HD Radio's moment has arrived, Struble says

04/30/2012 | Buffalo News (N.Y.), The

HD Radio, some 13 years after its invention, is making slow but steady progress. Over 2,100 digital stations are now broadcasting, with each of the top 250 markets offering a minimum of one HD outlet. "I always laugh that a couple of years ago I got an invitation to celebrate 25 years of digital television," said Robert Struble, founder of iBiquity Digital, which developed the format. "These things take time. There's a massive install base of existing analog radios. There's a massive infrastructure of existing analog radio stations. [But] we have tremendous momentum and we're picking up steam."

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