Tag: Issue 14

The Radio Road Trip Lives

By: Sean Ross [email protected] Twitter: @RossOnRadio You don’t have to go on a road trip to hear small-town radio anymore. Not every small-market station streams, but I come across interesting small-market stations in my various listening apps on a regular basis — often discovering them in the course of searching for some other station. You… read more

Day One Engineering Sessions Preview – GLBC

The Great Lakes Broadcasting Conference (GLBC) Engineering Sessions kick off on Monday morning: Monday, May 2, 2016 10:00am – 4:00pm Advanced IP Networking & CBNE Study Topics Presented by Wayne Pecena, Society of Broadcast Engineers Advanced IP Networking for Broadcast Engineers and CBNE Study Topics is an intensive instructor-led full-day tutorial. It is assumed that… read more

Day Two Engineering Preview – GLBC

Day two of Engineering Sessions at GLBC begin at 8 a.m. Tuesday, May 3, 2016 8:00 – 11:00am  SBE Exam for CNBT and CBNE Registration for the SBE Exams closed on April 1. 10:00 – 10:30am New Technologies and Design Concepts in Radio Automation (Not Your Dad’s Automation System) Presented by Don Backus, Broadcast Electronics… read more

Sales Sessions Preview – GLBC

GLBC Tuesday Sessions can help you generate $$$! Tuesday, May 3, 2016 10:00 – 11:00am Back to the Basics: Part 1 Presented by Speed Marriott, P1 Learning We have become practitioners of the apologetic approach to selling.  For example: I’m sorry that… I didn’t meet your C.P.P. Goals… I didn’t fulfill your value-added request… That… read more

News & Journalism Sessions Preview – GLBC

GLBC’s sessions for journalists and those in the news media are top-notch this year! Tuesday, May 3, 2016 8:30 – 9:30am Valerie Geller Presents: Get, Keep, and BUILD Your Audience! Content is king and those who create your content are what set you apart from every other “screen” or speaker you compete with. Everyone can improve… read more

Video Production Sessions Preview – GLBC

On Tuesday, May 3, GLBC offers multiple sessions for video producers: Tuesday, May 3, 2016 10 – 11:00am The Art of Interviewing for Video Presented by Steve Julin Interviewing is the foundation of great storytelling, and the stories you tell are only as good as the information you get. In this workshop, you’ll learn the… read more

Ben C. Fisher Passes

Benjamin Chatburn Fisher, a preeminent Washington, D.C. communications law attorney and investor in Mid-West Family Broadcasting, died April 14, 2016 at age 93. Fisher’s legal career spanned over six decades.  In 1952, he joined the law firm Fisher, Wayland, and Southmayd, which he father founded.  The firm later became Fisher, Cooper and Zaragoza.  Later, it… read more

Detroit’s Drew and Mike Together Again

Former WRIF-FM (Detroit) personalities Drew & Mike are back together, this time around not on the radio, but talking about Detroit with a new podcast. Drew Lane told Deadline Detroit that “he expects to produce a podcast five days a week, though he said Clark only wants to do it twice weekly. So Lane said he’s… read more

NAB Petitions FCC for Voluntary Use of Next-Gen TV

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), Consumer Technology Association, America’s Public Television Stations and the Advanced Warning and Response Network filed a joint petition with the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) to authorize use of the ATSC 3.0 broadcasting standard on voluntary basis. The groups say the ATSC 3.0 standard will enable stations to broadcast 4K,… read more