Tweaked Hyundai i40 launched with DAB digital radio

The Korean car maker has also updated and improved the 7-inch infotainment system that’s said to have better functionality plus a new DAB radio. The standard system has also been improved and there’s now a TFT LCD dashboard display.

Sound Digital publishes it’s commitment to expanding national radio choice

Sound Digital Ltd has taken the opportunity of follow-up comments to confirm its commitment to providing a second national DAB multiplex in a six page document published today.

Countries around Europe are now considering the future of radio

At the Geneva Motor Show 2015, the automobile industry will be able to tune in to a variety of DAB+ services from the public broadcast SRG-SSR and from the commercial broadcasters, reports WorldDMB news. Switzerland is committed to digital radio and is one of the countries currently discussing switching off FM, following the announcement of the first FM switch off which will take place in Norway in 2017 (or latest 2019).

Automotive adoption of DAB accelerating rapidly across Europe and Asia Pacific

WorldDMB today releases its latest research on digital radio in cars. The aim of the research is to highlight the growth of DAB digital radio adoption and show the commitment by the automotive and broadcasting industries to provide better in-car listening.

WorldDMB tracks drivers of growth of in-car digital radio

WorldDMB today releases its latest research on digital radio in cars. The aim of the research is to highlight the growth of DAB digital radio adoption and show the commitment by the automotive and broadcasting industries to provide better in-car listening. The WorldDMB DAB/DAB+ digital radio automotive infographic covers progress in Australia, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland and the UK.

DR P4 can now be heard on DAB+

P4 is already Denmark's most listened to radio channel, but the channel could only be heard on FM and on the internet. From today, you can now listen on DAB+.

Staying in analog radio is a dead end: Digital Broadcasting Summit KL

Transmission expert Les Sabel told broadcast managers and engineers that staying in analog transmission is a “dead end.” Sabel, a technical consultant for World DMB, was speaking at a workshop on Digital Radio in the lead up to the official opening of the Digital Broadcasting Summit, in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow.

A-ha! At last, a digital solution for local radio

Ten local and community stations will be invited to participate in the trial, which Ofcom is calling “small-scale DAB”. It will determine how small radio stations can make the jump from FM to digital, following in the footsteps of the fictional North Norfolk Digital, employer of the equally fictional Alan Partridge, above, to free the frequencies for other uses.

Austria: DAB+ Tests Scheduled to Begin in April

Vienna—DAB+ tests, now scheduled to last a year, will start in Vienna this April. Several commercial stations and the Austrian public broadcaster ORF will be on the system.

Countries around Europe are now considering the future of radio and ensuring …

At the Geneva Motor Show 2015, the automobile industry will be able to tune in to a variety of DAB+ services from the public broadcast SRG-SSR and from the commercial broadcasters, reports WorldDMB news. Switzerland is committed to digital radio and is one of the countries currently discussing switching off FM, following the announcement of the first FM switch off which will take place in Norway in 2017 (or latest 2019).