Here’s a peek at what’s coming in the June 21 issue of Radio World (selections of which are now found online):
+ Randal J. Miller on why FM translators should be allowed to offer locally originated programming.
+ Ed Perry reflects on Fessenden’s 1906 broadcast.
+ Skip Pizzi on how broadcasters are in unfamiliar territory when their podcasts compete with “user-generated content.”
+ The first in a new series of hands-on tips about HD Radio implementation from Cris Alexander.
In your mailbox shortly, with these and other highlights now online.