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“TWiRT” is your go to show if you want to get behind the scenes on what makes broadcasting possible. The show addresses common issues as well as explaining past experiences from a wide array of hosts who each come from a different background in radio technology. This show is a must for any tech geek or for anyone who is interested in what goes on behind the boards and wires.
 
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George Whittam is one of the foremost engineers building home studios for radio, TV, and Hollywood voice-over talent. Many of his clients were doing some work in their home studios prior to the COVID pandemic. However, the lockdowns of the past 18 months - particularly in California - have made it absolutely necessary for the quality of home studio…
 
This Week: Fusion Magnets, Justin's Good News, Transplant Sniffer, Shape Shifters, Perseverance Payoff, Duck Talk, COVID Update, Gecko Bot!, Dog Knowledge, Bad Police Behavior, Cellular Mimic, Danger Smellers, Cat Stripes, And Much More... The post 08 September, 2021 – Episode 841 – Will Nuclear Fusion Ever Work? appeared first on This Week in Scie…
 
This Week: Disappearing Debris, Just Good News, Pay What?, Step On It, Old Chinese Beer, Muscular Microbes, INTERVIEW W/ Dr. Alok Patel RE: COVID & NOVA NOW, Octopus Ladies, Cockatoo Tools, CRIBS For Coral, Microbial Rain, Genetic Friends, Personality Faces, And Much More... The post 01 September, 2021 – Episode 840 – What’s Up With Science NOW? ap…
 
It’s been well over 20 years since some radio stations began streaming their audio on the Internet. And these days, most stations do have a streaming presence. But, is that enough with so much competition? Is there more in terms of convenience and utility that we broadcasters can provide to our listeners? Ed Martinez, Robert Minnix, and David Biali…
 
This Week: Space Vs Health, Evolution Education, Isolated Flies, Eat For Life, INTERVIEW W/ Dr. Noah Fierer RE: Antarctic Microbes, Babbling Baby Bats, Choking Under Pressure, Preventing Plant Pests, Caribbean Cannibals?, Political Prison Profit, Brainy Organoids, Social Tourette's Tics, And Much More... The post 25 August, 2021 – Episode 839 – Dig…
 
It’s likely impossible for a true “Master Class” in anything to be done in 1 hour. However, Matt Gholston does take us through some of the key concepts that Chief Engineers must heed. From AoIP ideas to managing tower crews, Matt emphasizes some of the most important skills for today’s broadcast engineer. From teaching school to consulting hundreds…
 
This Week: Fusion Breakthrough, Children Are Different, Targeting Cancer, COVID Update, Polygamous Woodpeckers, Big City Mammals, CFC's & Climate Change, Contact Tracing?, Camo Chameleons, And Much More... The post 18 August, 2021 – Episode 838 – Maybe it Could Have Been Worse? appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kickass Science Podcast.…
 
One of the most clever engineering technicians we’ve met is also a bar and hotel owner and tour boat operator. So why wouldn’t he operate some hip radio stations as well? Sean Kelly is here to update us on virtualizing the operation of several online radio stations. Sean is running HITz Digital, KISS Digital, and PALM Torbay - and doing so with lit…
 
This Week: Climate Alarm, Power Plant Potential, Hydrogen Hype?, Missing Mars Rock, Maniac Robots, Age-Reversing Microbes, Free Loading Cats, COVID Update, Bargain-Shopping Bats, Poisonous Frog Sponge, Mast Cell Advance?, Matrix AI, Social Signals, Lady Learnings, And Much More... The post 11 August, 2021 – Episode 837 – Do You Have Climate Concern…
 
Sydney, Australia, is on another pandemic lockdown, but this time broadcasters are better prepared. Stephen Wilkinson is Technical Operations Manager at Hope Media in Sydney, and is responsible not only for keeping this important community radio station on-the-air, but also for keeping the IT systems safe from cyber attacks. Stephen joins us to tal…
 
