Brent Cobb, iBiquity Form Promotional Partnership


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Columbia, MD - Jan 14, 2014 - iBiquity Digital has joined a promotional partnership with Nashville Singer-Songwriter Brent Cobb, whose songs have been recorded by country stars Luke Bryan, Little Big Town, David Nail, Frankie Ballard, Kellie Pickler, The Eli Young Band, and others.

Cobb's 2014 tour will create exclusive HD Radio fan experiences including show tickets, meet and greets, private performances, HD Radio product giveaways and copies of Cobb's self-titled EP.

"I'm proud to be a part of a team who appreciates the artist/fan experience as much as we do. HD Radio broadcasting is good times for modern music," said Cobb.

The HD Radio and Brent Cobb promotional partnership is also designed to engage local HD Radio stations in creative promotional opportunities. Participating stations will receive tickets and the exclusive opportunity for their listeners to join Brent in the up close fan experience. In addition to on-air, the program will also include social media interaction, creative promotional photos and more.




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