Learn about the British Forces Broadcasting Service, which offers entertainment, information and connectivity for the British military community internationally. We also highlight the last installment of RW’s 2018 Summer of Products series, and Doug Irwin delves into broadband antennas in his Trends in Technology column.
The California Historical Radio Society is building a radio history museum on Alameda Island. Board Chair Mike Adams says the society is “creating a radio history experience, slowly, carefully, one exhibit at a time.” They’ve dubbed it “Radio Central,” because it was once the central phone exchange and is located on Central Ave.
It Started With a Tape Recorder
Curt Yengst tells Workbench readers how he got interested in a broadcast engineering career. It’s a good reminder that you never know what might spark a child’s passion and inspire a lifelong fascination.
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