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Currents Headlines from the January 2006 Issue
The online headlines from the January 2006 issue of Radio magazine.
Cox Focus Groups Provide Insight to Multicast Tuning
The study shows that listeners would prefer to tune a new station at 120.7 instead of 100.7 HD2.
Westwood One Promotes Trautmann to SVP
Conrad Trautmann, CPBE, is now the senior vice president of engineering and technology. He continues to oversee all day-to-day engineering and operations responsibilities and adds oversight of all information technology.
Radio Alliance Created to Advance Rollout of HD Radio
Nine radio owners have partnered to accelerate the rollout of HD Radio by forming the HD Digital Radio Alliance
Boston Acoustics Ships Recepter Radio HD
The Recepter Radio HD is a compact, stereo radio receiver that can tune HD Radio signals including multicast signals.
Translantech Adds Remote Features to Ariane Sequel
Translantech has updated the operating system of its Ariane Sequel to version 1.03, which also allows the unit to be accessed through a Windows remote-control application.
Day Sequerra Achieves Ibiquity Certification for Model M2.0
A Radio magazine NAB2005 Pick Hit award winner, the M2.0 HD Radio modulation monitor can also decode multicast signals.
MSRC Releases Emergency Preparation Toolkit
The Model Vulnerability Assessment Checklists for radio, TV, cable operators and direct broadcast satellite operators are designed to assist broadcast outlets in preparing for emergencies.
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