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Dielectric FM Antenna Case Studies For High Power Regional, Translator, Community and Class A...

All Antennas Provide Standard Single Station Omni-Directional Service FM Case Study Challenge #1 for medium/high power regional stations: Major market broadcaster wanted to replace a single-station...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Inovonics talks remote radio station monitoring

On this sponsored episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Inovonics Broadcast President and CEO Ben Barber discusses site streamers and more with David...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News

FEATURE: StatsRadio has released a case study of how the audience measurement startup has been working with Sauga 960 AM (CKNT-AM) to prove the...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – NextGen Video coalition launches

LISTEN: As the need for remote home studios is thrust upon the radio broadcaster, realistic functionality has become key. On this special, sponsored episode...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Tieline’s Charlie Gawley on Home Studio Functionality

As the need for remote home studios is thrust upon the radio broadcaster, realistic functionality has become key. On this special, sponsored episode of Broadcast...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Stingray selects Targetspot to monetize digital audio advertising

Stingray has selected Targetspot to monetize digital audio advertising across its Stingray Music services including its free, ad-supported TV audio channels (FAST) and the...

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SAIT Broadcast Systems Technology students submit a Capstone Project or White Paper in their final semester. Instructor Lubos Kuzma has shared “Video Over IP:...

Video Over IP: Security Considerations and Concerns

Every year, our students in final semester work on a Capstone Project, where they are required to research and implement part of a larger...

Broadcast Tech News – CCBE gauges interest in virtual event for 2020

Central Canada Broadcast Engineers (CCBE) is gauging interest in holding a virtual event after moving to cancel its annual September conference for 2020 in...

Broadcast Tech News – IBC 2020 cancelled amid pandemic travel concerns

The International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) has been cancelled for 2020 with organizers deciding to go virtual over travel concerns amid COVID-19. Several large exhibitors,...

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