By Peter Bloomfield
This publication explains in easy-to-comprehend language the fundamental ideas of appropriate architectural and inside layout parts as directions for area making plans; construction infrastructure; format schemes for workplaces and technical amenities; shades, fabrics, and finishes; lighting fixtures; and scheduling. A Face for Radio includes:*Images and plans of the paintings of major designers of radio broadcasting amenities within the U.S. and overseas*Budgets and development schedules for a number of regular projects*Guidelines to stick with for versatile courses that follow to radio stations of all sizes, from significant industry community associates to small independents * filled with amazing 4-color illustrations and pictures of accomplished initiatives from the authors* Real-world information of radio facility layout together with flooring plans and budgets are incorporated* effortless to stick with instructions for versatile courses that observe to radio stations of all sizes, from significant marketplace community associates to small independents
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Either way, they are an accepted part of the practice of contemporary facility design and have proven to be popular and eﬀective. Typical Oﬃce Areas Oﬃce size and location should be based on task and job needs rather than the status of the occupant. A local sales manager, for example, typically needs to have meetings with 2-3 people. Depending on station format, a program director could handle the work ﬂow in an open work station created with sound-absorbent, tack-able panels. Or, a larger enclosed oﬃce with more privacy may be required.
NOTE to paragraph (a): The principal community contour of AM stations that simulcast on a frequency in the 535-1605 kHz band and on a frequency in the 1605-1705 kHz band shall be the 5 mV/m contour of the lower band operation during the term of the simultaneous operating authority. Upon termination of the 535-1605 kHz band portion of the dual frequency operation, the principal community contour shall become the 5 mV/m of the remaining operation in the 1605-1705 kHz band. (b) The following stations are not required to maintain their main studio at the locations described in paragraph (a) of this section.
For the most part the space use allocations are proportional between facilities. However, variations are aĴributable to the economy of scale and speciﬁc programmatic requirements associated with stations of diﬀerent sizes. 0% Percentage of Space Usage Bloomﬁeld & Associates, Architects 8 - 15% Studios 22 - 25% Circulation ‘Private Ofﬁces’ and ‘Open Ofﬁces’ as shown here, include Administrative, Programming and Sales departments. 6% 3 - 4% Engineering 21 - 25% Private Oﬃces 10 - 13% Support 2 - 6% Lobby 5 - 9% Conference / Training 12 - 19% Open Oﬃces Space Allocation Study Average of Commercial Stations Bloomﬁeld & Associates, Architects 38 a face for radio Hallways can do more than provide internal walkways to get people from one part of the facility to another.
A Face for Radio: A Guide to Facility Planning and Design by Peter Bloomfield