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CPB Targets IBOC Power Increase in Latest Fund Cycle
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) says it will give priority to those digital radio grant applicants seeking to boost their IBOC digital power levels in the current FY 2010-11 funding cycle. At the same time CPB also notes that it will continue to support complete digital conversion projects and other projects that facilitate the delivery of digital content, multicasting and other advanced digital radio services.
CPB has funded digital conversion of over 600 public radio transmitters to date.
All CPB eligible stations are eligible to apply for these grants. Visit the CPB website for more information.
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