Is headphone and earbud listening even higher than the radio industry believes it to be? Radio executives are already concerned about being properly measured when listeners use headphones and earbuds. Now, consultant Alan Burns says, at least with women, this issue may be more serious than originally thought.
Microsoft is expanding its real-time Skype translation tool to cover calls made to mobile phones and landlines. The software giant has announced that Windows Insiders — those who have signed up to access early builds of the Windows operating system — can now access the new features through the Skype Preview app on Windows 10.
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From Trade to Profession Radio magazine The basic observation is that From Trade to Profession Radio magazine The basic observation is that broadcast engineering, as we know it, will come to an end in a giant train wreck because of inaction. I actually think that ... because of inaction.
(by John Garziglia) The FCC in a just-adopted decision made it easier for a foreign investor to own a part of, or all of, a US broadcast station. Here is how, as a practical matter, the FCC decision is likely to affect radio station ownership and, through expanded investment opportunities, possibly increase station values.
In 2015, four of the ten highest billing radio stations in America were on the AM band totaling approximately $167 million. For sure there are many others across the country not doing well. AM broadcasters have been asking the FCC for technical help, for what seems like a decade, as the digital world of crisp clean listening picks listeners off year after year. This with the MMTC sent a letter to the Trump administration asking the new government to decommission the AM band. We turned to broadcast attorney John Garziglia to get his opinion on that plan. Here's what he had to say.
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