Television and recorded music have been reinvented in recent years, with the advent of higher-quality digital content. Now, the radio industry also is going digital, raising the hopes of semiconductor makers, which hope to supply chips for millions of new digital radios over the coming decade. ¶ Although satellite broadcasters started beaming digital signals to U.S. subscribers in 2001, most terrestrial radio stations have remained stubbornly analog. That's changing, however, with the growing acceptance of the Eureka 147 digital audio broadcasting (DAB) standard in the United Kingdom and the Federal Communications Commission's 2002 approval of the U.S. HD Radio digital standard. ... Link: Electronic Business.