April 15, Las Vegas:
RadioDNS was today awarded a 2010 Radio World “Cool Stuff” Award. RadioDNS was selected by the magazine’s panel of veteran broadcast engineers as notable for its potential in serving radio broadcast users.
Radio World’s “Cool Stuff” Award-winning products, announced by U.S. Editor in Chief Paul J. McLane, are selected each year by a panel of radio broadcast engineers as notable for their design, features, cost efficiency and performance in serving radio broadcast users. The winners will be featured in the June 2 issue of Radio World, which is read by radio professionals throughout the US and internationally.
The award, pictured above on the RadioDNS stand, marks the end of a successful appearance at the 2010 NAB Show, where RadioDNS technology has been displayed and demonstrated to a large number of broadcast professionals and consumer electronics manufacturers. RadioDNS was also showcased in the ‘Daily News’ show publication.
Nick Piggott, Chair, RadioDNS, said: “We’ve been overwhelmed by the positive interest and engagement we’ve had with our colleagues from the US Radio Industry, and look forward to welcoming more US based members and supporters to the project. Our stand at the NAB Show was was consistently busy with people wanting to know about the technology behind RadioDNS, what it could enable, and how they could get involved.”
“Winning the RadioWorld Cool Stuff Award 2010 was the highlight of the event, and a very special moment for the project, as it’s the first award we’ve received. It’s recognition for everyone who’s contributed so far to the project, and we thank RadioWorld for awarding it to us.”
About Radio World
Radio World (www.radioworld.com) is the definitive information resource for radio managers and engineers, covering technology, industry news, management techniques, applications-oriented engineering, production articles and new product information. Radio World is published by NewBay Media LLC, the world’s leading publisher of pro broadcast, audio and video publications.
RadioDNS (radiodns.org) connects broadcast radio transmissions to resources on the internet: enhancing radio by using the benefits of hybrid IP-connected receivers. An open project, RadioDNS is a not-for-profit organisation based in Geneva, Switzerland.