Digital Radio Update - Feb 16, 2011
DRM+ begins UK trials, iBiquity teams with Imagination Technologies, pureplay webcasters making waves, European skies fertile for satellite radio and Android may be the answer for SiriusXM.
Edinburgh has become the latest venue for a DRM+ system trial sponsored by the DRM Consortium.
iBiquity wants to further reduce form factors and power consumption of HD Radio devices while improving other capabilities such as content management and display graphics.
Last.fm is scrapping its ad-support model and Pandora announces $100 million IPO.
At least two organizations are now quietly jockeying for the pole position.
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SiriusXM has decided to integrate a variant of the Android OS into its entire product family.
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