Coming in November is the 100th anniversary of the birth of modern radio broadcasting. In this issue, Radio World features a special report by James O’Neal about how KDKA came to be the standard-bearer for an industry.
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The chief of the FCC Audio Division deems the AM revitalization effort “a big success story,” but critics fault the effort for not going far enough and focusing mainly on adding FM signals. What comes next?
A session of the virtual Radio Show will focus on RadioDNS and how U.S. broadcasters are beginning to support hybrid radio capabilities.
Also in this issue:
- Workbench: Time to Prepare for Ice and Snow
- Buyer’s Guide: Media Asset Management/Automation
- College Radio Grapples With Pandemic’s Implications