Bill Eisenhamer, one of San Diego’s busiest radio engineers, talks about solid state FM transmitters, engineering for Arbitron’s PPM, and some challenges faced by multi-station engineers. Bill’s Blog: http://eisenhamerengineering.wordpress.com/author/beisenhamer/ This Week In Radio Tech is sponsored by: The Axia Radius IP-Audio broadcast mixing console. Visit http://telos-systems.com/ Be Sociable, Share! Tweet
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In every adversity, seek an opportunity. Such is the case this week as scheduling conflicts moved the production of “This Week in Radio Tech” to a morning slot, rather than our usual Thursday evening (8pm US Eastern Time) spot. The opportunity, then, was to get a guest from Europe – normally fast asleep at TWiRT-live [...]
Stephen Wilkinson is Technical Operations Manager at Hope Media in Sydney, Australia. He joins Chris Tarr, Chris Tobin and me to talk about some real-life engineering challenges – like when Stephen lost his main studio-transmitter link – and all 3 backup links failed, too! And Kirk has a sad story about a big coax that [...]
Chris Tobin and Tom Ray triumphantly return along with Kirk Harnack as This Week in Radio Tech returns from summer hiatus. We’re talking about the lousy state of radio station Internet streaming. Many broadcasters are treating their web stream as a red-headed step-child, and that’s no way to treat anyone. It’s time to treat your [...]
This week on the IAIB Spotlight: Andrew Zarian talks to host of This Week in Radio Tech (TWiRT), Kirk Harnack. Kirk has been a radio engineer for many years, and is also the Vice President of Telos products. Andrew asks Kirk how he got interested in radio, where he thinks radio is going, and how [...]
“This Week in Radio Tech” (TWiRT) announced this week that they will be moving their show to the GFQ Network. TWiRT has been on hiatus since June, but has recently announced that they will be returning this September. Previously on Leo Laporte’s TWiT Network, This Week in Radio Tech covered issues centric to the equipment [...]