Axia IP University Slated for NAB Appearance 

The event will be held Sunday at the NAB Show.

Mercedes-Benz Adds to HD Radio Lineup 

Six more car models are added for 2010.

EDSA Launches Electrical Power Systems Webinars 

The first session -- How to Model a Power System -- will be held on March 31.

Enco Systems Expands System at Specs Howard 

Specs Howard has been serving the broadcast education field since 1970 and has been using Enco's DAD system to teach students since 1999.

HD Radio Multicasts Reaches 1,000 Stations 

WODS-FM HD2 in Boston, owned by CBS, is the 1,000th HD Radio multicast station.

Cox Enterprises Looks to Acquire Remaining Public Stake in Cox Radio 

Cox Enterprises' interest is in acquiring the shares of Cox Radio held by the minority shareholders and it has no interest in a disposition of its controlling interest in Cox Radio.

Broadcast Electronics Turns 50 

The company was founded on June 18, 1959, and introduced its first product: the first broadcast cart machine.

Audemat Group Acquires APT Broadcast Codec Division 

Previously, APT operated in two areas: APT Ltd for broadcast equipment and APT Licensing to license the Apt-x codec. APT Licensing will remain under the control of the historical shareholders.

Wireworks Celebrates 35 Years 

The company's roots began on Broadway and have since expanded over the past three decades into other markets including broadcast.

Iheartradio App Hits One Million Iphone downloads; Blackberry is Next 

Clear Channel, the company behind the service, also says that Iheartradio is growing an average of 13 percent per week since launch

Swedien Holds Critical Listening Workshop 

The event was geared toward enhancing the attendees' ability to critically analyze musical sounds on a continuing basis to further their skills in the technical aspects, performing and production of high-quality recorded music.

BMW Demos High-speed Broadcast Data Services 

The November demo, held in Philadelphia, showed the practical application of using HD Radio for the mobile feed.

BTX to Distribute Dataprobe Products in U.S. 

BTX will provide sales and support for the remote reboot and power management systems.

Arbitron Moves Corporate Headquarters to Maryland 

Michael Skarzynski, president and CEO wanted the company's research campus and company management executives to work in the same location.

Metro Traffic Activates Live Video Traffic Info  

The Traffic Land video provides Metro Traffic reporters access to more than 5,000 live video cameras.

Dielectric, Exir Broadcasting and Telecom Create Sales Partnership 

The agreement expands Dielectic's product line and allows Exir to sell Dielectric products.

Gap Broadcasting Signs for Arbitron Diaries in 17 Markets  

The agreement includes software services in all markets and monthly rolling-average reports in year-round markets.

Wired For Sound Records in the Field with Sadie LRX2 

The company runs radio junkets for various US television networks that are seeking to promote their new shows on radio.

Wizzard Media Announces Significant Advertising Partnership with Ando Media 

Non-intrusive advertisements will be stitched to the beginning, middle or end of participating audio podcast programming in the Wizzard network.

Axia, BGS Present Livewire University in Los Angeles 

SBE Chapter 47 will host the workshop on Feb. 27, 2009.

Verizon Hub Adds 14 Clear Channel Stations from Iheartradio 

These stations include music, sports, talk and the exclusive Verizon New Music Channel.

ABS, ASTI Form Strategic Alliance 

Advanced Broadcast Solutions and Antenna and Satellite Technology often found themselves contracted to work on the same projects, which spurred the partnership.

SSI Commemorates 10th Anniversary 

The national syndicator specializes in ad sales, affiliate sales, satellite distribution, NTR activities, subscription podcasting and related consulting services of branded radio programs.

Liberty Media Gives Boost to Sirius XM 

Liberty loans money to Sirius XM so the satcaster can repay convertible notes due Feb. 17, 2009.

Google Terminates Radio Ad Biz 

Google has decided that the effort is not working, so the company is dropping it. Google will also sell its radio automation business.

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