Xperi’s Connected Radio Solution Renamed DTS AutoStage, Wins 2021 BIG Innovation Award

first_img Pinterest Xperi’s Connected Radio Solution Renamed DTS AutoStage, Wins 2021 BIG Innovation Award CALABASAS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– DTS ®, a global leader in next-generation audio, imaging, and sensing technology, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Xperi Holding Corporation (NASDAQ: XPER) (“Xperi”), today announced that DTS Connected Radio, the world’s only global connected radio solution, is rebranded as DTS AutoStage™ to reflect the broad application of the platform within automotive infotainment systems. It was also announced that DTS AutoStage won a 2021 Business Intelligence Group (BIG) Innovation Award, which recognizes organizations, products, and people that are bringing new ideas to life in innovative ways. The rebrand to DTS AutoStage was in part driven by the opportunities resulting from Xperi’s merger with TiVo in June 2020, which enabled the integration of TiVo’s world-class music metadata and personalized content discovery engine. The new branding represents not only the many entertainment ‘stages’ the platform offers, but also how the platform will be able to amplify those stages as in-cabin technology continues to evolve. Additional features recently added to the DTS AutoStage platform already include lyrics, content metadata, and personalization capabilities. Also, the global broadcast platform continues to expand and includes major commercial broadcasters such as Entercom, Beasley, Cox Radio, Bauer Media, and Global Radio, as well as dominant regional platforms including FM World, Quu Interactive, Radio.com, and RadioApp. DTS AutoStage recently launched in the Daimler MB User Experience (MBUX). “The merger with TiVo enabled us to further develop our next generation infotainment platform into one that is truly designed to provide world-class content aggregation, that is immersive and personalized, on a global scale. The name DTS AutoStage better represents the broad scope of the product, as represented in new vehicles such as the Mercedes-Benz S-Class,” said Jeff Jury, Xperi SVP and general manager, Automotive. “Our mission is to develop world-class in-cabin entertainment platforms and safety capabilities that are designed for the growing sophistication of the car cockpit of the future. With DTS AutoStage, we enable automakers to engage their customers with the personalized, multimedia in-car experiences they demand.” A recent survey of car owners confirmed that having entertainment/information available in their vehicle’s dashboard is more important than ever today, versus pre-COVID, and it confirmed radio’s pre-eminence in the dashboard, with 91 percent of car owners saying that it is important to have radio in their dash. 1 DTS AutoStage pairs over-the-air broadcast content with IP-delivered metadata (such as information about on-air radio programs, talent, artist, song, station contact, etc.) and content (lyrics, related events, podcasts) personalized to create a unique and engaging radio-listening experience in markets around the world. It also enables a seamless transition for the listener from broadcast to internet stream when the vehicle drives out of broadcast range. Available in 48 countries, DTS AutoStage’s content is sourced from over 48 thousand radio stations, 40 million tracks, 4 million albums, 1 million artist bios, and more – all aggregated, curated, and personalized to create the richest and most relevant in-vehicle radio listening experience. Business Intelligence Group, which was founded with the mission of recognizing true talent and superior performance in the business world, awarded DTS AutoStage with a 2021 Big Innovation Award in the automotive category. “We are proud that as we rebrand to DTS AutoStage, which is dedicated to innovating the in-cabin infotainment experience, we were honored with the 2021 Big Innovation Award,” said Jury. “More than ever, the global society relies on innovation to help progress humanity and make our lives more productive, healthy and comfortable,” said Maria Jimenez, chief operating officer of the Business Intelligence Group. “We are thrilled to be honoring DTS as they are one of the organizations leading this charge and helping humanity progress.” In addition to DTS AutoStage, Xperi’s automotive technologies include DTS AutoSense, and HD Radio, designed to improve the in-vehicle experience, making it safer and more enjoyable. DTS AutoSense comprises occupancy and driver monitoring systems implemented at the edge. HD Radio, which resides in more than 70 million automobiles, is the most successfully deployed commercial digital radio system worldwide. About Xperi Holding Corporation Xperi invents, develops, and delivers technologies that enable extraordinary experiences. Xperi technologies, delivered via its brands (DTS, HD Radio, IMAX Enhanced, Invensas, TiVo), and by its startup, Perceive, make entertainment more entertaining, and smart devices smarter. Xperi technologies are integrated into billions of consumer devices, media platforms, and semiconductors worldwide, driving increased value for partners, customers and consumers. Xperi, DTS, IMAX Enhanced, Invensas, HD Radio, Perceive, TiVo, DTS AutoStage, DTS AutoSense, and their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of affiliated companies of Xperi Holding Corporation in the United States and other countries. All other company, brand and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. 