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Currents Headlines from the September 2006 Issue
The online headlines from the September 2006 issue of Radio magazine.
WGUC-FM Begins 5.1 Broadcasting with Neural Surround
The Cincinnati classical music station features surround programming on the analog and main digital signals. Neural Surround embeds the surround detail in a format compatible with stereo and legacy surround sound formats.
Eicher Joins SAS
Cam Eicher takes over as the director of sales after five years with Logitek as its director of sales.
Sacks Promoted to VP of Axia Audio
Marty Sacks brings upper level management experience includes work with Telos, Systems and Electronics Research.
SBE Announces Election Results
The four officers were elected to second terms, and six board members were elected, five of which are serving renewed terms.
Polk Ships I-Sonic HD Radio Receiver
Polk began accepting pre-orders of the units last month and is now accepting general orders for the $599 unit.
Dielectric Hosts First FM Engineering Conference
Over a three-day period, Dielectric hosted several radio engineering executives at a coast-side facility in Maine to discuss the aspects of transmission, monitoring and maintenance of HD Radio.
18 Markets Added to HD Radio Multicast Roll-out
The new multicast markets are within the top 100 markets and range from Austin, TX, to Ft. Myers, FL.
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