Sponsored by the DRM consortium, this eBook unveils info on the standard’s evolution, prospects and more
Dive into this fast-growing sector of the radio broadcast technology business
What's next for the format as well as best practices for 2018 and beyond
What does it take in the 21st century to design and build an efficient, cost-effective, forward-looking radio studio? The latest Radio World International eBook, “The Modern Radio Studio,” discusses issues broadcasters need to consider when refitting an entire network, or building a large or small single radio station. It provides examples of successful studio builds as well as offering tips from top global radio technologists about how to best plan or modernize one’s facilities, and more.
Stay on top of developments in this rapidly expanding segment of the U.S. radio broadcast industry. The sector is fast-moving — and FM translator planning is a whole topic in itself.
Remote IP codecs are portable, rugged and stable systems that offer increased bandwidth connectivity, hybrid functionality and connection flexibility. And they are changing the game for radio broadcasters. This eBook provides radio broadcasters some real world examples of stations that are using remote IP codecs as well as tips for assessing which one best fits the bill.