IZT expands its support for digital radio

IZT expands its comprehensive support for Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) applications adding new features to its high performance S1000 signal generator family.

EBU joins Swedish Radio in condemning Government u-turn on DAB+

News that the Swedish government is to postpone the development of a digital terrestrial network has been widely criticised as 'short-sighted and retrograde' by public service broadcasters across Europe.

TPEG featured at WorldDMB European Automotive Event

TPEG was presented as a successful example of Traffic Forecast services at the WorldDMB European Event held in Brussels.

Dutch radio auction will issue licenses for 10 years

Dutch commercial radio licenses are to be auctioned again, with the new licenses carrying a term of ten years. The licenses concern those for the use of spectrum in the AM and FM band, and the digital distribution of ether via DAB.

Mi-Soul goes live in London on digital radio

A new station is available on DAB today as Mi-Soul launches in London. Mi-Soul has been streaming for over three years, but this is the first time it has been made available on terrestrial radio.

Tivoli Audio attends the ‘Day of Digital Radio’ event

Tivoli Audio attended the Digital Radio Symposium event along with representatives from Fiat Chysler Automotive Group, Digital Radio UK and Digital Radio NL.

Swedish government to follow international development of DAB, with a focus on Norway

“It’s regrettable for the Swedish radio audience that the expansion of digital radio has been postponed. The FM band is full and there will be a need for a terrestrial broadcasting network for a long time forward. Internet-based IP radio will be important, but will never replace a terrestrial network” says Cilla Benkö, the director-general of Sweden’s public radio broadcaster Sveriges Radio.

BBC Coverage Expands with 5 New National DAB Transmitters

The BBC has launched a further five national DAB transmitters, bringing the total number of transmitters to 319 and serving more than 96 per cent of homes in total.

Dutch most successful in DAB+ launch

The Netherlands has had a successful launch of DAB+ radio, according to a study by GfK.

Cilla Benkö comments on the Swedish Government’s decision regarding DAB

“In countries such as Norway and Denmark, where the digital terrestrial network is used with full force in a competitive market, we are seeing the radio audience increase both in terms of user numbers and listening time. This is because the radio audience has new and exciting stations to listen to. We are not seeing any corresponding increase in listening in Sweden.”