A blog from an uninformed soul (being charitable), who has no grasp of the technical aspects of the subject matter. Wow, that settles it. HD IS DEAD! I better tell all the new stations that keep popping up, manufacturers who keep introducing new products, and people who keep buying them! A MUSIC professor (now THERE'S someone who knows and understands RADIO and TECHNOLOGY) who can't write a coherent sentence, and understands nothing about RF or digital technology, thinks it would be a "bad idea" for HD stations to use their new "sidebands". Well thanks for clearing that up!
This idiot (with the blog posting) might want to understand that WORDS HAVE MEANINGS! The term "sideband" as applied to a radio signal, has a specific meaning...one which he fails to grasp!
Talk about DOA. This may be your weakest post/link yet, Pocket. If THIS is the best HD haters can come up with, well it thanks for a smile that'll last for a while!
Jerry Del Colliano, Director of Thornton Executive Programs in Music Industry Clinical Professor of Music Industry
"Jerry Del Colliano is a nationally recognized expert on broadcasting and the music industry. He has enjoyed a career in major market broadcasting in front of the camera, over radio airwaves, in radio program management, publishing and Internet publishing and teaching. Respected for his vision on the future of media – new and old as they converge – his comments have appeared in a wide variety of media including network television and radio, radio stations, business and consumer newspapers and magazines. EDUCATION B.S., Temple University College of Communications, Philadelphia, PA (Radio, Television and Film), 1968."http://www.usc.edu/schools/music/private/faculty/delcolli.php
Sometimes, you guys crack-me-up !
Don't fret as none of the Ibiquity execs know zip about rf engineering or even how to read a resistor or capacitor.
Ibiquity Board of Directors:
Robert J. Struble, President, CEO and Chairman of the Board, iBiquity Digital Corporation:
Bob earned his Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering from MIT where he was elected into the Tau Beta Pi and Sigma Xi engineering honor societies, and an MBA from Harvard, where he graduated with high distinction as a Baker Scholar.
Thomas M. Uhlman, Managing Partner, New Ventures Partners:
Fred has an SB from MIT and an MBA from The Wharton School of Business at The University of Pennsylvania.
Walter Z. Berger, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer:
Mr. Berger is a cum laude graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, with a degree in business administration. He is also a C.P.A.
Steve Fisher, Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer:
Mr. Fisher held numerous operational and financial management positions over a period of 15 years with Westinghouse Broadcasting (now CBS) including management positions in Cable, Radio Stations and Executive Vice President for the Bradcast & Media group.
Alfred C. Liggins, III, President, CEO, Radio One, Inc:
Alfred Liggins earned an MBA from the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania
Jeffrey L. Littlejohn, Executive Vice President, Distribution Development, Clear Channel Broadcasting, Inc:
Prior to joining Clear Channel, Littlejohn was the Director of Engineering for AMFM, Inc. and Chancellor Broadcasting.
Jerry A. Poch, Managing General Partner, Pequot Capital Management, Inc.:
Mr. Poch graduated cum laude from Boston University School of Law where he was managing editor of the Law Review. He is admitted to practice law in the States of New York and Massachusetts and the District of Columbia.
Not what you'd call broadcasters....