The reasoning: It enables broadcasters to provide innovative radio that will remain relevant in the digital era.
HD Radio has seen some acceptance outside the USA.
Sessions proposals are being accepted through Aug. 15, 2013.
The convention will feature three days of interactive sessions led by broadcast professionals and student media advisers in San Antonio, Oct. 31 - Nov. 2.
And while those outside radio are accepting HD Radio, some insiders continue to hold it back.
The Digital Radio Session will be held on Feb. 11, 2013.
The Audi Q7 showing the system has 23 active loudspeakers and more than 1500W of amplifier power.
Many automakers are now focused on launching HD Radio advanced features like iTunes Tagging, Artist Experience and Digital Traffic and Data.
The framework enables new set of vehicle application programming interfaces for developers.
The partnership puts AM/FM stations on parity with other offerings on the vehicle's digital screen.
More than 60 new HD Radio receivers are scheduled to be launched.
New car manufacturers join an existing base for installed systems, and after-market manufacturers also join the effort.
Toyota and Lexus audio systems launched on selected 2014 models will feature an integrated in-dash display of Clear Channel's Total Traffic Network services.
Active Alert notifications generate pop-up text messages and trigger wake-up/snooze capability on receivers supporting the technology during weather emergencies or other local events.
The Symposium is usually held in the Washington, DC, area.
Three Consortium members, Transradio, Nautel and Thomson, will host events on Sept. 7, 8 and 9 showing participants the features of DRM and its applications.
Steve Largent took over as president and CEO of CTIA in November 2003.
The 18th Annual NATE Conference and Exposition to be held in Fort Worth, TX, Feb. 18-21, 2013.
Bob Struble credits AM/FM growth and profitability as being notable, but he warns against resiliency and adaptability being a long-term growth strategy.
The tuner is already built in to the Curve 9360 and 9380 phones.
Comrex became a Verizon LTE Innovation Center participant in 2011 and has been working closely with Verizon in the continued development of 4G LTE for professional broadcast applications.
The 73-foot Studer truck is outfitted with Studer digital mixing consoles and broadcast products.
The conference features presentations from leaders within the broadcast industry and is designed to provide the latest information on timely matters.
Among the plans: updates on the latest market developments will be given, in addition to demonstrations of DRM30 and DRM+.
In his speech, he discussed the importance of mobile broadband and how it needs to grow quickly in the United States.