Does anyone find humor and joy in broadcast engineering like Jim Grum Graham does? I don't think so!! Through flood, heart attack, crazy contests, and fun radio remotes, Jim Graham's engineering experiences have reduced him to the man he is today! What’s more, we can learn some important engineering lessons from Jim’s mistakes - and from his triump…
 
This Week: Competitive Microbes, Pollinating Microbes, Daddy Legs, Red Asteroid Bodies, All You can Eat, Life Death Trade-off, Garbage Cockatoos, Animal Art, Parental Birbs, Sleep Sabotage, Oxygen Extinction?, Melting Russia, And Much More... The post 04 August, 2021 – Episode 836 – Do You Give a Hoot About Science? appeared first on This Week in S…
 
This Week: CRISPR Mosquito Cages, Neanderthal Blood, Doggy Lie Detector, Open Alpha Folding, Caffeine Buzz, Genome Completion, CRISPR Update, Baby Pterodactyls, Baboon FitBits, Microbial Mouths, IPCC warnings, Human Vision Streaks, Baby Mouse Dreams, And Much More... The post 28 July, 2021 – Episode 835 – Want Some CRISPR Mosquitoes? appeared first…
 
Phil Larsen used to fly drones to pick up bad guys discussing their evil plans. Now he runs the QForce Airborne Division of QCommunications, listening to radio and TV stations while measuring transmitted signal patterns. Aerial signal measurement has been around since an engineer carried an RF field strength meter into a helicopter. But, today’s me…
 
Some days you’re the windshield, and some days you’re the bug. And some days you experience some of each. Tom Ray’s recent experience with a 4-tower AM directional array new New York is a study in “surprise” and “relief” as he dealt with half of a tower collapsing. These AM towers are in suburban wetlands, surrounded by residences, a city park, and…
 
This Week: You Will Assimilate, Viruses On Ice, Twisty Shark Intestines, AI Protein Puzzler, Not Spider Silk, COVID Update, Poo-Eating Pikas, Fish Friends, Butterfly Blues, Oceans Are Full, Song Rules, Rat Empathy, And Much More... The post 21 July, 2021 – Episode 834 – Fly Me to the Moon, Mr. Bezos! appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kic…
 
From modifying off-the-shelf audio processors, to hand-building his own designs, to overseeing the most successful radio audio processing company in the world, Frank Foti has both predicted and created the future of audio enhancement. In this episode we’ll hear about Frank’s collaboration with great record producers and how that work has continued …
 
This Week: Light-Bending Holes, Friend Zone Potential, Conservation Thru Games, Fossilized Ripples, Robot Farms, iAge Immune Clock, Panda Teeth, Busting Bird Traffickers, Changing Language, Multi-Sex Species, Brain Plasticity & Psilocibin, Microbial Moods, And Much More... The post 14 July, 2021 – Episode 833 – How Do Pandas Eat? appeared first on …
 
The satellite C-Band repack is upon us. Indeed, some 5G carriers are already operating just below the satellite C-Band and have caused interference. More such interference is on the way and broadcast engineers need to act now. Mark Johnson with LinkUp Communications joins us to outline the C-Band repack timeline and share photos from recent filter …
 
This Week: Sea Rise, Plurality Of Singularities, Clean Your House, Male Life Extension?, Bat Origins, Vampire Dominance, COVID Update, Poop Beetle, Beetle Strider, Cat Medicine, Faces & Emotion, Brain Waves, Dancing Helps, Trout On Meth, And Much More... The post 07 July, 2021 – Episode 832 – Help for Cats with Heart Disease? appeared first on This…
 
This Week: Hot News, Enter The Dragon Man, Spiders Like Snakes, Hungry Black Holes, Another New Human, Malaria Promise, COVID-19 Update, Wildfire Plumage, Suicidal Mantids, Snake Warming, Glow mRNA, Gut-Brain, Lobster Pot, And Much More... The post 30 June, 2021 – Episode 831 – How Hot Can it Get? appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kickas…
 
