An independent survey considers the role processing plays in a station's competitive edge.
The system centralizes data across multiple media sales platforms including television, radio, digital and sports marketing.
MPEG Surround and HE-AAC audio codecs will be added to Triton Digital's streaming platform.
Zokem will operate as Arbitron Mobile.
The transaction completes the ownership transfer of 32 radio stations in nine markets, including San Francisco, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Kansas City.
The transaction is expected to close in the fourth quarter 2011.
The top 5 percent heaviest users will have their data rates reduced.
Ford is dropping built-in CD changers in favor of a USB port.
The award was established to honor companies that recognize associates as their greatest asset.
The IQOYA*LINKs were supplied as part of a radio in a box project commissioned by the U.S. government for armed forces in Afghanistan.
WideOrbit's automation systems will now automatically adjust their live playlists based on audience voting results from LDR in real time.
The new Ku Band carrier allows the same inexpensive Pro1 and Pro4 XDS receivers to receive programming using a much smaller dish.
The Queen's Award for Enterprise is the highest official UK award for British business.
The Aphex Engine works in real-time, restoring and enhancing music, voice and effects individually.
The Solaris Mobile radio network will give Italians access dozens of new digital radio channels broadcasting music, news, entertainment and sports, with continuity of reception across the entire country.
The new members will also work in a new facility.
The move more than doubles Transaudio Group's floor space, adding nearly 3,000 square feet.
The service has added 150,000 members since April 2010.
The clinic will feature Grammy Award winning veteran sound engineer Leslie Ann Jones.
The multi-year agreements with LKCM Radio Group and Aurora Media cover Jelli 96.7 (KYLI-FM) and Jelli 94.5 (KXLI-FM).
Both models will include iTunes tagging.
Plans for the transaction were announced in May.
Members of the Consortium include Microsoft, the BBC, British Telecom, BSkyB, Nokia and Samsung, among others.
This allows users to provide added streaming options without the added cost of purchasing a third-party AAC+ encoder.
The service will compete with other content delivery networks such as Akamai and Limelight Networks.
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