«The HD3 channel will have public radio news programming not found on the main channel. The station’s partnership with Towson University station AAA-formatted WTMD(FM), will continue on weekday overnights as well as early evenings and weekend overnights.
The station announced the changes on-air Monday. Station GM Caryn Mathes stated it was “time to begin treating HD Radio multicasting as ‘real’ radio. HD Radio is becoming eminently accessible to the general consumer, and we believe it is the future of terrestrial radio.”»
fonte: «WAMU Multicasting Gets ‘Real’ With Planned HD3 Launch, Receiver Giveaways, Leslie Report/Radio World, by Leslie Stimson, 9.05.2007
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Yea, it is not the big-deal it is made out to be - consumers have shunned table-top HD radio, so why should they spend 0 for a device that still requires AM-loop and externally-mounted FM-dipole antennas to even have a chance to pick up the fragile digital HD signals. This is far from having Apple actually including it as a part of the new iPod. This is all to late for HD Radio:
Fecha: 07/09/2007 18:20.
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