Radio broadcasters are moving only cautiously into the cloud, where content is managed by others. In radio, the cloud is mainly for social media technology that links broadcasters and their audiences, according to NAB Vice President of Technology John Marino. But security is a concern, with one executive, Crawford Broadcasting engineering director Cris Alexander, noting, "We like to keep everything in-house, behind closed doors so to speak, where we control everything."

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