Currents Headlines from the April 2009 Issue
The online headlines from the April 2009 issue of Radio magazine.
Audemat Group acquires APT Broadcast Codec Division
APT Licensing will continue on its own developing and licensing the Apt-x family algorithms.
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Broadcast Electronics Turns 50
The company was founded on June 18, 1959, and introduced its first product: the first broadcast cart machine.
Cox Enterprises Looks to Acquire Remaining Public Stake in Cox Radio
Cox Enterprises' interest is in acquiring the shares of Cox Radio held by the minority shareholders and it has no interest in a disposition of its controlling interest in Cox Radio.
NAB Convention Tips from a Veteran
With 15 years of convention experience behind him, Kent Kramer shares some tips on making the most of the convention.
HD Radio Multicasts Reaches 1,000 Stations
WODS-FM HD2 in Boston, owned by CBS, is the 1,000th HD Radio multicast with the launch of Soft Hits - Love Songs
BIA: Radio Industry Revenues Expected To Remain Low in 2009
Small and mid-size markets are performing better.
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