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GatesAir Acquires Onetastic
31.05.2019 - United States - United States
GatesAir, a global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for TV and radio broadcasters, and a portfolio company of The Gores Group, today announced that it has acquired Onetastic, a leading provider of television and digital radio transmission systems. With this acquisition, GatesAir, which has significantly expanded its global sales and business development teams worldwide since 2018, further strengthens its presence and visibility in Europe.
From GatesAir:

Inovonics celebrates 10 years with expanded INOmini product range
07.05.2019 - United States - United States
The INOmini occupies 1/3-rack, allowing broadcasters to optimize their rack space with unique INOmini solutions for audio processing, RDS encoding, and monitoring for broadcast radio (including DAB+).
From Radio and Television Business Report:

Panasonic partners with Xperi to support DTS Connected Radio
WorldDAB Members News - 10.04.2019 - Xperi Corporation - United States - United States
Panasonic Automotive, the global supplier of automotive infotainment and connectivity systems solutions, announced at the 2019 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show that its SPYDR 2.0 complete cockpit android-based domain controller will support DTS Connected Radio via a collaboration with Xperi.
From PR Newswire:

Xperi and LG announce development of DTS connected radio platform for Launch in 2020
WorldDAB Members News - 10.04.2019 - Xperi Corporation - United States - United States
Xperi Corporation and LG Electronics have announced the development and integration of DTS Connected Radio technology into automobiles sold around the world. The first implementation will arrive at dealerships in 2020 with a major global car brand, to be announced at a later date. Xperi will deliver to LG the DTS Connected Radio platform which enables an engaging in-car radio experience, combining over-the-air radio with IP delivered content.
From AP News:

Xperi and LG Announce Development of DTS Connected Radio Platform for Launch in 2020
WorldDAB Members News - 10.04.2019 - Xperi Corporation - LG Electronics - United States - United States
Xperi will deliver the DTS Connected Radio platform to LG Electronics, enabling an engaging in-car radio experience starting in 2020.
From Business Wire:

Las Vegas NAB show to shed light on the state of digital radio rollout around the world
04.04.2019 - United States - United States
The NAB “Digital Radio Roll Out Around the World” session taking place on Sunday 7 April will feature Ole Jorgen Torvmark, who will touch on the latest figures on digital radio listening in Norway and the report released by WorldDAB this April, as well as Commercial Radio Australia CEO Joan Warner, who -ahead of the event - reiterated the importance of the EECC regulation for Europe and the development of DAB+ in the continent.
From Radio World:

New Tank icons, digital radio, driving bans, E-cars: The changes in 2019 for motorists
13.12.2018 - United States - United States
Within a period of two years, all new cars need to come with DAB+.
From The Dickinson Daily News:

GatesAir showcases VAXTE DAB/DAB+ transmitter at IBC2018
WorldDAB Members News - 16.09.2018 - GatesAir - United States - United States
The Maxiva XTE supports a full range of digital broadcast standards, including ATSC, DVB-T/H, DVB-T2, ISDB-T, DTMB, DAB/DAB+/DMB. It is upgradeable to future new modulations, including ATSC 3.0, as they become available.
From The Broadcast Bridge:

IBC2018: Xperi shows off global hybrid radio solution
WorldDAB Members News - 16.09.2018 - Xperi Corporation - United States - United States
Xperi will demo the DTS Connected Radio ecosystem at IBC2018 (Hall 14, A41). DTS Connected Radio is what the company describes as “a global hybrid radio solution” for automobiles. It uses an in-vehicle IP connection to deliver DAB, HD Radio and FM broadcasts paired with IP content.
From Radio World:

IBC2018: Inovonics adds new features to the 662 DAB+ SiteStreamer
15.09.2018 - United States - United States
The 662 DAB+ SiteStreamer lets users remotely monitor up to 30 sources of DAB+ programming over the internet. Tune-in, switch modes, listen remotely via streamed audio, and receive email or text alarms for various reception problems.
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