Terrestrial repeaters have been authorized to operate in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau and Honolulu.
Entune is designed to tap into a user's smartphone to deliver a number of online communication, navigation and media services, as well as specialized apps.
CBS Interactive Music Group's local and national sales force and its sellers representing Last.fm in the United Kingdom and Germany will be able to target advertiser's video campaigns across ToneFuse Music's websites.
The audio compression technology provides a stereo, wireless audio path for consumer devices.
Sonodyne, founded in the late 1960s, will initially offer self-powered studio nearfield monitors.
Triton will provide more than 750 media brands with Daily Deals to increase listener engagement.
ISO 9001 requirements are among the strictest of the approximately 13,000 standards established by the organization and serve as a model for quality assurance in all facets of a business.
Cooley joined CNET in 1995 and provides commentary that combines the perspectives of consumers, innovators and the financial markets.
The deal covers the bench-top spectrum analyzer product lines that Aeroflex has offered under its own brand.
The larger location supports the company's growth, streamlines workflow and increases service training.
The HD Radio Technology showcase at the 2011 CES featured the latest consumer products for home, portable and auto users.
The aftermarket solution offers subscription-free Internet radio that is controlled through a vehicle's stereo system.
Pandora will interface with the Toyota Entune system.
Mark Levy resigns from the RAB and joins Mike Mahone, former RAB executive vice president, to form the company.
Additions include HD Radio FM multicasts and iTunes Tagging.
Dave Hill Designs' new current product line is comprised of the Europa I and the RA.
Three business divisions will target the markets of consumer electronics, professional systems and installed sound.
The country's first multiplex is expected to switch on in the first half of 2011.
The website will be a source of information on the future of digital radio for automakers, consumer device makers and radio broadcasters.
The Fall 2010 survey will be the last offered by the company.
Representatives from Minnesota Public Radio, New York Public Radio, Dial-Global Networks and Calhoun Communications were among those in attendance.
The website includes information on market coverage, latest news, coverage maps, and history of the BTC.
Citadel Media will provide advertising sales representation for over-the-air and in-stream inventory of select Abacast customers, creating an additional revenue source.
The webinars run from December 2010 through March 2011.
Commercial radio group owners Global, Bauer, and UKRD turned down a flight of promotional spots touting the advantages of DAB radio.
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