Tony Dimsdale loves RF. And he loves the plumbing it takes to transport high-power RF energy from one place to another without “spilling” any! Working with GatesAir during the TV repack put Tony in the middle of the action, moving FM station antennas, installing RF combining and switching systems, and learning the nuances and “gotchas” of the art o…
 
This Week: Look At Earth, Microbe Connections, Quantum Standstill, Tiny Rex?, Magnetic Bird Eyes, COVID Update, Hyena Bugs, Butterfly Record, Bacterial Resistance, Memory Reality, Youth Blood, Melatonin Mice, And Much More... The post 23 June, 2021 – Episode 830 – How Far Do Butterflies Migrate? appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kickass …
 
Four years ago Philipp Schmid at Nautel introduced HD Radio technology allowing up to 15 digital program feeds on one FM channel. They called it “Multiplex FM”. Now the idea and technology have expanded to include the DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale) transmission system. What’s more, Nautel and Telos Alliance have demonstrated a cloud-based system for …
 
This Week: Whirling Filaments, Mouse Free, Healthy Hops, Plastic Microbes, Swiss Bats, Interview w/ Drs. Angelique Corthals, Liliana Davalos, & Diana Moreno Santillàn RE:Bat Immunity Genetics, Underwater Archaeology, Bird Song Translator, Pain And Vitamins, And Much More... The post 16 June, 2021 – Episode 829 – Why Are Bats Disease Vectors? appear…
 
This Week: Reviving Life, Robots For Kids, Outsmarting Bacteria, Whipped Happiness, Metal Core?, Schooled Megalodon, No Moon Moving, COVID Update, Puppies!, Hangry Fruit Flies, Mental Health Diet, Better Learning, Do Your Math, And Much More... The post 09 June, 2021 – Episode 828 – Can We Move the Moon? appeared first on This Week in Science - The…
 
This Week: NASA News, Limb Regeneration, Bad Videos, Interview w/ Drs. Kate Clancy & Katherine Lee RE: Vaccines & Menstruation, Real Fake News, Brain Testes, The Dark Way, Bat People, Intelligent Pupils, Starving Memory, And Much More... The post 02 June, 2021 – Episode 827 – Does the COVID Vaccine Affect Periods? appeared first on This Week in Sci…
 
This Week: Headline Stories, Climate Doom, Stem Cell Guides, Problem Bird Feeders, City Bugs, Interview w/ Dr. Elisabeth Bik RE: Scientific Integrity, Code Switching Tamarins, Wolves For Deer, Just The Gist, Stimulating Sight, And Much More... The post 26 May, 2021 – Episode 826 – It’s the Little Things That Count appeared first on This Week in Sci…
 
This Week: Erosion & Evolution, Traits Of Life, Googley Eyes, Repairing Hearing, Good Students, Iconic Sounds, COVID Update, Bottom Breathing, Scuba Lizards, Horse History, Better Memory, Thumb Brain, Reducing APP, And Much More... The post 19 May, 2021 – Episode 825 – How to Remember Things appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kickass Scie…
 
This Week: Immune Therapy, Post-natal Depression, Birds of Instagram, Paleo Poop, Slowest Earthquake, Fossil Turducken, Headless Worms, COVID Update, Yawning Brains, Smelly Mice, Giant Lizards, Human Origins, Magneto-Sharks, Brain Bonding, And Much More... The post 12 May, 2021 – Episode 824 – Why Do We Yawn? appeared first on This Week in Science …
 
Cytobacteria?, Invisible Fences, Jurassic Garden, Zee Deeehnay, Branching Worms, Simulated Impact, COVID Update, 1 To 3, Baby Mantis Punch, Holographic Histopathology, Fertility Feed, Bat Senses, Seat Of Consciousness, Cinco de Mayo Science News... The post 05 May, 2021 – Episode 823 – Cinco de Mayo Science Salsa! appeared first on This Week in Sci…
 
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