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From 1st February a second DRM programme has been made available from the Radio Pulpit DRM test facility at Kameeldrift, north of Pretoria, digitally broadcasting in the former AM band at 1440 kHz transmitting.  Click here for the full Schedule...

Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM), the newest and most advanced global digital radio standard, is making steady progress in some of the major markets of Asia and Africa where broadcasters and regulators have recognised that the DRM system is the most suitable for covering their entire,...

The United Republic of Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) annual conference in Dar Es Salam celebrated 20 years of broadcast pluralism and the new broadcasting roadmap for Africa. About 200 delegates attended the two-day conference for discussions on radio and television developments, including digitisation of...

In December Brazilian public broadcaster Empresa Brasil de Comunicação (EBC), assisted by Brazilian DRM Platform chair Rafael Diniz, transmitted 60mW of DRM at 6.180kHz (Rádio Nacional da Amazônia’s lower frequency) via a 20db gain SW antenna from Brasilia. The signal was heard on a Morphy...

The Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM)™ Consortium, its members and partners will have the richest and most complete presence to date at the 21st International Broadcasting Engineering Society of India (BES) conference and exhibition on terrestrial and satellite broadcasting, held in New Delhi, India, between 15th...

The Voice of Hope Africa has announced the purchase a shortwave transmission facility in Lusaka, Zambia.  Broadcasting from this facility will soon be available to potentially millions of African listeners. The station will embrace all new technology and is particularly excited about the potential of...

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