iBiqity, CMJ Sponsor Contest Entrants to International Radio Festival

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Zurich - Jun 4, 2013 - The International Radio Festival (IRF) launched the 2nd annual Search for Best College Radio Disk Jockey, and this year the contest will expand to include Canada. HD Radio developer iBiquity Digital and CMJ are teaming to send one college radio disk jockey to perform "live" at the 4th International Radio Festival in Zurich, Switzerland, Sept. 4-8, 2013.

The Campus Radio Competition for Best Radio Disk Jockey is open to all college radio disk jockeys in the United States and Canada who submit a radio show for consideration by the competition deadline of July 15, 2013.

The International Radio Festival is a four-day celebration of global radio that brings hundreds of radio professionals together to network and share formats and audience preferences. DJs from over 30 countries will convene at the festival to broadcast their contemporary radio shows live.

Entrants can upload their shows to mixcloud.com, an inaugural partner of the IRF.

Competition details: www.mixcloud.com/competitions/IRF-US-Canada-Campus-Radio-2013/.

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