HD Radio Technical Standards Task Force Urges Consistency
Washington - Oct 3, 2011 - The HD Radio Alliance formed the HD Radio Technical Standards Task Force with the goal of identifying exactly what HD Radio broadcasters need to do to help deliver the kind of consistent experience needed to make HD Radio audio and data services as successful and competitive as they can be. Paul Brenner, president of the Broadcast Traffic Consortium, is co-chairing this Task Force along with Glynn Walden, CBS senior vice president, and their group is composed of leading engineering executives from the HD Radio Alliance membership.
The Task Force has identified eight operational priorities all digital radio broadcasters should strive to address, and its members believe that by implementing these procedures and services on all HD Radio stations, the industry will be able to ensure a high-quality and consistent listener experience across all stations, markets and groups. A brief summary of each of the eight items is as follows:
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