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 The latest HFCC conference was held in Bratislava from 26th- 30th August 2013. Alan Hutchinson of Babcock Ltd, a key member of the DRM Consortium offers his impression of the event. The HFCC brings together representatives from the world’s leading international broadcasters and facilitates the scheduling...

This year’s SET 2013 and Broadcast & Cable exhibition took place last month in Sao Paulo, Brazil. DRM were represented by Marcello Goedert who wrote this report: The 2013 SET (Brazilian Television Engineering Society) Congress and the Broadcast & Cable exhibitions took place in São Paulo...

DRM is already on the air in Chennai and the workshop organised together with BES on August 22nd was enthusiastically attended by local BES / AIR staff, receiver manufacturers and community broadcasters. . More here The audience comprised of AIR local staff, community stations, manufacturers of...

The Emergency Warning Feature is an integral key element of the Digital Radio Mondiale standard. Thanks to EWF, authorities can reach listeners in case of pending disasters without extra cost or effort on any device with built-in DRM digital radio functionality, even if all local...

The DRM Consortium’s trip to India had three main objectives:   To work closely with All India Radio on technical matters related to the DRM wealth of possibilities, such as the Emergency Warning and Alerts features  To hold a comprehensive DRM workshop in Chennai for a mix...

Jaguar Land Rover, one of the world’s leading car manufacturers, has become the latest company to join the DRM Consortium.  Jaguar Land Rover is part of Tata Motors, India's largest automobile company where DRM is the choice for radio digitisation and currently being rolled out...

Members of the DRM Consortium are to visit India again in August.  An “Emergency/Disaster Warning Workshop” hosted by AIR is planned for August 21st and another AIR DRM workshop in Chennai on August 22nd where DRM is already on the air.  DRM will have a...

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