Digital Radio Update - September 1, 2010
A NJ law firm looks for HD Radio lemons, UK analyst spins digital radio report, NAB says streaming too pricey and DRM+ demos at IFA.
Attorneys from Keefe Bartels seem be homing in on Web forum posts about poor performance from HD Radios included in high-end BMW and Jaguar OEM audio packages.
UK radio specialist and blogger Grant Goddard has released his own take on the data provided in the Ofcom document.
IBOC Across America
There are 25 stations in The Constitution State broadcasting 40 HD Radio channels.
Eye on IBOC
A month's worth of listening to 128kb/s stream for a couple hours each day would cost you $285 in additional bandwidth fees if you're on AT&T's bargain "Data Plus" wireless plan.
IFA attendees will get their first chance to experience broadcasts of 5.1 surround sound and text information services delivered via a VHF DRM+ digital air chain.
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