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Ibiquity Updates 2010 Station Pricing
Columbia, MD - Feb 8, 2010 - Ibiquity Digital announced its 2010 pricing program for station licensing. The new plan includes reduced license fees and expanded payment options intended to simplify radio broadcasters' migration to digital.
The new pricing model offers broadcasters three different options. Stations pay a one-time license fee to broadcast digitally on their main channel:
1. Payment in full with signed contract: $10,500
2. Invoice next business month standard net 30 terms: $11,000
3. 12 automatic electronic payments: $12,500 ($1,042/month)
Ibiquity says that approximately one new HD Radio station goes on the air every three days. Additional information on licensing is online at ibiquity.com/broadcasters/licensing.
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