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WGUC Signs on Ibiquity’s Dotted Line

WGUC Signs on Ibiquity’s Dotted Line

Don Danko, chief engineer of non-commercial WGUC(FM), Cinncinati, signed his license to use Ibiquity’s HD Radio technology at NAB2003. His is the first public station in the market to go digital. The classical station has an ERP of 15 kilowatts and will use low-level combining. Danko estimated the conversion cost at between $120,000 to $125,000. He hopes to have a digital signal on the air in June.
Ibiquity’s SVP and co-COO Jeff Jury said the signing shows there is momentum in the marketplace for the technology.