Overall industry revenues remain steady at $14.8 billion in 2013.
One goal of the plan: Preparing for the implementation of digital radio, and the resultant conversion of analog radio to digital, while maintaining stability in the radio marketplace
The major reception improvement will be on the Autobahn between Munich and Stuttgart.
A reception will be held following the membership meeting on Tuesday at the convention.
Now that the national network is complete, work has begun on the regional networks.
Submissions are being accepted until May 9, 2014.
The latest effort will provide DBA+ coverage in about 260 tunnels throughout the country.
The event will be held March 26-27, 2014 in London.
Some love it, some hate it, but it sparked healthy debates from both sides.
NewBay Media has an opening for the editor of a premier broadcast technology magazine and brand.
The idea comes from a report presented during the "Radio is Digital" event taking place in Munich.
Broadcast's one-to-many and battery efficiency of radio chips in cellphones are cited as the key strengths to the hybrid approach.
More than 120 participants focused on the opportunities offered by the current rollout of digital radio to India.
The site could cover as many as 4.66 million listeners.
The event will be held March 6, 2014.
In a recent column, Struble says the trends toward broad connectivity and a tremendously competitive audio market are accelerating.
The OK2TALK campaign won the award for Best Video and/or Podcast Program at the 2014 PR News Nonprofit Awards.
Sales of DAB+ radios in cars in 2013 exceeded that of 2012 by a factor of five.
The report says 2.65 million jobs are attributable to commercial broadcast stations.
The effort aims to educate those involved in tower climbing and will include public service announcements, paid advertising, earned media efforts, social media and collaboration with State Wireless Associations.
The test trial is running with a DRM+ transmitter operating on 97.0MHz with a power of 500W ERP.
The finalists will be honored and winners announced at the Radio Luncheon, where Yahoo tech columnist David Pogue will present a keynote address.
Topics of discussion will include the spectrum incentive auction, ownership regulation, radio revitalization and retransmission consent.
On the heels of Samsung announcing support o RadioDNS on several phones, the digital radio blogger explains how it can benefit radio stations.
Among the freshman exhibitors: AMD-Advanced Micro Devices, Clearleap, Fujitsu Semiconductor America, Giga Entertainment Media, Siemens Convergence Creators, This Technology and Ustream.
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