The HD Radio Blog

November 12th, 2014

As the next Spotlight Artist Toby Lightman will spread the word about the HD Radio™ Experience 

HD Radio Technology announced today that Toby Lightman is the next artist to be featured in the 'HD Radio Artist Spotlight' program. The N ew York based singer-songwriter joins the list of past songwriters featured in this program; Charlie Worsham, Ashley Monroe, Jon Pardi, Muddy Magnolia, Brent Cobb, and Due West.  The HD Radio Spotlight will be on Toby as she tours the country in support of her new album "Every Kind of People".

November 6th, 2014

HD Radio Receivers are a standard feature in Mercedes vehicles

Mercedes-Benz has added the Artist Experience feature to the 2015 C-Class. This feature provides in vehicle artist images and station logos on the radio display. HD Radio receivers a ra astandard feature across the Mercedes vehicle line-up.  The 2015 C-Class is now available at dealers across the U.S.

September 11th, 2014

Companies to Integrate TagStation®/NextRadio® and HD Radio™ Technology to Bring Digital Broadcast Radio and Connected Services to Automobiles

The two companies have entered into an agreement to develop an integrated automotive platform that combines their technologies and services. This combination will blend the best of broadcast technology and IP delivered services to enhance the in-car user experience and unlock the full potential of connected services.

September 2nd, 2014

All Cadillac models now offer HD Radio Technology

The 2015 Cadillac Escalade is now at dealerships equipped with standard HD Radio Technology.  The Escalade is the final Cadillac vehicle to launch HD Radio Technology joining the ATS, CTS, ELR, SRX, and XTS models which already offer the HD Radio digital AM & FM experience to drivers.  All Major Auto Manufacturers in the U.S. now offer HD Radio Technology. 

August 18th, 2014

IMER Group completes digitization of all FM stations, prepares to upgrade AM stations

IMER (Instituto Mexicano de la Radio) began digitizing its stations in Mexico City shortly after the Mexican government approved HD Radio Technology as the standard in 2011 and has since begun transmission of two new HD2 and HD3 channels at each station. 

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