Radio broadcasting – KRMY Radio http://krmyradio.com/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 22:38:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://krmyradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-95-120x120.png Radio broadcasting – KRMY Radio http://krmyradio.com/ 32 32 CMH 23 receives $1 million grant for TV and radio studio at MAC https://krmyradio.com/cmh-23-receives-1-million-grant-for-tv-and-radio-studio-at-mac/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 22:38:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/cmh-23-receives-1-million-grant-for-tv-and-radio-studio-at-mac/ Weekday broadcast of WYMT Mountain News at 11 a.m. PRESTONSBURG, Ky. (WYMT) – Last week at the SOAR Summit in Pikeville, 11 area projects received grants totaling nearly $25 million. One project that received a share of these funds was the new Country Music Highway 23 (CMH 23) radio and television studio at the Mountain […]]]>

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PRESTONSBURG, Ky. (WYMT) – Last week at the SOAR Summit in Pikeville, 11 area projects received grants totaling nearly $25 million. One project that received a share of these funds was the new Country Music Highway 23 (CMH 23) radio and television studio at the Mountain Arts Center.

CMH 23, MAC, and Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) have partnered to provide more educational opportunities for those interested in entering the broadcasting industry. The $1 million grant will help equip the studio with state-of-the-art equipment for hands-on learning.

“It gives people of all ages a hands-on learning experience to learn what it’s like to help write and produce a radio show or programming,” said Jill Hamlin, content creator and producer. of MHC 23.

Hamlin is also Associate Director of Fine Arts at BSCTC and says the studio will boost tourism in the area with a greater focus on local talent.

“Here in the heart of the mountains we sometimes get bypassed or overlooked, but really and truly that’s where our talent is,” Hamlin said. “We have so much talent, so much culture, and that’s just one more reason to come see us.”

Enable artists to get more attention for their work and more educational opportunities for those interested in broadcasting or television. Not just for Prestonsburg or Floyd County, but for all of Eastern Kentucky.

“We’re trying to do everything from top to bottom of US-23 and capitalize on the talent that we have to try and bring people to the area,” said Prestonsburg Mayor and CMH Secretary and Treasurer. 23, The Stapletons.

Preparing artists for future careers and investing in young creative minds across Appalachia.

“We want our artists, the artists who come to share their stories to share their talents with CMH 23, to be as prepared as possible when those phone calls or door knocks come,” Hamlin said.

Hamlin and Stapleton added that you can learn more about CMH 23 on its website or social media pages.

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Overview of the forecast period 2022-2031 of the global television and radio broadcasting market https://krmyradio.com/overview-of-the-forecast-period-2022-2031-of-the-global-television-and-radio-broadcasting-market/ Fri, 14 Oct 2022 13:21:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/overview-of-the-forecast-period-2022-2031-of-the-global-television-and-radio-broadcasting-market/ Global TV and Radio Broadcasting Market Report 2022 – Global Market Size, Trends and Forecast 2022-2026 The Business Research Company Global Television and Radio Broadcasting Market Report 2022 – Global Market Size, Trends and Forecast 2022-2026 LONDON, GREATER LONDON, United Kingdom, Oct. 14, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to The Business Research Company’s “Global TV and […]]]>

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LONDON, GREATER LONDON, United Kingdom, Oct. 14, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to The Business Research Company’s “Global TV and Radio Broadcasting Market Report 2022″, the TV and radio broadcasting market is increased from $374.55 billion in 2021 to $401.25 billion. in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.1%. The Russian-Ukrainian war has disrupted the chances of global economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, at least in the short term. The war between these two countries has led to economic sanctions against several countries, soaring commodity prices and supply chain disruptions, affecting many markets around the world. The TV and radio broadcasting market is expected to reach $460.99 billion in 2026 with a CAGR of 3.5%. Virtual Reality (VR) is increasingly being adopted by the TV and radio industry to create potential impact on audiences.

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TV and radio broadcast companies are deploying technologies to allow users to access their content on mobiles and website portals. Access to various platforms and devices has increased relative to the demand for television and radio broadcasting services.

