Digital Radio Update - September 15, 2010

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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.


EPG Coming to UK DAB

DAB EPG is designed to allow listeners to view weekly program schedules on compatible DAB radio displays, allowing them to browse, select and bookmark selections.

BBC Tests Ultra-High-Quality Streaming

The experimental webcast, dubbed PromsXHQ, features performances made available without the use of multiband audio processing.


A Remote for Your Home Audio Network? There's an App for that!

A new app provides a GUI interface that acts as a full remote control, selecting music source as well as volume, play, pause, love/ban and EQ settings.

XM-5 Bird Prepares for Orbit

The Loral-built XM-5 satellite is reportedly scheduled for an orbital slot of 85 degrees west.


WorldDMB releases Global Eureka 147 Update

WorldDMB boasts of steady growth in DAB+ listening in Australia, the long awaited launch of DAB+ in Germany, as well as pilot tests of DAB+ scheduled in four Italian cities later this year.

IBOC Across America

IBOC by State: Hawaii (September 2010)

There are 6 stations in The Aloha State broadcasting 10 HD Radio channels.


Fraunhofer Demos Video via DRM at IBC 2010

Diveemo is designed to carry small-format MP4 video to compatible DRM radio displays.

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