Radio One has agreed to encode its radio stations in Philadelphia and Los Angeles for the Arbitron Portable People Meter (PPM) audience measurement services.
The shareholders of Sennheiser Electronic and Rolf Meyer, president marketing and sales and speaker of the executive committee, unanimously have decided to part ways.
THX and Neural Audio are joining forces to develop and market surround sound technology to content producers and consumer electronics manufacturers.
Ibiquity Digital has granted Emerson Radio a technology license to manufacture and sell HD Radio receivers to North American electronics consumers.
Microsoft and Clear Channel Radio have executed a collaborative agreement to build a nationwide data delivery service using HD Radio technology, providing personalized and localized content to a variety of HD Radio receivers.
BMW has become the first automotive firm to offer a factory-installed digital HD Radio receiver as an option across its entire 2007 product line.
Broadcast Electronics (BE) has restructured its sales organization so that all BE regional sales managers will offer products from the BE studio and the RF product lines.
Gcap Media has launched its Mi-Xfm service, which is described as a personalized online player branded by parent station Xfm and Microsoft's Xbox in a new cooperative project launched in December for UK listeners
Jefferson Public Radio (JPR), owner of 21 public radio stations in Oregon and Northern California, will exclusively install Harris HD Radio transmitters and the Flexstar family of HD Radio products for its FM and AM stations.
Research firm In-Stat has released a study that indicates that the conversion from analog radio to digital radio is well under way around the world and gaining momentum rapidly.
In Spring 1996, Arbitron surveyed 262 syndicated radio markets. In Spring 2007, Arbitron will measure 301 markets.
Emmis-owned WQHT, Hot 97 in New York, and Amp'd Mobile have entered into a strategic co-promotional partnership to stream Hot 97 to Amp'd Mobile customers.
The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), the independent, public authority that regulates and supervises broadcasting and telecommunications in Canada, has revised its policy for digital radio broadcasting to consider the HD Radio in-band on-channel (IBOC) system.
Rapco International and Horizon Music are merging to form the Rapcohorizon Company.
David Bock, designer and co-founder of Soundelux Microphones, is acquiring the rights to the Soundelux Microphone company.
Crown International established a Strategic Quality Team earlier this year and recently upgraded its factory to include a reliability test lab.
Broadcast Electronics (BE) and Metro Radio in cooperation with Ibiquity Digital conducted the first HD Radio demonstration at the ITU Telecom World 2006 conference this week
Google has been integrating the Dmarc advertising system into Google Adwords, and the Internet company has begun a U.S. beta test of Google Audio Ads with a small group of Adwords advertisers.
The Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) has tapped Focal Press, a division of Elsevier Publishing, to be the official publisher of the society.
Russ Berger Design Group (RBDG) has completed the design of television and radio studios at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas (UNLV) as part of a new building for the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs.
The HD Digital Radio Alliance, a consortium of U.S. radio companies that came together one year ago to accelerate the rollout of HD Radio, has announced a renewed plan to promote the technology.
XM Satellite Radio announced that American Honda Motor has agreed to factory install its satellite-radio service.
D&M Holdings has signed an agreement to acquire Philips Sound Solutions (PSS) of Royal Philips Electronics.
Burk Technology recently completed a factory training session on its remote control systems.
Denver-based analyst Kit Spring of Stifel Nicolaus believes that a merger between Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio is likely to occur within the next 18 months.
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