Overview of the TV and radio market
The television and radio broadcasting market consists of revenue generated from the sale of television and radio programs, the sale of airtime to advertisers, and donations and grants, earned by entities (organizations, companies individuals and partnerships) that operate broadcast studios and facilities for the live or satellite broadcast of radio and television programs. They often produce or purchase programming, which may include entertainment, news, talk shows, business data, or religious services.

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• By country: Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea, United Kingdom, USA.

Market segmentation
• By type: radio broadcasting, television broadcasting
• By type of broadcaster: public, commercial
• By application: residential, government, airports, hospitals, institutes, other
• Sub-Segments Covered: Radio Station, Radio Network, Television Station, Television Network
• By geography: The global television and radio broadcasting market is segmented into North America, South America, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East and Africa. Among these regions, Western Europe holds the largest market share.

Major market players such as AT&T Inc., Charter Communications Inc., CBS Corporation, Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc., Liberty Global, DISH Network Corporation, Comcast Corporation, Discovery Inc., The Walt Disney Company, and Liberty Media Corporation.
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Global Broadcasting Market Drivers, Trends and Restraints 2022-2031 https://krmyradio.com/global-broadcasting-market-drivers-trends-and-restraints-2022-2031/ Fri, 14 Oct 2022 13:15:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/global-broadcasting-market-drivers-trends-and-restraints-2022-2031/ Global Broadcasting Market Report 2022 – Global Market Size, Trends and Forecast 2022-2026 Global Broadcasting Market Report 2022: Market Size, Trends and Forecast to 2026 LONDON, GREATER LONDON, United Kingdom, Oct. 14, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to The Business Research Company’s “Radio Broadcasting Global Market Report 2022″, the size of the global radio broadcasting market […]]]>

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LONDON, GREATER LONDON, United Kingdom, Oct. 14, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to The Business Research Company’s “Radio Broadcasting Global Market Report 2022″, the size of the global radio broadcasting market grew from $125.39 billion in 2021 to $133.35 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.30%. The Russian-Ukrainian war has disrupted the chances of global economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, at least in the short term. The war between these two countries has led to economic sanctions on several countries, soaring commodity prices and supply chain disruptions, affecting many markets around the world. The broadcasting market is expected to reach 144, $97 billion in 2026 at a CAGR of 2.10%.

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There are several trends in the radio broadcasting market, such as Internet radio, also known as web-radio or webcasting technology, which uses the Internet as the distribution medium for broadcasting instead of traditional radio waves, which are limited by the power of the station transmitter. and the streaming options available. Internet radio provides access to radio stations and live events from around the world, which is not possible with traditional radio broadcasting.

Overview of the broadcasting market
The radio broadcasting market analysis includes revenue generated from sales of radio programs and airtime to advertisers, as well as donations and grants, earned by entities (organizations, independent marketers and partnerships) that operate broadcast studios and facilities for live broadcasting. or satellite broadcasting of radio programs, which may include entertainment, news, talk shows, business data or religious services.

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Market segmentation
By type: AM, FM, satellite radio, HD radio
By type of broadcaster: public, commercial
By Frequency Bands: Very Low Frequency, Low Frequency, Medium Frequency
· By Geography: The global broadcasting market is segmented into North America, South America, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East and Africa. Among these regions, Western Europe holds the largest market share.

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FM Broadcast Policy Relaxes Recast and Ownership Standards https://krmyradio.com/fm-broadcast-policy-relaxes-recast-and-ownership-standards/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 15:11:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/fm-broadcast-policy-relaxes-recast-and-ownership-standards/ The government has approved amendments to certain provisions of the “Policy Guidelines on Expansion of FM Broadcasting Services through Private Agencies (Phase-III)”, referred to as “Phase-III Private FM Policy Guidelines”. Provisions that prescribed a three-year window for restructuring FM radio licenses within the same management group during a 15-year license term have been removed, […]]]>

The government has approved amendments to certain provisions of the “Policy Guidelines on Expansion of FM Broadcasting Services through Private Agencies (Phase-III)”, referred to as “Phase-III Private FM Policy Guidelines”.

Provisions that prescribed a three-year window for restructuring FM radio licenses within the same management group during a 15-year license term have been removed, the government said. The Center also agreed to the radio industry‘s longstanding request to remove the national 15% cap on channel ownership. Previously, no company had the right to own more than 15% of the total number of assigned channels in the country.

