USA Today Looks at HD Radio

USA Today Looks at HD Radio
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USA Today Looks at HD Radio

HD Radio gets the mainstream press treatment from USA Today.
Among the angles the story considers is copy protection: "In coming months, the FCC will likely consider a request from the music industry to add copy protections to digital broadcasts," the newspaper writes. "Music companies fear consumers will use sophisticated digital recorders to cherry-pick songs and create catalogs or blast them over the Web, dampening music sales. But the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a consumer rights group, says granting the request would be unduly restrictive."
The USA Today story is here.