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Category Archives: HD Radio
Cadillac becomes the first US auto manufacturer to include HD Radio technology…but will anyone listen?
On the heels of recent announcements from both Hyundai and Mazda, each stating they would expand HD Radio in select car models in 2012 and 2013, Cadillac said today they will become the first US car manufacturer to include HD … finish reading Cadillac becomes the first US auto manufacturer to include HD Radio technology…but will anyone listen?
In last week’s post about iHeartRadio I focused much of my criticism on the sound quality of the service, or lack thereof. Since the debut of the compact disc in the 1980s digital has become nearly synonymous with good sound … finish reading The bumpy road traveled by digital audio
Catch up on stories you might have missed from the past week in radio. Dirty Money Talk radio’s biggest names are paid millions of dollars to “use a script, outline or set of talking points,” according to a new report. … finish reading The Past Week In Radio
This week Bloomberg reported that Microsoft will introduce no new versions of its
As we have been reporting over the past several months, KTRU, the student radio station at Rice University, has been fighting a proposed sale to University of Houston that was first announced in August. Although University of Houston hopes to … finish reading KTRU Inks HD Deal with KPFT, Still Hopes to Halt Sale of Rice University Radio Station
Every day I watched the news reports and press releases from the just-ended 2011 Consumer Electronics Show hoping for some interesting radio news. Instead, what we got was mostly more of the same. You might call it CES 2010 2.0. … finish reading Radio at CES: Not much new under the sun
The annual Consumer Electronics Show kicks off this Thursday in Las Vegas. While all the biggest buzz around the show is in anticipation of new tablet competitors for Apple’s iPad, we can still expect to hear announcements of new radio … finish reading What’s in store for radio at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show
The Chicago White Sox just signed a new multiyear agreement with CBS Radio station WSCR-AM to broadcast the home team’s games. Normally this isn’t the sort of news we cover here at Radio Survivor, but the unique twist to this … finish reading Chicago White Sox to get their own HD Radio channel
I stand in awe at the sheer number of features the National Association of Broadcasters and its members want mandated on cell phones. First they’re proposing that Congress pass a law hotwiring an FM radio chip into every mobile. Broadcasters … finish reading Fear the mobile device mandate monster, now with HD Radio too!
One of the explanations bandied about around the internet lately for why HD Radio hasn’t seen much uptake with radio listeners is to compare it with the early days of FM radio. In essence some HD Radio defenders are arguing … finish reading HD Radio 2010 vs. FM Radio 1950