Digital Radio Update - August 18, 2010
ABI sees digital radio prospects, WSTW nabs multicast award, hesitation on FM HD increase, EBU Digital Radio Conference, and satellite radio in France.
A report projects a total digital radio receiver base approaching 200 million units worldwide by 2015.
The award will be presented during the Radio Luncheon during the 2010 Radio Show in Washington, DC.
Radio Tech Check notes that so far, 86 stations have filed notice of operation at elevated digital carrier levels.
Session topics suggest Europe's broadcasters have resigned themselves to a model for radio delivery that involves a mix of digital options.
Onde Numerique intends to use the spectrum to launch a 50-channel subscription satellite radio service.
IBOC Across America
There are 42 stations in The Beaver State broadcasting 56 HD Radio channels.
Eye on IBOC
Media Daily News incorrectly interpreted some of the headline data in its synopsis of a new study of global digital radio technology being marketed by research firm ABI.
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