Weak signals: Can HD radio find listeners
The radio industry's answer to the Internet, iPods and satellite radio has
been slow to make waves with consumers. Called HD Radio, the technology
allows radio stations to transmit a digital signal in addition to a
traditional analog signal. Plus, extra stations, called "HD-2" or "HD-3,"
allow broadcasters to offer a wider range of programming in a static-free
medium. And listeners don't have to pay subscription fees charged for
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