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London, UK - The BBC and Deutsche Welle (DW) are launching a new Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) digital radio channel for Europe tomorrow, 10th Dec 2008. The channel would be an 18-hour daily broadcast of the best international programmes in English from the BBC World Service and DW. It will also...

Bali, Indonesia - The Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) is holding its 45th General Assembly and associated meetings on the world's largest archipelago, Indonesia from the 19th until 25th of November. Senior representatives of the DRM consortium will strenghten the benefits of the DRM technologie...

Nigeria, Africa - DRM Member Thomson Broadcast & Multimedia showcases its latest DRM offerings at the Africast exhibition in Abuja, Nigeria, taking place from October 21-23. The Thomson stand will be featuring live DRM demonstrations with the latest digital receiver sets as well as a wide variety...

Enjoy the latest updated section  about DRM+. DRM+ is the extension of DRM to Frequencies up to 120MHz. Furthermore the DRM+ presentation provides you with  all the relevant information about this system, its capacities and data applications as well as the transmission and the DRM+ field trials. Click here to...

Long time DRM Member All India Radio started on 2nd of October regular DRM tests from Khampur, Delhi (India) into Europe. The frequency is 9950 kHz and you can hear the DRM transmission from 17:45 – 22:30 UTC. More information on our DRM Live Broadcast Schedule....

London, UK - On September 12th, WorldDMB and the European Broadcasting Union announced the publication of a set of minimum features and functions for digital radio receivers across European countries whose broadcasters are using DAB, DAB+ or DMB.  Whilst DRM and DRM+ were not in...

London, UK - Two of the world’s major international broadcasters, BBC World Service and Deutsche Welle, have just announced plans to launch a joint radio service to Europe on DRM Shortwave. The new stream, which will be entirely in English, is expected to go live in...

London, UK - On Saturday 13th September, the BBC World Service will be replacing its normal evening DRM broadcasts on medium wave (1296 kHz) and short wave (5895 kHz and 5875 kHz) with a special broadcast of http://www.bbc.co.uk/proms/2008/lastnight/. The Last Night of the Proms, at the Royal Albert...

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