay at...
Low-Power Radio in the Parking Lot: What You Need to Know
We asked Bill Baker, who specializes in radio systems for emergencies, TIS and other...
Q&A: Sound Devices Now Making Face Shields for Health Care
Wisconsin-based manufacturer can make 5,000 per day but hopes to increase that significantly
COVID-19 Advice: Communication, Patience, Trust Your Engineer
Ed Bukont on how stations are adjusting (and why managers need to know what...
“This Is What We Do. We Keep Stations on the Air No Matter What”
We asked consultant Gary Kline how operations are reacting to the coronavirus impact
2020 NAB Radio Engineering Achievement Award Goes to Jeff Welton
This is Welton’s third industry award in three years
Commissioner Starks Takes Diversity Message to the NAB Board
Also voices concerns about data privacy and security in new television technology
Starks: Tech Advancing People’s Lives, But Caution Still Needed
The emergence of 5G likely to help efforts to improve network and data security