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The DRM Consortium is pleased to announce the completion of a very successful DRM+ trial and workshop in Sri Lanka last week. The Consortium is extremely grateful to the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka (TRC), the Sri Lankan Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC), Germany’s international broadcaster,...

The DRM Consortium is pleased to announce a DRM+ trial and workshop in Sri Lanka. The Consortium has joined forces with the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka (TRC), the Sri Lankan Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC), Germany’s international broadcaster, Deutsche Welle and the Asian-Pacific Broadcasting Union...

The DRM Consortium has written to the Communications Committee chaired by Lord Fowler who expressed a fear that the digital switchover in the UK would render millions of FM radios useless by introducing a solution that does not fit everyone. The Consortium raised the possibility...

BBC World Service and Deutsche Welle (DW) are launching a new Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) digital radio channel for South Asia. The channel will carry a four hour daily broadcast that includes the best international programmes in English and Hindi from BBC World Service and...

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...