The government, in a statement on Tuesday, said the decision was approved at the last Cabinet meeting.

Another amendment relaxed financial eligibility standards in the FM radio policy. A company with a net worth of Rs 1 crore can now participate in the auction for category ‘C’ and ‘D’ cities. Under earlier standards, there was a minimum limit of Rs 1.5 crore to bid in this category.

Cities with a population between 5 and 10 lakh are categorized as “C”, while those with a population below 5 lakh fall under “D”.

“To improve the ease of doing business in the country, the government has been emphasizing on simplifying and streamlining existing rules to make governance more effective and efficient so that its benefits reach the common man,” said the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. in a press release.

The government said the three amendments together will help the private FM radio industry to take full advantage of economies of scale. He added that the policy will now pave the way for further expansion of FM radio and entertainment in Tier III cities.

“This will not only create new employment opportunities, but will also ensure that music and entertainment on FTA (Free to Air) radio media is available to the common man in the remotest corners of the country,” he said. said the ministry.

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Government amends provisions for FM broadcasting https://krmyradio.com/government-amends-provisions-for-fm-broadcasting/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 09:12:06 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/government-amends-provisions-for-fm-broadcasting/ New Delhi: The government on Tuesday approved amendments to policy guidelines for the expansion of private FM radio stations by simplifying financial eligibility standards to allow participation of companies with a net worth of ₹1 crore in the bidding process for category ‘C’ and ‘D’ cities. The decision was taken at the latest Cabinet meeting […]]]>

New Delhi: The government on Tuesday approved amendments to policy guidelines for the expansion of private FM radio stations by simplifying financial eligibility standards to allow participation of companies with a net worth of 1 crore in the bidding process for category ‘C’ and ‘D’ cities.

The decision was taken at the latest Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

In accordance with the amendments, the government decided to remove the three-year window period for the restructuring of FM radio licenses within the same management group during the 15-year license period.

The government has also agreed to the radio industry‘s long-standing demand to remove the national 15% cap on channel ownership.

According to the I&B Ministry, these three amendments together will help the private FM radio industry take full advantage of economies of scale and pave the way for further expansion of FM radio and entertainment in Tier 3 cities nationwide. .

“This will not only create new employment opportunities, but will also ensure that music and entertainment on free-to-air radio (FTA) media is accessible to the common man in the most remote corners of the country,” said- he added.

To improve the ease of doing business in the country, the government has focused on simplifying and streamlining the existing rules to make governance more effective and efficient so that its benefits reach the common man.

(PTI contributed to the story)

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FM Broadcasting Policy Relaxes Recast and Ownership Standards https://krmyradio.com/fm-broadcasting-policy-relaxes-recast-and-ownership-standards/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/fm-broadcasting-policy-relaxes-recast-and-ownership-standards/ The government has approved amendments to certain provisions of the “Policy Guidelines on Expansion of FM Broadcasting Services through Private Agencies (Phase-III)”, referred to as “Phase-III Private FM Policy Guidelines”. Provisions that prescribed a three-year window for restructuring FM radio licenses within the same management group during a 15-year license term have been removed, […]]]>

The government has approved amendments to certain provisions of the “Policy Guidelines on Expansion of FM Broadcasting Services through Private Agencies (Phase-III)”, referred to as “Phase-III Private FM Policy Guidelines”.

Provisions that prescribed a three-year window for restructuring FM radio licenses within the same management group during a 15-year license term have been removed, the government said. The Center also agreed to the radio industry‘s longstanding request to remove the national 15% cap on channel ownership. Previously, no company had the right to own more than 15% of the total number of assigned channels in the country.

The government, in a statement on Tuesday, said the decision was approved at the last Cabinet meeting.

Another amendment relaxed financial eligibility standards in the FM radio policy. A company with a net worth of Rs 1 crore can now participate in the auction for category ‘C’ and ‘D’ cities. Under earlier standards, there was a minimum limit of Rs 1.5 crore to bid in this category.

Cities with a population between 5 and 10 lakh are categorized as “C”, while those with a population below 5 lakh fall under “D”.

“To improve the ease of doing business in the country, the government has been emphasizing on simplifying and streamlining existing rules to make governance more effective and efficient so that its benefits reach the common man,” said the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. in a press release.

