September 20, 2014 5:21 PM ET

Communications Equipment

Company Overview of iBiquity Digital Corporation

Company Overview

iBiquity Digital Corporation develops and licenses digital HD Radio technology for AM and FM audio, and data broadcasting. Its HD Radio technology enables broadcasters to offer FM content via HD2/HD3 channels, crystal-clear sound, and data services on AM and FM bands. The company serves broadcasters; receivers, component, and broadcast equipment manufacturers; automotive manufacturers; and retailers in the United States and internationally. iBiquity Digital Corporation was formerly known as USA Digital Radio, Inc. and changed its name to iBiquity Digital Corporation in August 2000. The company was founded in 1991 and is based in Columbia, Maryland with additional offices in Auburn Hills, Mic...

6711 Columbia Gateway Drive

Suite 500

Columbia, MD 21046

United States

Founded in 1991

Phone:

443-539-4290

Fax:

443-539-4291

Key Executives for iBiquity Digital Corporation

Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
Age: 46
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Senior Director of OEM Business Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

iBiquity Digital Corporation Key Developments

iBiquity Digital Corporation Presents at 16th Annual Needham Growth Conference, Jan-16-2014 11:40 AM

iBiquity Digital Corporation Presents at 16th Annual Needham Growth Conference, Jan-16-2014 11:40 AM. Venue: Palace Hotel in Midtown Manhattan, 455 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10022, United States.

iBiquity Digital Corporation Launches All-New 2014 Mazda3

iBiquity Digital Corporation announced that the all-new 2014 Mazda3 is the Mazda vehicle to launch integrated audio and free traffic flow images using Clear Channel's Total Traffic HD Network (TTN) and HD Radio Technology. The 2014 Mazda3 is available in dealerships now. The redesigned Mazda3 features a new display audio system (MAZDA CONNECT(TM)) that incorporates the latest HD Radio audio and data features including Artist Experience(R), allowing listeners to view images such as album art on their information screens and it's even complete with free traffic maps, showing drivers green, yellow and red flow patterns, all delivered by HD Radio stations across the country.

iBiquity Digital Corporation Announces Toyota Uses Hd Radio Technology and Clear Channel’S Total Traffic Network to Provide Subscription-Free Real-Time Traffic and Weather Information Via Digital Fm Broadcasting

iBiquity Digital Corporation announced that the 2014 Tundra, Corolla, Sequoia, 4Runner, and Tacoma are the first Toyota vehicles to launch integrated audio and real-time traffic and weather services using Clear Channel’s Total Traffic HD Network (TTN) and HD Radio Technology. The 2014 Toyota Corolla, Tundra and Sequoia are now available with the 4Runner and Tacoma arriving in dealerships later September 2013. Toyota has launched two new systems integrating HD Radio digital audio entertainment and TTN’s real-time traffic and weather information: For vehicles with navigation systems, Toyota will provide a digital audio and navigation system driven by the hybrid technology capable of receiving digital traffic and weather information from both HD Radio stations and the cell phone network, using the driver’s smartphone connected with the Toyota Entune system. Both systems will also offer the latest digital audio features including Artist Experience®, allowing listeners to view images such as album art on their radio screens as they enjoy their favorite HD Radio stations. HD Radio Technology is the digital evolution of AM and FM radio and delivers significant benefits for Toyota drivers: crystal-clear sound quality; additional digital only local FM channels known as HD2/HD3 Channels; PSD - Program Service Data, which displays song title and artist name on the radio screen; iTunes Tagging allows listeners to store song information with the touch of a button for later purchase and download through iTunes; Artist Experience which enables images that match the audio content to be displayed on the radio screen; and now, subscription-free traffic and data information sent directly to a vehicles radio or navigation system. HD Radio Technology is subscription free broadcast radio. HD Radio Technology is available nationwide, with more than 2,200 digital stations on-air, and over 1,450 HD2/HD3 digital only channels that broadcast fresh new content that can only be heard with an HD Radio receiver. A sampling of the formats on these extra channels, which vary in different markets around the country, include Dance/Electronica, Bluegrass Country, Comedy, Local Music, Chill/Coffee Shop Music, South Asian, Talk, News, and Sports, to name just a few.

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