RCS is working with Nokia to roll out the Visual Radio experience to radio listeners and cell phone users worldwide.
APT announced a Licensing and Business Development Agreement with California-based Sierra Automated Systems.
Gepco International has added a New York warehouse to better serve its customers in the northeast region.
Ibiquity Digital's recent HD Radio Seminar in Shenzhen, China, held on the eve of the Hong Kong Electronics Fair, had to be expanded this year to accommodate increased demand from Asian component and product manufacturers.
The system integration allows Netia users to access Wideorbit traffic logs from within the Radio-Assist planning tools.
Sennheiser has unveiled a frequency finder tool that interfaces with the FCC TV broadcast database.
HD Radio University is designed to educate the retail sales people selling HD Radio products across the United States.
The HD Digital Radio Alliance, the joint initiative of radio broadcasters to accelerate consumer adoption of HD Digital Radio, has renewed the group's charter for a third year.
The building currently occupied by Harris in a northern suburb of Cincinnati is for sale.
Wideorbit has seen growth in 2007 in areas including station count, head count, product development and management of advertising revenue.
Ibiquity Digital reports that the demand for HD Radio receivers has resulted in a doubling of partner manufacturing capacity in Asia during the past year.
Targetspot and Pulse 360 will market each other's products to their respective advertiser bases. The partnership brings together two companies with a focus on technological innovations.
Axia Audio has tapped Broadcast Bionics of West Sussex, England as the UK distributor for Axia IP-Audio networking products.
Project Apollo, the joint initiative of Arbitron and The Nielsen Company, announced today that audience estimates to the radio commercials broadcast on the network and syndicated programs provided by Dial Global, Jones Media America, Premiere Radio Networks and Westwood One are now being...
Jones Media America has been awarded a three-year contract to serve as the exclusive Voodoovox In-Call Media sales representative for US-based radio and television broadcasters.
The movie The Brave One staring Jodie Foster taps Radio Systems for authenticity.
In the fall of 2006, Vu purchased the trademark and remaining inventory of Cable-up brand cables from the Teac Corporation.
The radio and recording industry's standard for digital music distribution, Play MPE announces in conjunction with Eco-Friendly CD recyclers, GreenDisk and The CD Recycling Center of America, a joint effort to help the music industry "go green."
CBS Radio, Clear Channel, Cumulus, Cox, Entercom and Greater Media are in the process of installing Itunes Tagging technology.
Loudspeaker brand M&K Sound has been taken over by a new team headed up by longtime M&K distributors Per Becher and Asger Bak.
Neural Audio demonstrated several technologies at the NAB Radio Show last week.
Targeted alerts and messages are delivered by satellite to FM facilities and can be received on Alert FM receivers and other mobile devices.
NDS has made its Radioguard system commercially available for HD Radio broadcasting.
Traffic.com, a NAVTEQ company, announced a three-year agreement with Texas Public Radio stations.
Broadcasters who want to discuss and learn more about IP-Audio can now visit the Axia online IP-Audio Forum
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