Audemat-Aztec has signed a contract with Clear Channel for the delivery of 400 licenses of the IP2Choice V2 software.
Alchemea College of Audio Engineering recently invited Bob Heil to London as a guest lecturer.
Agere Systems, Coding Technologies and Fraunhofer Institute showcased their MPEG Surround audio compression technique at the Audio Engineering Society's 121st show Oct. 6 through Oct. 8.
SES Americom is surveying all radio network users of AMC-8 to determine the condition of all AMC-8 satellite dishes in use.
Buckley Radio, a Top 50 radio broadcasting company that owns 20 stations and the WOR Radio Network, will begin using the Portable People Meter (PPM) for audience measurement in a multi-year agreement with Arbitron for its audience measurement services.
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Sirius Satellite Radio ended the third quarter with 5,119,308 subscribers, 135 percent above third quarter 2005 ending subscribers of 2,173,920.
APT and Shure have signed a licensing agreement for APT's new audio algorithm, Apt-x Live.
Promo Only MPE is now servicing 10,000 registered users with 25,000 tracks to radio stations for more than 600 record labels and recording more than 500,000 individual downloads through the Promo Only system
In an effort to remain on the air during emergency situations, Clear Channel Satellite Services has purchased Barix's Instreamer, Exstreamer and Barionet products to connect to its radio towers in the southern United States.
With help from the Mississippi Office of Homeland Security, 30 Mississippi radio stations have installed Global Security Systems' First Alert System to deliver emergency alerts and enhanced RDS data to first responders and listeners.
Bid4spots, an online auction for unsold radio ad inventory, has reached the $2 million milemarker on its first anniversary.
Radio One, the seventh largest radio broadcasting company in the United States, has purchased Harris transmitters for its third round of HD Radio conversions.
Digigram's HF series of sound cards have been submitted to Microsoft Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) for testing.
Continental Lensa is the first licensed HD Radio broadcast equipment manufacturer outside of North America.
HD Radio broadcasters across the country will begin new promotions this winter by giving away thousands of new radios.
Bonneville's WTOP in Washington, DC, Clear Channel's WLW in Cincinnati and WBUR in Boston have chosen 25-Seven's Audio Time Manager (ATM).
Liquid Compass launched its Ad Sales Division today. This newest offering for Liquid Compass clients aggregates unsold streaming ad inventory and matches it with national advertisers seeking local radio ad placements.
Moby in the Morning and other KFXR Cowboy 1190 AM programs will broadcast live all day Wednesday and Thursday at the NAB Radio Show.
BIA Financial Network has acquired Oklahoma City-based Digital Information Network (DIN), a provider of weather and alerting desktop applications.
Broadcast Electronics, Kenwood, Entercom, CBS Radio, Clear Channel and others are participating in what is being called an international plugfest. The goal is to implement a new standard for enriching RBDS text.
Liquid Compass has launched a new Managed Services Division to manage all aspects of its customers' media websites and in-stream ad scheduling
Peavey Electronics has licensed Ethersound networking technology for use in professional audio and communications products.
Yamaha has licensed the Ethersound networking technology to use in its products.
Nautel has completed a major expansion of its operations, increasing overall manufacturing capacity by nearly 40 percent.
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