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The World's first Diveemo live broadcast was showcased today Monday 13th September at the launch hosted by the DRM Consortium at IBC. Diveemo is the new small scale video service for Digital Radio Mondiale, a joint project between Fraunhofer IIS, Thomson Broadcast and Chengdu NewStar...

The DRM Consortium will use its stronger than ever presence at IBC to showcase the developments and potential of the DRM standard. Diveemo is the major new DRM development and visitors to the Thomson booth (1.D11) on Monday 13th September between 3pm and 5pm will...

India's public service broadcaster All India Radio (AIR) is putting into practice its plans for digitalisation of radio and has placed a global tender notice for the procurement of several DRM digital transmitters. AIR has invited bids for the supply of 34 new MW transmitters,...

Continental Electronics will supply a quantity of 4 each 250 kW HF DRM-ready transmitters and associated equipment to the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Information (MOI) through First Gulf Company of Riyadh. First Gulf will construct an entirely new HF station where the transmitters, antennas, and other equipment...

[caption id="attachment_1346" align="alignleft" width="368"] Picture: Jens Schroeder, RFmondial, Hal Kneller, Nautel and Alexander Zink, Fraunhofer IIS[/caption] DRM members had a successful Broadcast Asia conference in Singapore from 15th to 18th June 2010.  Three mini-DRM events were held at the show, two at the Nautel booth and one at...

London, 24th June 2010: The DRM Consortium has produced a new up-to-date Broadcasters’ User Guide (BUG) intended to provide a source of relevant and authoritative information on the full DRM Digital Radio broadcasting system. It is aimed at broadcasters considering the transition from analogue to...

After extensive investigation and modification work on their antenna system and the DRM transmitter, SÜDWESTRUNDFUNK (SWR)  have re-started DRM transmission from their medium wave transmitter site of Obereisesheim, which is located about 50 km north of Stuttgart, Germany. The transmission started on May 31 on...

Broadcast Australia and Radio-Television Malaysia (RTM) have recently bought new DRM- ready short wave transmitters. Both broadcasters have chosen the same state-of-the-art Continental Model 418G-DRM transmitters for this upgrade. Broadcast Australia has asked Continental Electronics to supply two new DRM-ready 100 kilowatt transmitters for two of...

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