Planned DAB+ programs in Vienna

In Vienna, the DAB+ trial will include 17 stations. The official transmission for Vienna digital radio is 28 May.

PURE Germany boss comments on current digital radio events

"DAB+ offers the consumers a real added value: listeners who use the digital broadcast standard, have benefited from a better reception, additional information and additional pictures." says Ralf Reynolds, Chief of PURE Germany.

Toumaz fourth generation digital radio solutions are now shipping in volumes

The performance of the digital radio business has been buoyed by strong international developments. Norway became the first country in the world to confirm a date (2017) for Digital Switchover.

DAB, Agcom gives certainty on frequencies

AgCom has published the plan of frequencies for digital radio in forty new regions.

Radio, less music community mre

Recent research on DAB radio notes that 7 million Italians know what digital radio is and that there are already more than one million receivers active in the market. The auto market is responding with 200 models with DAB radio, while in England, 65% of registered vehicles are equipped with a digital receiver.

Radio, less music community more Facebook and Twitter audience and advertising

Recent research on DAB radio notes that 7 million Italians know what digital radio is and that there are already more than one million receivers active in the market. The auto market is responding with 200 models with DAB radio, while in England, 65% of registered vehicles are equipped with a digital receiver.

RAJAR Data Indicate Continuing Increases in Digital Radio Listenership Across UK

Strong growth for DAB to 25.9 percent (up 9.3 percent) and internet/apps to 6.8 percent (up 6.3 percent). Nearly half of all UK households (49 percent) now have a digital radio set. Digital listening in car grows 52 percent, to 16 percent of hours in-car.

Four Things To Learn From The UK’s Radio Audience Figures

However, DAB digital radio - through a box that looks like a typical radio - is 25.9% of all radio listening; and it grew by 9.3% year-on-year.

Digital summit in Oslo

On June 11, several of Europe's leading radio operators will gather in Oslo to discuss the future of radio. Representatives of the radio industry in the Netherlands, Belgium and Poland will also give presentations on challenges and initiatives in their home countries.

Thriving digital listening opens up new opportunities

Simon Kilby, head of marketplace at Bauer Media: The growth in digital opportunities for advertisers is flourishing with over half of all radio listeners owning a DAB digital radio (52%). Crucially, UK digital radio listeners are 19% more likely to notice adverts on the radio than the average UK adult.