The government said the three amendments together will help the private FM radio industry to take full advantage of economies of scale. He added that the policy will now pave the way for further expansion of FM radio and entertainment in Tier III cities.

“This will not only create new employment opportunities, but will also ensure that music and entertainment on FTA (Free to Air) radio media is available to the common man in the remotest corners of the country,” he said. said the ministry.

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Toke Makinwa quits radio to focus on podcasting https://krmyradio.com/toke-makinwa-quits-radio-to-focus-on-podcasting/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 12:48:22 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/toke-makinwa-quits-radio-to-focus-on-podcasting/ Toke Makinwa Sept. 24 (THEWILL) — On Air Personality, Toke Makinwa, celebrated his last day as a broadcaster. She took to Instagram on Friday and revealed it had been 12 years since her voice debuted on radio. She shared a video that featured a collection of photos and video clips from her last day at […]]]>
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Sept. 24 (THEWILL) — On Air Personality, Toke Makinwa, celebrated his last day as a broadcaster.

She took to Instagram on Friday and revealed it had been 12 years since her voice debuted on radio.

She shared a video that featured a collection of photos and video clips from her last day at work.

Makinwa noted that while she joined the station as a rookie, she left as a seasoned presenter.

The Glamor Girls actress further announced a fresh start by unveiling her new podcast, Toke Moments.

“It took me so long to share, but here we go. Guys, it’s been 12 years since my first day on the radio, and I finally salute.

“It has been the most exciting 12 years of my life. (So ​​many memories) I joined as a rookie and now I can say I’m leaving as a seasoned broadcaster.

“As a queen of conversation, I would like to take you all on a new journey, please come with me. For some it’s not that new so I would say high phase.

“Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce you to #TMPod. TokeMoments has joined @eggcorndigital @eggcornpodcastnetwork and we can’t wait to show you the new high Toke Moments. Stay tuned. #podcast #nigerianpodcast,” she said declared.

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Students and alumni fight to bring broadcasting back to UB https://krmyradio.com/students-and-alumni-fight-to-bring-broadcasting-back-to-ub/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 03:28:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/students-and-alumni-fight-to-bring-broadcasting-back-to-ub/ The campus radio station is a hallmark of the American college experience. Since FM broadcasting began to take off in the 1970s, college DJs have provided an alternative to mainstream culture, influencing the music students listen to and talk about – all from dimly lit rooms and basements. hidden on American college campuses. With the […]]]>

The campus radio station is a hallmark of the American college experience. Since FM broadcasting began to take off in the 1970s, college DJs have provided an alternative to mainstream culture, influencing the music students listen to and talk about – all from dimly lit rooms and basements. hidden on American college campuses.

With the advent of the internet, social media, and music streaming services, it’s easy to dismiss broadcasting as past its prime. But there are plenty of student-run radio stations that still do well, even within the SUNY system. Stations in Binghamton, Purchase, Geneseo and more are still broadcasting daily.

For the past three years, UB – the largest public university in New York State – has been deprived of it.

It’s certainly not a lack of student interest – ask Ana Litvinenko, the second who tried to bring broadcasting back to UB.

Litvinenko started the UB Broadcast Club with the intention of reviving WRUB, UB’s now-defunct radio station. WRUB folded in 2019 when Subcommittee 1 (or SBI), the nonprofit student organization that funded the station, was closed. In the three years since SBI’s disbandment, WRUB has yet to be successfully replaced.

“Coming to a school like Buffalo and seeing how big it is, and then realizing there’s no train station… it’s like, what are you doing?” said Litvinenko.

Then a freshman, the criminology major was looking for a way to share her love of music with the student body — and create a sense of community.

“It’s a great way to bring people together,” Litvinenko said. “And who wouldn’t want to tune in and hear student news, or listen to great music?”

So last spring, she took matters into her own hands. The first broadcast club meeting drew approximately 30 attendees, and the number of interested students continues to grow through social media and flyers posted on campus. But it was not easy to take off. The club still hasn’t received any funding or recognition from the student body. According to Litvinenko, it was difficult to get the station’s approval; she applied and was turned down twice.

“They are extremely skeptical about it. And no one is ready to give us space, no one is ready to make room for it,” she said.

