Broadcast Executives to Unveil Accelerated HD Radio Rollout Plans at CES

Broadcast industry leaders from Bonneville, Clear Channel, Cox, Entercom and Radio One will disclose nationwide HD Radio conversion plans during a press conference on Wed., January 5 at 2:00pm PT at CES in iBiquity`s booth #4823.

Columbia, MD - December 15, 2004 - Broadcast industry leaders from Bonneville, Clear Channel, Cox, Entercom and Radio One will disclose nation -wide HD Radio conversion plans during a press conference on Wednesday January 5, 2005 at 2:00pm (PST) at the International Consumer Electronics Show in iBiquity Digital's booth #4823.


Also at the International CES, iBiquity will showcase its latest supplemental audio services and enhanced navigation features as well as new HD Radio receivers in many product categories: automotive, table top, custom home. An overview of the company's activities at CES is detailed below:

Press Conference:
Wednesday, January 5, 2005 at 2:00 pm PST at iBiquity Booth #4823

Broadcast industry leaders will join iBiquity Digital CEO Robert Struble to announce the acceleration of HD Radio adoption. Present from the broadcast industry will be:

1. David Field, president and CEO, Entercom
2. Neil Johnston, chief financial officer, Cox Radio
3. Jeff Littlejohn, chief technology officer, Clear Channel
4. Bruce Reese, president and CEO, Bonneville and Chair of the NAB Radio Board
5. Scott Royster, chief financial officer, Radio One
6. Linda Vilardo, chief administrative officer, Radio One

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CES Unveiled:
"The Official Press Event of the International CES"
Tuesday, January 4
4 -7 p.m.
Las Vegas Convention Center, Room S226

A 2005 Innovations Honoree, iBiquity will be among the exhibitors at this exclusive event where credentialed media and analysts will preview the New Year`s hottest products and get a sneak peek at the 2005 Innovations Design and Engineering Showcase Honorees -before the show officially opens.

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Exhibit Booth:
LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER, NORTH HALL 1 -4, #4823

On display in the booth will be:
1. Featured vehicles equipped with Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), aftermarket and advanced applications of HD Radio products. The vehicles on display will be a BMW 5 Series, a Toyota Scion and a Toyota Sequoia.
2. A new tabletop HD Radio product for the home and office from Boston Acoustics
3. A "Wall of Radios" featuring the 2005 HD Radio aftermarket receivers from manufacturers such as Alpine, Delphi, Eclipse, JVC, Kenwood, Panasonic, Sanyo and Visteon.
4. Demonstrations of an advanced HD Radio feature called Supplemental Audio Services (featuring NPR's 'Tomorrow Radio') broadcast live from local radio station KCNV -FM
5. Live traffic information broadcast from local radio station KSTJ -FM and displayed on a vehicle navigation system.

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Speaking Appearances:

Session Title: Audio Shootout (ID#: HLE1)

Date: Thursday, January 6, 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Location: North Hall, Room N264

Description: HD Radio, satellite, broadband - consumers now have more choices than ever before in what they listen to, not to mention how they access what they listen to. How will this explosion of choice impact the market? For advertisers? Content providers? Delivery system manufacturers? Whatever the answers, it`s an exciting time in the audio industry.

Moderator: Dave Graveline, Host/Executive Producer, Into Tomorrow
Panelist: Robert Struble, President and CEO, iBiquity Digital
Panelist: Gabe Hobbs, VP of Programming, Clear Channel Radio
Panelist: Hugh Panero, CEO, XM Satellite Radio
Panelist: Joseph Clayton, Chairman, Sirius Satellite Radio

Session Title: Plug in and Drive: Automotive Electronics - Consumer Technologies (this program is part of the Society of Automotive Engineers International's Convergence Transportation Electronics Series)

Date: Friday, January 7, 9:30 -11:30 AM
Location: Room N253

Description: What new technologies are on the horizon for the automobile? Will these accelerate the integration of consumer products into the vehicle? Will our vehicles really become the `mobile office?` - ADVANCE REGISTRATION DEADLINE DECEMBER 30, 2004.

Moderator: John McElroy, Blue Sky Productions
Panelist: Robert Struble, President and CEO, iBiquity Digital
Panelist: Robert Borchers, Sr. Director, iPod Automobile, Integration, Apple Computer
Panelist: Stephen Witt, Vice President of Brand Marketing, Alpine Electronics of America

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Innovations Award Honoree:
For the second consecutive year, iBiquity has been named an honoree in the CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards in the category of Software/Embedded Technologies. iBiquity has been nominated for their Supplemental Audio Services (SAS) technology which allows FM radio stations to broadcast multiple streams of programming over a single frequency, thereby expanding the diversity of content available to consumers.

HD Radio At -A -Glance:
HD Radio technology transmits digital audio and data alongside existing AM and FM
analog signals, allowing listeners with HD Radio compatible receivers - currently available from Kenwood, Panasonic and JVC - to enjoy CD -quality sound while virtually eliminating the static, hiss and pops associated with analog radio. The technology also provides a platform for advanced digital services that will deliver listeners a variety of coveted information such as song titles, artist names, traffic updates, weather forecasts, sports scores and more.


About iBiquity Digital
iBiquity Digital is the sole developer and licenser of HD Radio technology in the U.S. HD Radio is transforming today`s AM and FM radio stations to digital, enabling radically upgraded sound, crystal -clear reception and new wireless data services. The company`s investors include 15 of the nation`s top radio broadcasters, including ABC, Clear Channel and Viacom; leading financial institutions, such as Grotech Capital Group, J.P. Morgan Partners, New Venture Partners, Pequot Capital and J&W Seligman; and strategic partners Ford Motor Company, Harris, Texas Instruments and Visteon. iBiquity, named one of Deloitte's Fast 500 Companies, is a privately held with operations in Columbia, MD, Detroit, MI, Belmont, CA and Warren, NJ. For more information please visit: www.ibiquity.com.

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To arrange interviews or for additional information, please contact:

Vicki Stearn
iBiquity Digital
410 -872 -1565
301 -233 -0200 (mobile)
stearn@ibiquity.com

Gil Chorbajian
Ogilvy Public Relations
518 -355 -0966
518 -852 -9528 (mobile)
gil.chorbajian@ogilvypr.com

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