NAB Radio Show: Revenue Opportunities for HD Radio
Washington, DC - Sep 2, 2008 - The NAB Radio Show will include a panel discussion on how broadcasters can generate additional revenue from HD Radio channels. Titled HD Radio: From Novelty to Viable Commodity, the session will be held Sept. 19 in Austin, TX.
The panel, moderated by WHUR-FM's program director David Dickinson, will examine the challenges that stations face during the transition to digital, and money-making opportunities that can be derived once the transition has been completed. Panelists include:
David Dickinson (moderator), program director for WHUR-FM, Howard University
Paul Brenner, vice president of integrated technologies for Emmis Communications
Steve DeVries, product manager of Connected Services, Navteq
Jeff Littlejohn, executive vice president of distribution development, Clear Channel Radio
Ken Williams, program director, Ichannel.fm and Ichannel HD Radio network
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