Digital Radio Update - Mar 16, 2011
DRM annual assembly tilts toward Asia, Australia's Parliament signs on with DAB+, a proposed CPB de-funding would hurt HD Radio, and Microsoft may orphan its ZuneHD.
Topics of discussion at the conference included the pending rollout of DRM across India and Russia.
The 12-channel multiplex signal is a locally boosted retransmission of the Canberra regional multiplex that signed on in July 2010.
Congressional proposal to de-fund the CPB could cut money available for HD Radio conversion project and research.
IBOC Across America
There are 52 stations in the Peach State broadcasting 81 HD Radio channels.
Microsoft may orphan its Zune HD media player.
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