Read about the early days of WWJ, which just celebrated its 100 anniversary; Ben Hill’s perspectives on being Black in radio engineering; and an experiment with dismal sounding audio featuring Michael Bolton.
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Zipporah Mondy talks about her TAP technology apprenticeship and her perspectives on the role of engineering today.
Do It Yourself
Curt Yengst rummages in his discard stash and finds he can build something interesting.
Also in this issue:
- Codecs Offer Redundancy, Backup and Failover
- How Michael Bolton Can Be 300 Times Worse
- WWJ in Detroit: A Centennial Station