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Clockin’ Around The Christmas Tree: Holiday Music Scheduling Tips

by Thomas Giger of www.radioiloveit.com It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas :-). Time to double-check your holiday library coding & categories, and fine-tune...

5 Reasons your Station’s Engineer should attend the WABE 2016 Convention

From Mark Crichton President | Western Association of Broadcast Engineers Sharpen the Saw A sharpened saw will cut down more trees than a dull one. In today’s fast paced...

An Interview With Rob Farina, Senior Advisor, iHeartRadio Canada

On this week's Broadcast Dialogue Podcast - an interview with Rob Farina, senior advisor for the launch of iHeartRadio in Canada. Broadcast Dialogue has been...

Making A Path for Canadian Hits In The U.S.

By Sean Ross In the late summer of 2001, as a trade magazine editor, I was listening to Z103.5 (CIDC-FM) Toronto, a station I liked...

Radioplayer Comes to Canada

By Lisa Blackburn with Shawn Smith Five years ago the entire radio industry in the United Kingdom - including public broadcaster BBC Radio and commercial...

An Interview with Michael Hill, Founder and Managing Director, Radioplayer Worldwide

On this week’s Broadcast Dialogue podcast, we chat with Michael Hill, Founder and Managing Director, UK Radioplayer. Broadcast Dialogue has been required reading in the...

Canada’s Premier Radio Broadcasters Unite to Bring Listeners Top-Rated Digital Radio Streaming Service,...

– Central Ontario Broadcasting, Clear Sky Radio, Cogeco, Corus, Durham Radio, Golden West, Harvard Broadcasting, Larche Communications, Newcap Radio, Pattison, Rogers, Rawlco Radio,...

There’s a Logger in Burli?

There’s a Logger in Burli? Get ready to put another tool in your belt – a tool that is already in your copy of Burli,...

Faces Fresh From CCBE

The CCBE (Central Canada Broadcast Engineers) held its 65th annual Career Development Conference last week (Sept. 15 to 18) in Toronto. Photos from CCBE come courtesy...

Theory and Practice with AES/EBU

The AES/EBU standard for digital audio transmission, more correctly but seldom called AES3, has been with us for a while now… long enough, at...
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