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Disrupting Ourselves

Some random thoughts for a mid-summer day.

On Monday with the soft launch of NPR One, NPR and its Member Stations begin a brave experiment as an industry through the creation of a product that has been developed to, quite frankly, disrupt our existing business model that we have been comfortable with for decades. 418 more words

Public Media

Tait Tough Test 12: The Drone Drop Test

We’re taking Tait Tough to new heights.
By Evan Forester, Tait Tough Tester.

Ever since we launched our portable radio from a catapult, I’ve dreamed of taking the Tait portable higher. 299 more words

Digital Radio

New P25 system to provide seamless comms for Lexington-Fayette County

The City of Lexington celebrated the Go-Live of their new P25 digital communications system, which replaced an analog VHF system dating from the 1960s.

The system is being used by Lexington Police and Bluegrass Airport with plans for the fire service to switch later this year. 236 more words

Digital Radio

Bundling the power of public service media and the Smart Radio Initiative

Bundling the power of public service media and the Smart Radio Initiative

Christian Vogg, Head of Radio, EBU Media Department, EURORADIO

The future of radio is digital… 607 more words

WorldDMB Project Office

A global look at the Digital Radio Switchover

A global look at the Digital Radio Switchover

Around the world, DAB/DAB+ is being chosen as the digital radio broadcasting standard of choice for broadcasters.   133 more words

WorldDMB Project Office

A manufacturer's perspective on Digital Radio Switchover

Frontier Silicon and Glovane Co. Ltd share their thoughts on how on DSO impacts digital radio growth. 

Patrick Hannon, WorldDMB President and VP Corporate Development at Frontier Silicon, 884 more words

WorldDMB Project Office

A global perspective on Digital Radio Switchover

How is DSO progressing around the world and what are the plans for the future?  What factors will impact on market growth and penetration?  Digital Radio professionals from Italy, Netherlands, Sweden Norway, United Kingdom discuss the current situation in their countries and objectives for the future. 3,045 more words

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