“Dot Radio” or .radio will soon be a new domain name dedicated to, not surprisingly, radio. Read more
Drive time brings radio broadcasters the largest audiences and highest commercial revenues. It’s been that way for fifty years. Read more
This month, Norway will shut down its FM transmitters and replace them with Digital Audio Broadcasting. It becomes the first country to completely replace traditional analog FM with the new digital format. Read more
AM broadcast band radio signals travel great distances at night. You can hear medium wave signals from all around your continent. However, you can’t normally hear stations from across the Pacific or Atlantic. That’s not possible unless you use a Beverage antenna (shown above.) Read more
I have always been amazed at how cheap radio music is for broadcasters. You might call it a 3% solution. Read more
The election computer for broadcasters arrived in 1952. Read more
Reflecting on the U.S. elections, I thought of a 1938 radio broadcast – War of the Worlds. Read more
Remembrance Day is just that. A day to remember members of armed forces who died in the line of duty. Originating as “the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month”, it was originally called Armistice Day to honor the end of World War I in 1918. Today, I would like to especially remember radio people at war.