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Radio Sherpa Agrees to Promote HD Radio Multicast Stations
Las Vegas - Jan 8, 2006 - Ibiquity Digital has signed a marketing agreement with Radio Sherpa to increase awareness of the new content available from HD Radio multicasting stations. Radio Sherpa's Internet-based guide for HD Radio broadcasting (www.radiosherpa.com) is currently available in Boston and New York and will be expanding nationwide in the coming months.
The Radio Sherpa is a real-time electronic program guide (EPG) and search engine for HD Radio broadcasts and Internet radio. It allows radio listeners to find songs and programs. The company has its origins in the MIT Media Lab and the original Napster.
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