Litvinenko isn’t the only one trying to fill the void left by WRUB. His efforts caught the attention of the team at Subject Media, an online collective that calls itself “Buffalo’s student-run media empire.”

The website, founded by a collective of UB alumni, was created from the ashes of WRUB and Generation Magazine, a campus publication that also lost funding with the fall of SBI. It features podcasts, blogs, and online radio shows from current and former UB students.

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“It didn’t seem like the university or the SA were that interested in keeping the station running, so we just decided to do it ourselves,” said Mike Vago, one of the alumni who started Subject. Media.

In 1993, Vago co-founded the most recent version of WRUB. Being part of the station has had such an impact on him that – even 25 years after graduating – he is still dedicated to bringing the college radio experience to UB.

“Leading WRUB in the 90s taught me how to run an organization, how to motivate people, how to solve problems when you don’t have money,” Vago said. “WRUB was really the beginning of my life as a creative person.”

The power of broadcasting has changed a lot since Vago was in college; people turn to streaming services and social media to tell them what to listen to, not FM radio. But he hopes Subject Media can recreate the dynamic of WRUB, where students had the influence and power to share whatever they wanted with their audience.

Vago and Subject Media encouraged Litvinenko to join the Subject team. But for now, Litvinenko still hopes to launch a traditional radio station on campus, complete with a professional studio and an FM broadcast.

“I just feel like there are so many opportunities and the school just seems to refuse to turn it on,” Litvinenko said.

With or without university approval, equipment, or dedicated space, Litvinenko and the UB Broadcast Club are determined to bring radio back to campus. They’re set to host more get-togethers throughout the semester, where all budding DJs are welcome to bring their passion to the fledgling station.

Meret Kelsey is Associate Art Editor and can be reached at meret.kelsey@ubspectrum.com


MERET KELSEY

Meret Kelsey is Associate Art Editor at Spectrum.

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The Government of Canada pays tribute to the national historic significance of early commercial broadcasting in Canada https://krmyradio.com/the-government-of-canada-pays-tribute-to-the-national-historic-significance-of-early-commercial-broadcasting-in-canada/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 15:15:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/the-government-of-canada-pays-tribute-to-the-national-historic-significance-of-early-commercial-broadcasting-in-canada/ Commercial radio helped usher in the modern age of mass communication. MONTREAL, September 20, 2022 /CNW/ – Commercial Radio in Canada started with Montreal station XWA. From its first broadcasts until the creation of a public system in 1932, a radio craze swept the country, establishing a new mass communications industry that would radically alter […]]]>

Commercial radio helped usher in the modern age of mass communication.

MONTREAL, September 20, 2022 /CNW/ – Commercial Radio in Canada started with Montreal station XWA. From its first broadcasts until the creation of a public system in 1932, a radio craze swept the country, establishing a new mass communications industry that would radically alter the way Canadians consumed news and entertainment. .

Group photo – From left to right: Ms. Geneviève Caron, Director of the Mauricie and Western Quebec Management Unit, Ms. Yolande Cohen, representative of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, Mr. François Gagnon, Director General, École de technologie supérieure de Montréal, Mr. Denis Couillard, Director, Solutions Development, Ultra Communications and Mr. Alain Dufour, Secretary, Quebec Society of Collectors of Old Radios yesterday unveiled the plaque highlighting the historical importance National (CNW Group/Parks Canada)

Today, the Honorable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, commemorated the national historic significance of the early days of commercial broadcasting in Canada.

Commercial radio in Canada got its start with the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of Canada in 1918. From its rudimentary facilities in Montreal, this company experimented with wireless broadcasting and obtained a license for the XWA station in December 1919. A year later, the station began a regular program of transmissions.

From this single station, an industry grew which, over the next 12 years, ushered in the modern era of mass communication. In 1922 there were 39 radio stations in Canada. By 1931, that number had grown to 173,200. Even in the midst of the Great Depression, the radio industry was booming.

The Canadian Broadcasting Commission, from Canada first public broadcaster, was established in 1932 and with it the era of exclusively private radio ended, but it was a period that laid the foundations of Canadian broadcasting for the 20e century. In just over a decade, radio has grown from a niche hobby to a major cultural industry.

