Google Ad Sense Adds Compatibility with Several Systems 

Google Ad Sense for Audio is now supported by commercial systems from Broadcast Electronics, Enco Systems and LAN International.

Linear Acoustic, Telos Merge 

Linear Acoustic, an audio distributing and processing company for multichannel TV sound,

Arrakis Forms New Company: Graham Studios 

Arrakis Systems, a manufacturer of radio furniture, has created a new, independent company, called Graham Studios

51 Vehicle Models to Offer HD Radio by 2009 

Nine brands and 51 models of vehicles will offer HD Radio receivers in the next two years,

BE, MDO UK Partner on IP STL 

Broadcast Electronics (BE) unveiled its new studio-to-transmitter product for live audio over IP networks.

DG Fast Channel to Acquire Point.360's Advertising Distribution 

DG Fast Channel, a provider of digital media services to the advertising and broadcast industries, has entered into definitive agreements with Point.360 to acquire Point.360's ads distribution operations.

WZLX is On-air with MPEG Surround 

WZLX Boston launched its 5.1 surround service this week on the station's main HD Radio channel.

Audioscience, Axia Partnership Produces Livewire Adapter 

Audioscience and Axia Audio announced a partnership in January of this year. Four months later, Audioscience will debut the results of that venture at NAB2007; the ASI6585 Axia Livewire PCI adapter.

NDS Provides Conditional Access for HD Radio 

NDS has debuted NDS Radioguard, the first conditional access system for HD Radio.

APT Releases Guide to IP Audio Networking 

With so many broadcasters now considering IP as a viable and cost effective means of transporting audio, APT has joined the debate by publishing a booklet entitled A Practical Guide To IP Audio Networking.

Middle Atlantic Publishes White Paper on Power 

Middle Atlantic Products has released a white paper titled Integrating Electronic Equipment and Power Into Rack Enclosures. The paper is available for download from

BE HD Radio Transmitters Reach New Benchmarks 

Broadcast Electronics (BE) reports that its line of solid-state FM HD Radio transmitters now exceed the previous benchmarks for output power and spectral performance.

Classical Public Radio Chooses Neural-THX Surround 

Classical Public Radio Network (CPRN), with more than one million music listeners, has begun nationwide broadcasting and global Internet streaming of 5.1 Neural-THX Surround-encoded classical recordings through its 60-station network.

Wheatstone, Enco Partner to Provide AoIP 

Wheatstone AoIP drivers will ship to Enco Systems

Ibiquity Approves Hong Kong HD Radio Receiver Testing 

Ibiquity Digital has approved the Intertek Test Group, Hong Kong as a certification test facility for HD Radio receivers.

First European HD Radio Forum Held in Germany 

More than 70 industry executives representing the automotive, broadcast, data content and IC industries attended the first-ever HD Radio European Forum held recently in Cologne, Germany.

EBU Taps APT Oslo For Surround Pilot 

The European Broadcast Union (EBU) has struck a deal with Belfast-based codec manufacturer APT to use the company's Worldnet Oslo units as part of a pilot scheme designed to develop surround sound broadcasts.

Hyundai, Jaguar to Offer HD Radio Receivers 

Hyundai and Jaguar have committed to offering HD Radio receivers in upcoming models of their automobiles.

NDS to Showcase Conditional Access for HD Radio 

NDS will unveil its conditional access capability for HD Radio at NAB2007

C3SR Study: XM-Sirius Merger Constitutes a Monopoly 

The C3SR is a group dedicated to protecting the interests of the more than 14 million satellite radio subscribers in the United States.

Clear Channel Adds Music Channels to Mspot 

Music programming from 10 Clear Channel stations can now be heard on Mspot's radio services.

Symetrix Celebrates 30 Years 

Symetrix traces its roots to the ideas of company founder Dane Butcher in the early 1970s, while he worked on the East and West Coasts as a recording engineer.

Barnabas Road Media Launches Internet Radio Survival Forum 

The forum was created as an information exchange following the Copyright Royalty Board's announcement of new steaming royalty rates that are retroactive to 2006.

Breaking Moore's Law 

A recent Reuters article poses the possibility that Moore's Law (technically, it's an axiom, maxim or postulate) is on the verge of being broken when it comes to memory.

Media Monitors Hits 700 Client Mark 

Media Monitors has surpassed the 700 client mark, which includes radio

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