Currents Headlines from the June 2005 Issue


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


WUSN Chicago Begins Continuous HD Radio Multicast
WUSN-FM launched HD-2 "Chicago's Future Country" on May 12.

Amber Alerts via Cell Phone
Most carriers provide the service. Cell phone users can designate up to five Zip codes to monitor.

Armstrong Broadcast Plans Continue
On June 11, the anniversary of the first public demonstration of FM radio will be commemorated on 42.8MHz in Alpine, NJ. It will be simulcast on WFDU-FM on 89.1MHz

FCC Launches E-mail Consumer Information Registry
The expanded e-mail service will deliver customized information about the FCC's actions and related developments in telecommunications and other communications services.

NRSC Submits IBOC Standard to the FCC
On May 18, The NAB and CEA filed the NRSC-5 standard with the FCC.

APT Management Buys Out from SSL
Audio Processing Technology has secured significant equity and debt funding to enable the company to complete a management buyout from its former owner, Solid State Logic.


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