The Internet Media Device Alliance plans a meeting at the upcoming IFA show in Berlin.
Members hope to rollout IMDA Certified Internet radios at this show and discuss what they say is the first Internet radio standard that will soon be available to receiver manufacturers.
Companies like Pure, Revica, StreamForge, Global Radio, Frontier Silicon, the BBC and Deutsche Welle are part of the alliance.
The Sept. 6 meeting is open to all; it's free for IMDA members and $150 for non-members. Those interested in attending should contact Claudia Jablonski at claudia@.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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