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Radio technology has changed very little since it was invented nearly 100 years ago. The machine your grandmother may have used to listen to The War of the Worlds works almost exactly the same as a new radio you might purchase today. F.M. radio, though, may soon be a relic of the past. Norway recently announced that it will make the switch to digital radio in 2017. On today’s Tech Tuesday, we explore F.M. radio technology and its future.
- Doug Brake Telecommunications Policy Analyst, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
- Paul Brenner President, NextRadio
- Paul Riismandel Co-Founder & Operations Director, RadioSurvivor.com
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