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Author: DRM Project Office

Digital Radio, DRM, has an important role to play by using some of its innovative, integrated features and possibilities to deliver education in Africa, as 40% of Africans are under 15 and education needs to equip African children with the knowledge and skills necessary to...

The new broadcast schedules, valid from March 31, 2024, are now available via schedule.drm.org. Please let the Project Office know of any changes as we rely on our members and supporters in making sure the schedules are accurate and updated.  Please send changes to: projectoffice@drm.org. Our thanks...

In the preparatory weeks of the DRM General Assembly new European companies have joined the not-for-profit international organisation.   The Bulgarian company Spaceline is a modern broadcasting airtime and technology services provider with global coverage. They have proven experience in innovative radio-transmission technology at national and international...

Shortwave hasn’t remained unchanged from previous decades. Just like other broadcast techniques, shortwave has also been digitized (in this case using Digital Radio Mondiale). The extra benefits of digitised shortwave like excellent sound, coverage, energy efficiency and possibility of delivering emergency warnings are presented by...

DRM Consortium Vice-Chairman, Dr Simon Keens, attended the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union's DBS (Digital Broadcasting Symposium) 20th annual conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, between March 4th - 7th. In his presentation “DRM: Digital Radio Over Any Distance” the Ampegon senior manager summarised the features and benefits...

Radio and cars are in focus again after the recent UNESCO call upon governments, regulatory bodies, the technology and automotive industries, and all members of the global radio community “to put safeguards in place to ensure that radio continues to thrive, and to protect the...