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WASHINGTON -- NAB released a statement today applauding an agreement between iBiquity Digital Corporation and NPR concerning an optional power increase for FM radio stations utilizing HD Radio technology.

Commenting on the iBiquity-NPR announcement, NAB Executive Vice President Dennis Wharton said:

"NAB is encouraged by this consensus agreement of iBiquity and NPR for optional increased digital power for FM HD Radio stations. We urge the FCC t...

Blanket 6 dB increase, interference safeguards

recommended to FCC; higher power levels possible

 

November 5, 2010, Washington, DC; iBiquity Digital Corporation and NPR announced an agreement for managing an HD Radio™ power increase that will significantly improve reception of HD Radio™ signals. The two organizations are jointly presenting their recommendations to the FCC today and encouraging the Commission to move to adopt the power inc...


Swedesboro, NJ – July 29, 2008 In Car Experts Inc. (ICE), a group of the nation’s leading mobile electronics retailers, has created a Strategic Marketing Alliance with iBiquity Digital Corporation, the developer and licenser of HD Radio technology, the only digital system approved by the Federal Communications Commission for digital AM and FM broadcasting in the United States.  Continuing its goal of providing valuable retailer s...

What:               The debut of Bob Struble’s online column “Thoughts on Radio’s Digital Future,” where he discusses important issues on radio broadcasting’s upgrade from analog to digital broadcasting. Struble is planning new columns monthly.



In his premiere column, Struble writes about the status of the HD Radio rollout, the comprehensive digital broadcasting infrastructure that has been built as well as the wide availability of more than 60...


Affordable Home, Office and Automotive Units Now Available from Coby, iLuv, JVC, Pioneer, Radiosophy and Sony

Columbia, Maryland - July 9, 2008 - iBiquity Digital Corporation, the developer of digital HD RadioT technology for AM and FM broadcasting, today announced that the all-important $100 price point for HD Radio receivers has been smashed. The new under $100 HD Radio devices from Coby, iLuv, JVC, Pioneer, Radiosophy and Sony will...