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Cox Radio to Expand Digital Radio Roll-Out

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ATLANTA, Aug. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cox Radio, Inc. (NYSE: CXR - News) announced today plans to aggressively expand the roll-out of digital radio to listeners. Specifically, Cox Radio plans to work with iBiquity Digital Corporation's HD Radio™ technology to upgrade 80% of its stations over the next four years. The Company currently offers digital radio in Atlanta and Miami.

Robert F. Neil, President and CEO commented, "Digital radio represents the future of radio. With the technology now ready for broad based deployment, we are stepping up our efforts to provide digital radio to our listeners. Digital radio not only brings CD quality sound to our listeners free of charge, but also enables us to deliver other valuable services such as traffic updates, sports scores, artist information and song titles to name a few."

Cox Radio is the third largest radio company in the United States based on revenues.

Cox Radio owns, operates or provides sales and marketing services for 78 stations (67 FM and 11 AM) clustered in 18 markets, including major markets such as Atlanta, Houston, Miami, Orlando, San Antonio and Tampa. Cox Radio shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol: CXR.

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