Currents Headlines from the May 2005 Issue


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The online headlines from the May 2005 issue of Radio magazine.


ERI Unveils Anechoic Chamber
The 16,000 cubic foot chamber is believed to be the largest devoted to broadcast antenna applications.

Citadel Joins Leading Broadcast Groups in Accelerated HD Radio Rollout
The sixth largest radio group joins the coalition of 21 broadcasters that recently announced accelerated plans to convert stations to HD Radio technology.

Digital Radio
Express Signs Armstrong, Bext
The two companies have signed with DRE to be authorized dealers for DRE's FM Extra.

Several HD Radio Products Debut at NAB2005
ADA, Polk, Radiosophy, Rotel, Sanyo and Yamaha are among the companies with new receivers.

NRSC Approves Digital Radio Standard
The group has approved an IBOC standard for the United States and called it NRSC-5.

Dolby Pro Logic II Approved for HD Radio
Dolby Pro Logic II decoders are already installed in many car audio systems and A/V receivers.

Stull Promoted to VP of Ibiquity
With his new title of vice president of broadcast business development, Stull will continue to drive the licensing and conversion of HD Radio stations and commercialization of broadcast equipment.

McConnell Rejoins the Harris Team
He returns as district sales manager of the western region after three years with SAS.


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