Invitations are in the mail for the dedication of a new radio studio at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland. The renovated facility on the fifth floor of the waterfront museum will be christened the Alan Freed Radio Studio, and will be marketed to radio stations for remote broadcasts. An exhibition will review the life of the famous DJ, an inductee into the Hall. The VIP party and opening are set for March 1.
Pilot Offers Media Technology and Innovation Scholarships
NAB’s innovation initiative will provide up to $10,000 in scholarships
Wisconsin Broadcasters Remember Gary Mach, Engineer
He worked for many years on the WBA’s Broadcasters Clinic Committee