Inside the May 23 Issue of Radio World

Read about the future of broadcast engineering about what the industry is doing to develop the next generation of professionals
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How to develop the next generation of engineers is a question constantly on the minds of U.S. radio industry executives. This issue of Radio World features three articles on various aspects of that question including a progress report on the SBE's new mentoring program. Also in this issue are the stories featured below.


Months After Hurricane, WTJX Fights On

In September 2017, Category 5 Hurricane Irma devastated the U.S. Virgin Island of St. Thomas along with much of the rest of the Caribbean. Among the victims was WTJX(FM). The hurricane knocked the station — which rebroadcasts NPR national content — right off the air and destroyed the facilities of sister PBS TV station WTJX. Learn about their efforts to rebuild and serve their community.


Remote Monitor and Control Systems in a NOC Environment

Not that long ago, having a “network” of transmitter sites to maintain meant having a long list of telephone numbers you would use to reach specific remote controls. Today, you likely have a list of IP addresses. Doug Irwin explores what’s behind this evolution in technology and how it affect workflows.