High definition radio stations are slowly taking over the airwaves and for good reason. The latest to join the ranks is WHYY with its WHYY-HD channel. It happens to be Philadelphia's "first high-definition radio channel devoted to arts, news and information programming," as stated on the company's website.
With enhanced digital sound quality and the option to be streamed on the Internet, this high definition radio channel is promising. The WHYY website further reads, "WHYY-HD enables listeners to enjoy the benefits of CD-quality sound, improved signal reception and greater programming choices." These are simply a few conveniences that will appeal to consumers. Technology continues to provide customers with better experiences and high definition radio is simply one example of how it is being embraced by audiences.