Metro Detroit: Newsmakers April 22, 2007

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Ann Arbor News:

WEMU (89.1 FM), Eastern Michigan University's public radio station, has launched WEMU2, a second channel on high-definition radio, the first public radio station in Michigan to do so. "The era of digital for your local radio station brings the promise of higher quality sound, new and increased programming, and richer data services,'' said Arthur Timko, station general manager, in a prepared statement. "WEMU is certainly proud to be not only the first public radio station in Michigan to transmit digitally, but also the first to multicast, i.e. provide a second completely different program service on the same frequency.'' A high-definition radio is required to receive the second channel. Currently unhosted, WEMU2 plays a mix of AAA (adult album alternative), roots, folk, Americana and blues from local, national and regional artists... A first for WEMU: Public radio goes high-def (Sun, 4/22)

 

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