24 Apr DRM Representation at the NAB London
London, UK – â€œRadio on the Move â€“ Developments and Challenges of Digital Radio in Europeâ€ is the title of one of the workshop sessions at the National Association Broadcast (NAB) Europe in London. DRM representative and BBC Head of Transmission and Distribution, Mr. Nigel Fry will participate in the workshop which will take place on Monday 27th of October from 12:00 oâ€™clock until 13:15. Nigel Fry stated: â€œ I believe the session has the unique opportunity to provide an overview of the current situation of the digital radio in Europe. Already successfully implemented in the UK, digital radio brings to the listeners not only a better quality sound but also a larger choice of content.â€ Digital Radio Mondiale is one of the digital radio system available all around the globe. DRM is the world’s only open standard, digital system for short-wave, medium-wave/AM and long-wave with the ability to use existing frequencies and bandwidth across the globe. While DRM currently covers the broadcasting bands below 30 MHz, the DRM consortium voted in March 2005 to begin the process of extending the system to the broadcasting bands up to 120 MHz.