Ibiquity Launches AM, FM IBOC with Full Support 

IBOC has been designed to occur simultaneously with the station's existing analog transmission and within the existing spectrum allocation.

SAPRR Chooses Audemat's Goldeneagle 

Autoroute info 107.7MHz, SAPRR's traffic information service, is the largest and most extensive radio network in Europe.

DRM Presents Live Demonstrations at NAB 2002 

Members of the DRM Consortium will offer live demonstrations of the DRM system at their LVCC booths and will present a DRM technical paper during the convention.

Dielectric Communications Introduces New Warranty 

Effective April 1, 2002, orders for new products will carry a five-year warranty, and complete systems will be covered by a 10-year warranty.

Sirius Satellite inducted into Hall of Fame 

Sirius Satellite Radio will be inducted into the Space Foundation's Space Technology Hall of Fame.

Digigram Establishes Latin American Subsidiary 

This new office allows Digigram to continue serving this region and increase it customer service role.

Klotz Digital Awarded New Contracts 

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFM/RL), Radio Televisione Lombarda, Radio Forth and WestSound are among the list of groups buying equipment.

Sonifex Net-Log Makes its Debut into Mexico 

NRM , which has six radio stations, three on FM and three on AM, was looking for a reliable system capable of storing all-day transmissions from each of its radio stations.

Richardson and Rohde & Schwarz Sign Distribution Agreement 

Broadcast Richardson Business Unit will handle all of the marketing, sales and technical support of Rohde & Schwarz products on an exclusive basis in Mexico.

XM Hits High Subscriber Mark 

XM has a target goal of 350,000 subscribers by the end of 2002.

Shure Establishes Subsidiary to Sell Direct in Germany 

Shure Distribution will be provide customer support, order fulfillment, and post-sales support.

Electro-Voice Celebrates 75th Anniversary 

EV was first recognized for the invention of the humbucking coil in 1934 and the noise-canceling microphone in 1942.

Stardraw and RCI Hammer Out PanelBuilder 

PanelBuilder will be hosted on the RCI Custom website and allows registered users to design, specify and purchase custom panels using.

Two Philly Streamers Join Arbitron PPM Trial 

WDEL-AM (1150) and WSTW-FM (93.7) are using separate Arbitron encoders to differentiate over-the-air audio from Internet-streamed audio.

Digibid Teams With Ebay 

The agreement will enable manufacturers, dealers and distributors of products to use Digibid's platform to reach Ebay's 42 million registered users.

WireReady NSI to Offer Free Newsroom System 

Stations will qualify for and receive free newsroom software licenses when they purchase Salesready32 telephone sales, client tracking and customer service software.

Mackie Teams with Peak Audio 

Mackie has reached a licensing agreement with Peak Audio to permit the incorporation of Peak Audio's CobraNet technology into current and future Mackie, EAW and RCF products.

Arbitron Updates RADAR Network Service 

The service currently produces its estimates using a 12-month, 12,000-person telephone survey in combination with the industry-standard commercial clearance collection system.

Harris Awarded FAA Contract 

The contract addition provides hardware and software maintenance and continuing support of the program through September 2004.

Denon and Marantz To Merge 

The transaction is expected to close by May 2002.

'.DJ' Domains Launched 

Pricing for domain names with the .DJ extension is similar to the pricing for domain names bearing the .TV extension.

Patriot Antenna Systems Acquires ADL 

With this acquisition, Patriot Antenna Systems now carries more than 30 different types of feeds for both circular and linear polarities in both C and Ku frequencies.

Musicmatch Radio MX Marks 100,000 Subscribers 

In addition, the service is sustaining a single-digit monthly churn rate.

RDA Systems Completes HBC LA Project 

The new broadcast facility houses a 30-rack technical operations center, four control rooms, a newsroom, and seven production studios.

Local plans for XM? 

The fact that XM is developing its own technology is perfectly legal and carries no ill intent or deception.

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