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Monday, May 14, 2007

Competition Alert: HD Radio Continues Roll-Out

HD Radio Now Broadcasting In All Top 100 Markets
May 11, 2007, www.fmqb.com

The HD Digital Radio Alliance celebrates a milestone today, as 15 new markets begin broadcasting in HD. This completes the rollout of HD Digital Radio to all of the top 100 markets in under 18 months. The new markets are: Gainsville, FL; Charleston, SC; Greenville, SC; Columbia, SC; Daytona Beach, FL; Des Moines, IA; Spokane, WA; Mobile, AL; Wichita, KS; Madison, WI; Colorado Springs, CO; Melbourne, FL; Tri Cities, TN; Lakeland-Winter Haven, FL and Lexington, KY.
“The HD Radio Alliance came together sixteen months ago and has made significant strides in that time culminating with the achievement of the top 100 markets rollout,” said Peter Ferrara, President/CEO of the HD Digital Radio Alliance. "None of this would have been possible without the consistent support of America’s radio broadcasters, whose vision and leadership have brought us to this meaningful milestone. Also crucial to the effort have been our partners; including retailers, and device and auto manufacturers. This notable achievement resulted from a collaborative industry effort, giving the consumer the opportunity to discover HD Radio virtually anywhere in the country."
“The HD Radio and HD2 multicast formats selections that the Alliance has helped to allocate will broaden the horizons of radio, enabling us to provide unique programming and compelling content, such as Deep Trax, Live Rock, Irish music and other new, exciting formats,” said Peter Smyth, Greater Media President/CEO. “The additional channels will also give young artists the opportunity and ability to be heard on the airwaves."...read more: here

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1 Comments:

  • “HD Radio on the Offense”

    “But after an investigation of HD Radio units, the stations playing HD, and the company that owns the technology; and some interviews with the wonks in DC, it looks like HD Radio is a high-level corporate scam, a huge carny shill.”

    http://www.eastbayexpress.com/2007-03-07/music/hd-radio-on-the-offense

    “4/4/07 - FCC: Market to Decide Fate of HD Radio”

    http://www.diymedia.net/archive/0407.htm

    “Sirius, XM, and HD: Consumer interest reality check”

    “While interest in satellite radio is diminishing, interest in HD shows no signs of a pulse.”

    http://www.hear2.com/2007/02/sirius_xm_and_h.html

    "U.S. automakers not jumping into HD Radio"

    http://www.reuters.com/article/ousiv/idUSN2632750220070427?pageNumber=1

    "Bridge Ratings: Sweat the cell phone and don't count on HD"

    "In other words, Bridge says interest in HD radio is decreasing even as your station works hard to increase awareness. What can I possibly add to this honest and bleak picture that I haven't said before? My well-intended warnings about HD's "premature death" seem to be rearing their ugly heads almost two years later."

    http://www.hear2.com/2007/04/bridge_ratings_.html#comments

    "But is 'availability' of HD radios the problem?"

    "And one broadcaster reported to me that he asked an iBiquity rep how many HD radios had actually been sold as of the most recent accounting. And this was his answer: 150,000."

    http://www.hear2.com/2007/04/but_is_availabi.html#comments

    "Is Pay-for-Play HD Content on Horizon?"

    http://rwonline.com/pages/s.0049/t.4028.html

    "HD Radio Effort Undermined by Weak Tuners in Expensive Radios"

    http://www.mp3newswire.net/stories/7002/hd-radio2.html

    "The FCC Tunes Into HD Radio--And May Turn Off Distant AM"

    http://blog.washingtonpost.com/fasterforward/2007/03/the_fcc_greenlights_hd_radio_n.html

    “RW Opinion: Rethinking AM’s future”

    “Making AM-HD work well as a long-term investment is seen as an expensive and risky challenge for most stations and their owners. There is the significant downside of potential new interference to some of their own AM analog listeners as well as listeners of adjacent-channel stations.”

    http://www.rwonline.com/pages/s.0044/t.557.html

    By Anonymous PocketRadio, at May 14, 2007 11:25 PM  


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