The government of Canadathrough the Historic Sites and Monuments Commission Canada, recognizes significant people, places and events that have shaped our country as a way to help Canadians and youth reconnect with their past. The national historical commemoration program is largely driven by public nominations.

We invite Canadians to learn more about our history – from lighthouses to battlefields, from historic neighborhoods to Indigenous contributions to Canadathere is an incredible variety of places and stories to discover.

Quotation

“On behalf of the government of CanadaI have the honor to commemorate the national historic significance of the first commercial radio broadcasts in Canada. Historical designations reflect from Canada rich and varied history and I encourage all Canadians to learn more about early commercial radio broadcasts in Canada and his important contributions to from Canada inheritance.”
Honorable Steven Guilbeault,
Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister Responsible for Parks Canada

“Like Marconi, who was a daring and persevering entrepreneur, the ÉTS research community strives today to imagine the telecommunications of tomorrow, which will serve not only to interconnect people, but also billions of objects that will be part of our daily lives. lives, whether to improve our health, monitor the state of our infrastructure in real time, direct our transport or adapt to climate change.”
Francois Gagnon,
Director General of ÉTS

Fast facts

  • Commercial radio in Canada got its start with the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of Canada in 1918.

  • Commercial radio in Canada started with Montreal station XWA. From this single station, an industry grew which, over the next 12 years, ushered in the modern era of mass communication.

  • The Canadian Broadcasting Commission, from Canada first public broadcaster, was established in 1932. The era of exclusively private radio came to an end, but it was a period that laid the foundations of Canadian broadcasting for the 20e century.

  • Created in 1919, the Historic Sites and Monuments Commission of Canada advises the Minister of Environment and Climate Change on the national historic significance of places, people and events that have marked from Canada the story.

  • The designation process under Parks Canada’s National Historical Commemoration Program relies heavily on public nominations. To date, over 2,200 designations have been made nationally. To nominate a historic person, place or event in your community, please visit the Parks Canada website for more information: https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/culture/clmhc-hsmbc/ncp -pcn/app

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HD Broadcasting is poised to lead India’s digital radio journey https://krmyradio.com/hd-broadcasting-is-poised-to-lead-indias-digital-radio-journey/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 08:30:01 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/hd-broadcasting-is-poised-to-lead-indias-digital-radio-journey/ By CNBCTV18.com Contributor Sep 14, 2022, 2:00 PM IST (Released) mini The HD Radio system is the world’s highest performing digital FM system, operating in North America and other countries since 2002. More than 2,700 radio stations deliver 4,700 digital audio programs to active listeners, writes Ashruf El- Dinary, SVP, Xperi Digital Platforms and HD […]]]>

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The HD Radio system is the world’s highest performing digital FM system, operating in North America and other countries since 2002. More than 2,700 radio stations deliver 4,700 digital audio programs to active listeners, writes Ashruf El- Dinary, SVP, Xperi Digital Platforms and HD Radio

Digital radio broadcasting is an exciting new service for AM and FM radio stations. When digital broadcasting technologies were introduced nearly 20 years ago, an era of nearly limitless new programming opportunities for broadcasters and their listeners was ushered in. With proper implementation and support, digital broadcasting enables radio stations to penetrate deeper into local markets with compelling new content. , extended audio and data services and 21st century multimedia formats.

Many people confuse digital broadcasting with radio streaming services, but it’s very different because it makes much more efficient use of the broadcast spectrum and allows radio operators to deliver more robust content and new services to local listeners. This is particularly important as local community broadcasting provides reliable essential information and entertainment services to all listeners, free of charge and data charges.

So, unlike streaming, digital radio broadcasting is not just enhanced broadcasting, but provides equitable access to information for all. In addition, it allows to increase the content of the programs and the multimedia services with a better quality than the analogical radio.

With growing worldwide adoption, several digital radio broadcasting standards have been defined, some of which are already operational in countries in North America, Europe and Asia.

In most markets where digital services have been introduced, digital radio has generated new business opportunities for radio station owners, allowing radio to compete more effectively with other communication technologies.

It has also spawned services that simultaneously benefit broadcasters and listeners, including new audio channels, real-time emergency alert notifications, text and visual information related to the current program, and data services. additional providing enhanced traffic notifications, weather reports and other local content.

