Digital Radio Update - July 21, 2010

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UK says DAB is on course, World DMB submits new Travel Information standards, and CBS reorganizes


New UK Government: Nation's Digital Radio Plan Remains on Course

UK Culture Minister says FM won't die, but that a national analog shutdown is still possible by 2015.

New Travel Information Standards for European Digital Radio Platforms

New standards are under adoption for carriage of traffic information via digital radio.


CBS Pulls Web Audio Content Together with Radio.Com

The new CBS radio player platform combines a broad array of content and functionality.

Ford Featuring HD Radio Receivers in 2011 Edge Model

HD Radio Alliance will help Ford push new HD Radio receivers in 2011 Edge model line.

IBOC Across America

IBOC by State: Massachusetts (July 2010)

There are 42 stations in the Bay State broadcasting 69 HD Radio channels.


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