Inside the Oct. 10 Issue of Radio World

Check out our AES 2018 preview, then bone up on the controversy surrounding the proposed C4 class and potential interference issues
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Check out our AES 2018 preview, then bone up on the controversy surrounding the proposed C4 class and potential interference issues. Also take a visit to NPR West, the pubcaster's Culver City, Calif., home. And another reader weighs in on the idea of engineers as first responders.

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Is There Life After Radio?

It’s a fork in the road that many career radio people face: After a change in their station’s format or management, should they stay in the radio business? Or apply their skills somewhere else? Dave Beasing explores second acts for the radio industry.

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C4 Debate Centers Mostly on Interference Worries

Depending on whom you listen to, a new FM Class C4 would create a landslide of interference or a critical lifeline for some existing stations. The FCC’s notice of inquiry got a lot of play this summer, especially from those Class A FMs that stand to benefit from the proposed change. 

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