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iBiquity Launches New HD Radioâ„¢ University for Broadcasters

Web Site to Help Broadcasters Capitalize on Technology iBiquity , the developer of digital Radioâ„¢ technology for and audio and data broadcasting, today announced the launch of Radio University for Broadcasters, a new interactive Web site designed for the broadcasting community. The site ““ http://www.hdradiouniversity.com/ ““ will serve as a comprehensive source for all facets of Radio technology. Complete with How-Tos, FAQs, course presentations and checklists, Radio University is updated daily with the latest information on receivers, technology breakthroughs, retail specials and general Radio . Broadcasters will find varied resources for practical needs like logos and signage, alongside a wide range of new marketing and promotion ideas that can be implemented by individual stations. Radio University also offers an extensive training tool for retailers and radio sales staffs. The thousand s of broadcasters currently registered for HD Radio Playbook will be transitioned smoothly to the new Web site. “We are enthusiastic about our new, innovative service for the broadcasting community,” said Don Kelly, Director of Broadcast Marketing of iBiquity Digital . “HD Radio University is a great way for broadcasters to learn about some of the best and easiest ways to leverage HD Radio technology to increase their stations’ .” “HD Radio University has the tools and information to illuminate HD Radio technology’s benefits from broadcasters to retailers, seeking to heighten the consumer experience from a 360 degree perspective,” said Bob Struble, President and CEO of iBiquity Digital Corporation. “At the end of the day, we believe that the site will not only enable broadcasters to realize HD Radio technology’s full potential, but will also help move retail devices off the shelves.” HD Radio technology provides consumers with exclusive access to the best in digital broadcasting from more than 1,750 AM and FM HD Radio stations nationwide with over 900 FM multicast channels. Reaching 84 percent of the U.S. population, these exclusive subscription-free channels digitally deliver new music and fresh formats, essential data services and crystal-clear sound quality. For more information and recent news, go to www.hdradio.com.

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