1 Online CARAVAN® survey conducted by ENGINE Insights among a sample of 1,003 adults 18 years of age and older January 4-6, 2021. SOURCE: Xperi Holding Corp XPER-P View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005238/en/ CONTACT: Xperi Media Contact: Melanie Webber, mWEBB Communications + 1 949-307-1723 [email protected] Investor Contact: Geri Weinfeld, Vice President of Investor Relations +1 818-436-1231 [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CALIFORNIA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SOFTWARE ENTERTAINMENT MOBILE ENTERTAINMENT HARDWARE CONSUMER ELECTRONICS GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET TECHNOLOGY AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL ENTERTAINMENT TV AND RADIO MUSIC SOURCE: Xperi Holding Corp Copyright Business Wire 2021. 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FROM COURT TO FARM: Mary Dubose and Chanda Rigby participate in Farm City Job Swap

first_imgLatest Stories Email the author Book Nook to reopen Dubose, who is at home on the farm in Banks, and Rigby, whose home court is Trojan Arena, seemed to be at odds, professionally. However, Dubose was a student of basketball. She played guard and point guard for the Dixie Academy Rebels and Rigby grew up on a dairy farm in Franklinton, Louisiana.But the dye had been cast. The invitations had been issued and accepted.  The show must go on and it could not have been a better show. From the minute they met, Dubose and Rigby “hit it off.” Even though each was familiar with the other’s profession, the Job Swap experience was a unique way to spend a girls’ day out.Rigby is the women’s basketball coach at Troy University and she invited Dubose into the locker room prior to the team’s tune-up contest against a Brazilian professional team, Uninassau, on November 1 and then to be her “bench assistant” during the game. Her advice to the team was “if you’re in the paint, don’t put the ball on the floor” and  “watch the gut.” “A ball handler can fool you with head fakes,” Dubose said. “But watch the gut. It doesn’t lie.”Dubose had been to Trojan Arena for a graduation ceremony but not for a basketball game.“The arena has a different feel when it’s a basketball game,” she said. “I really enjoyed it and I’ll be back to see Chanda’s team and probably the men’s team, too.”Rigby was at Dubose Farm in Banks early Thursday morning. She had her boots on and was ready to witness the birth of Paisley’s calf.  She hopped in the truck with Dubose, riding shotgun.“That means you have to get out and open the gates,” Dubose said, laughing.The cow herd was grazing in a pasture just down the road. Dubose was the first out of the truck in an effort to located Paisley. But to the surprise of both Rigby and Dubose, Paisley had already given birth and had the calf hidden safely away.“I was disappointed,” Rigby said. “But I enjoyed walking among the cows in the pasture. I even liked the way it smelled. Reminded me of home.” Back home in Louisiana, Husser Farms was home to 100 dairy cows and eight were milked each morning and night. Cows don’t go on vacation. Rigby, laughingly, said she didn’t have any plans to be a milkmaid.“I didn’t like milking,” she said. “I think milking is why I started playing basketball. If I was at practice or at games, I didn’t have to milk.”Rigby got a “turn” behind tractor wheel and Dubose taught her how to use a disc plow. “Driving a tractor is more complex than I thought,” Rigby said. “Driving the tractor was a new experience and I loved being out in the fields. It was so quiet and peaceful.”At the day’s end, Rigby and Dubose said their goodbyes having formed a friendship that probably would never have happened had they not “job swapped.”They were both better for the experience. Although, Rigby’s at home in the gym, she knows where she can go to find peace and quiet.  Dubose’s home is on the farm but, if things get too quiet on the farm, she knows where to go. Rigby thought she would give Mary a few minutes to give the team a pep talk before they went out on the court. She expected a “go team, win” kind of response from Dubose.“But I was shocked,” Rigby said, laughing. “She knew basketball. She gave a great pep talk. I didn’t expect it.  We could learn something from her.”Dubose said just harkened back to her days on the court.“Basketball was different for me. We didn’t have the three-point shot. I couldn’t have hit it anyway. But I knew about man-to-man defense and zone defense.” Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day FROM COURT TO FARM: Mary Dubose and Chanda Rigby participate in Farm City Job Swap Skip Published 3:00 am Saturday, November 12, 2016 By The Penny Hoarder Above, Chanda Rigby, left, Troy University Women’s basketball coach, and Mary Dubose, owner of farm in Banks participated in The Pike County Farm City Job Swap program. Rigby and Dubose surprisingly had knowledge in each others jobs and spent the time learning from each other.The drumming of the basketball on the hardwood is music to the ears of Mary Dubose just as it is to Chanda Rigby.The mooing of the mama cow is as familiar to Chanda Rigby as it is to Mary Dubose.The Pike County Farm City Job Swap committee probably didn’t know that when they invited Dubose and Rigby to participate in the 2016 Farm-City Job Swap. The annual “swap” is designed for members of the rural and urban communities to swap jobs for a day. 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