Saturday, April 15, 2006

WNYC's "On The Media" Gives A Beginner's Course In HDRadio 101

Phil Redo, former vice president of station operations at WNYC-FM, New York, and now the market manager for Greater Media in Boston joins reporter Bob Garfield to explain in just about six minutes all the latest in's and out's of HDRadio (click to listen in Real Audio):
"There are about 800 million radio sets in the U.S. and while some of them may be new, they are all so…old. The latest technology is digital or high definition – HD radio, for short – and without static. In New York and many other cities you can listen to this very broadcast in HD – that is, if you already have a pricey HD radio receiver."

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