In the January issue of January issue of Radio World International, Digital Radio UK’s Jane Ostler explains the vital role of communications in the expansion of digital radio; Lawrie Hallett reports from India on the government’s undertaking to develop its regulatory framework for community radio stations; VRT Radio 2 of Belgium proves that there is still a place for drama in broadcast radio; Mark Lapidus details how opting for real opinions through listener engagement instead of canned audio can give your station a boost, and more.
Radio Pioneers: Edwin Howard Armstrong and William Lear
Of FM signals and car radios
Business and Law
FCC Chooses C-Band Repack Money Clearinghouse Operators
Accounting firm along with law group and satellite comms company to oversee repack cost claims
Shure Launches MV7 Hybrid XLR/USB Podcast Microphone
Following in the wake of the established SM7B, the new MV7 aims to entice content creators