iBiquity Updates HDRadio.com, Intros Android and iOS Apps


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Columbia, MD - Sep 16, 2013 - iBiquity Digital has relaunched HDRadio.com and released the first HD Radio Guide App for iOS and Android.

The updated HDRadio.com focuses on the unique content that is available through HD Radio broadcasts. Consumers can now visit HDRadio.com to learn about and sample local content that is available through HD Radio broadcasts and to discover new HD Radio products. The new HDRadio.com also includes resources for broadcasters on programming, promotions, and technical operations that assist with implantation of HD Radio.

IBiquity has also released an all-new HD Radio Guide App designed by Bottle Rocket. The App is designed to inform consumers about content and to enable them to discover new and existing HD Radio broadcasts. The interactive station guide also allows users to connect instantly with their favorite stations through SMS, phone, and social media networks. The app also provides a comprehensive guide to HD Radio receivers including links to buy.




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