The wireless is going wireless and it’s not a quiet revolution. It’s pop, rock, hip-hop, current affairs, country and live discussion thrown into one. Radio is changing as it moves online. A standard kitchen-window internet-enabled radio will allow you to search for steel bands from St Lucia, sugar-coated K-pop from Seoul, Beirut’s decadent Radio Liban and individual shows – whether nuggets of NPR intelligence from Boston or a dagger-sharp new Sydney music show. With the internet, these shows exist outside their station and call-sign, enabling…
Arcam Solo mini system
Arcam technician tests AV receivers
Fitting Arcam circuits
Testing AV receiver
Arcam's first product the A60 amplifier
Senior engineer Andy Taylor
AV receivers' multiple inputs
CEO Charlie Brennan
Staff at EVR's First Avenue office
Studio is open to street
Co-owner Peter Ferraro
EVR relaunched its website in February
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