Neural Audio Corp. said Classical Public Radio Network has begun broadcast and Internet streaming of 5.1 Neural-THX Surround-encoded classical recordings.
The network reaches 60 stations. Neural Audio and THX announced a partnership at CES, as reported here earlier.
“In cooperation with Neural Audio, the Classical Public Radio Network’s extensive classical library has now been enhanced with more than 3,000 Neural-THX Surround encoded works by some of the greatest classical artists and ensembles,” the companies announced. “With the help of broadcasters and music labels, Neural Audio is now able to provide a library of more than 16,000 surround tracks in all musical genres.”
Steve Coghill is CPRN’s director of operations and program planning. CPRN is a national classical music format, a joint venture of KUSC in Los Angeles and Colorado Public Radio, with startup funding from CPB. Flagship stations are KUSC, Los Angeles and KVOD, Denver.