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TWiRT - Episode 3 - Emerald Isle

Kirk Harnack, Tom Ray, Chris Tobin, and Andy Linton

- KWVE EAS fine.

- How are stations managing online streaming and fulfilling the reporting requirements for Sound Exchange? 

- Innovation in radio audio chain in the last 10 years or so from the heyday of analog and the huge tedious patch panels and distribution amps to what's being done now digitally via IP and digital switching?    

- FM HD Radio power increase to -14dB

- Broadcasting and Radio Engineering in Ireland - Andy Linton

Our guest is Andy Linton of Total Broadcast Consultants, a system integrator and contract engineering service in Ireland. 


TWiRT - Episode 3 - Emerald Isle

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I listned to your TWIRT for the first time today and found it very interesting especially
Andy Linton's contribution.
With regards to DAB In England many years ago the BBC and others went for content at lower bit rates and because of it's success changing to DAB+ ( AAC ) is not an easy route because of the many non upgradable receivers being used.

In countries such as Norway DAB+ is being rolled out , in Germany and Holland DAB+ is a serious option.

In France the authorities have gone for TDMB but the roll out is yet to begin.

In a Nutshell Europe initially 20 years ago decided on Eureka 147 but since then not much has happened. Now with IPhones and other portable devices on AAC Plus using 3G and WIMAX is becoming a serious alternative. The younger generation are not interested in DAB or DMB they use their Cell Phones to listnen to their favorite Radio Programs.

October 22, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterPeter Lee

Hey Kirk,
Another interesting TWiRT is "in the can".
How about producing a show closer?
Given the rather OTT show opener, it's a bit of a letdown to have the show end cold.

October 25, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterPeter Smerdon
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