IBiquity Digital Unveils ITunes Tagging For HD Radio

Posted: Sep 7 2007, 1:25pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:44am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
iBiquity Digital unveils iTunes Tagging for HD Radio
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iBiquity Digital, and major radio broadcasting group, unveiled today the result of an industry-wide initiative to create a new, free service called "iTunes Tagging."

iTunes Tagging enables consumers using HD Radio receivers that have been equipped with a special Tag button, to “tag” songs that they hear on the FM dial for subsequent purchase via iTunes. "iTunes tagging takes music discovery on the radio to the next level," said Greg Joswiak, Apple's vice president of iPod Product Marketing. "When a song plays on your HD Radio that you like, a simple push of a button will tag it and later give you the chance to preview, purchase, and enjoy it with iTunes and your iPod."

The new Polk I-Sonic Entertainment System 2 and the JBL iHD will both include the Tag button.
Early 2008 HD radio for cars with an iTunes button will be available.

This is a nice idea to even buy more iTunes songs.
Via this press-release.

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