04 May Access To Information On Digital Radio Now Easier On The New DRM Website
London, 04th May 2010: Information about Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) will now be easier to find and more accessible with the launching of the DRM Consortium’s new user-friendly and easy-to-navigate website. tmp.drm.org is online with new added information such as ‘What Is DRM Digital Radio?’ ‘What does it Sound Like?’ and ‘How Does it Work?’ and a whole host of new features which make it the one stop solution for all DRM related information.
The new website has a dedicated members’ area where all those who are part of the DRM Consortium can share information, take part in discussions, access databases and search and upload documents. It also provides extremely useful details of the system with the recently updated Broadcasters’ User Guide.
Since the DRM system has now been extended to include DRM+ (for frequencies up to 174 MHz), there was demand for more and updated information which has now been added to the new website. The Executive summary of the DRM system is available in seven languages. All those interested will also find the FAQs feature very useful and informative and those looking to find updated information on live DRM broadcasts around the world can also find it on the homepage. Regular features like DRM newsletters and events information are also prominent on the new website.
“It was long overdue that we provided a more updated and complete website for our members and supporters and for all those seeking information on DRM, and we hope that this new website will fulfil all these needs. It will always be work-in-progress as new material will be added constantly. We hope that as DRM30 and DRM+ attract increased interest and get adopted globally, the website will reflect all these developments and will become the strong communication tool for DRM digital radio it is intended to be” said DRM Chairperson, Ruxandra Obreja.
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