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Friday, November 18, 2005



Friday, 11 November 2005
Digital radio still hard to hear
John Borland writes: "In most major cities in the United States, the future of radio is already on the air. But hardly anyone is listening. ¶ The problem is, hardly anyone can. More than 570 stations around the county are now broadcasting in the new digital radio format, but only a relative handful of actual digital radio receivers have been sold, or are even available to consumers who want to buy them. ¶ With competitive pressures growing from satellite radio and the iPod, radio companies had hoped that this year's shopping season would finally see a significant number of high-definition radios hitting the market. But several major manufacturers have pushed back releases until 2006, likely dooming these hopes. ..." Link: CNET News.com.
Friday, 11 November 2005 at 15:43 in Digital Radio Comments (0)

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