With these additional digital channels now available to consumers, radio stations can target audience segments more closely, while still serving their core audience.

Digital radio comes to India

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has authorized new FM auctions to support digital radio services in 2018. According to this consultation report, radio stations are allowed to use their spectrum allocation for both analogue and digital services.

In early August 2022, the India Cellular and Electronics Association (ICEA) and the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) released a report by Ernst & Young on the future of digital broadcasting in India.

Many of the topics discussed in this report parallel other digital radio markets around the world, including the need for a smooth transition to digital operations, the importance of accessible consumer receivers, enabling notifications emergency through digital radio broadcasts and the need to limit additional license fees to broadcasters.

The HD Radio™ broadcast technology aligns with the key findings and recommendations set out in the report.

The HD Radio system is the world’s highest performing digital FM system, operating in North America and other countries since 2002. More than 2,700 radio stations deliver 4,700 digital audio programs to active listeners.

Collectively, these radio groups provide over 41 million hours of digital radio programming to over 400 million people. With nearly 100 million radio receivers sold, millions of consumers have excellent experiences with digital services, as highlighted by the IPSOS 2021 survey on consumer satisfaction with HD Radio products.

Over 96% of respondents were satisfied with HD Radio products and services with clear support (92%) for clear reception and better sound quality than analog radio. These excellent experiences translate to 94% of HD Radio listeners recommending the products to family and friends.

As digital radio expands in India, radio stations will be able to expand their services and enable new technologies, delivering content to a larger portion of the population.

With HD Radio broadcasting, radio listeners across North America have access to up to 4 digital audio programs on the same radio station transmission, supporting programming in multiple languages ​​and building communities. Each of these audio services supports synchronized metadata for the program via text and image transmission protocols.

Emergency Alert Notifications provide real-time notification of rescue warnings. And data service protocols highlight broadcasters’ ability to support communication with connected cars and IoT platforms. Advertisers also benefit from HD Radio services through high-value visual advertisements on the radio screen. Overall, HD Radio services offer benefits for broadcasting and exciting new services for consumers.

A key takeaway from Ernst & Young’s report concerns the regulatory policy needed to support a smooth transition to all-digital broadcasting. What would that require? that analog transmissions and digital transmissions operate simultaneously on the same frequency assignment without interruption or interference to either service.

This simulcast requirement would ensure that listeners will continue to receive current analog programming on existing radio receivers, while new digital receivers will be able to access both analog programming and new digital services. This approach, recommended by E&Y, enables a smooth transition to digital radio, which HD Radio services have successfully implemented in North America.

Another key finding of the report highlights the need for low cost radio products, particularly for the integration of digital radio services into mobile handsets. The integration of mobile phones is essential to the success of any new digital technology. After all, radio listening on mobile phones accounts for about 75% of radio listening in India.

The integration will ensure everyone has access to services and information, and this is also something that HD Radio has achieved: they have successfully integrated digital radio services into mobile handsets, a good example of this is their integration in the BeatBoy phone model which sells in the Philippines for around 1600 rupees (20 USD).

Another focus of the success of digital radio, especially in India, is to support “Make in India” initiatives. The National Electronics Policy 2019 (NPE 2019) has prioritized the electronics manufacturing sector as one of the important pillars of the Government of India’s “Make in India” and “Digital India” programs. Total investment in electronics manufacturing for 2025-2026 is US$300 billion and mobile handset manufacturing itself has been assigned a target of US$180 billion, of which US$55 billion US dollars for exports and US$125 billion for domestic consumption.

The HD Radio team is experienced in building manufacturing ecosystems and actively contributes to this goal by working with its hardware development, software development and testing partners in India.

We have established strong relationships with our partners in India to integrate our digital radio technology into cars and mobile phones, which will provide access to the growing number of export markets for brands and manufacturers. We also see a strong opportunity with MEITY’s Center of Excellence initiatives to create consumer electronics designs for domestic markets as well as for export to the world.

These are just a few of the ways HD Radio technology not only sets best practices for digital radio implementation, but also offers a global paradigm for how digital radio can connect broadcasters. and listeners and make digital radio accessible and equitable for every community.

Author Ashruf El-Dinary is SVP, Xperi Digital Platforms and HD Radio. The opinions expressed are personal.

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