“DRM Showcase Day” (September 16th) at IBC 2023 – Remote Attendance Announced

 “DRM Showcase Day” (September 16th) at IBC 2023 – Remote Attendance Announced

On September 16th the DRM Consortium (  is planning for a full day of DRM activities at IBC 2023 (Welcome – IBC2023) which can be attended in person or remotely.

The first event is a “Meet and Greet” event at 1030 in Hall 8 booth B.80 (Fraunhofer IIS) at the RAI exhibition site in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

This will be followed by the main event: “DRM Showcase”, hosted in one of the top meeting rooms at the heart of the exhibition centre (G105), 1.00-3.00 pm (local time, CEST). If you want to join the DRM lunch in person, please contact:

If you cannot travel to Amsterdam this year, you can attend the main DRM event virtually by registering at:

In the relaxed atmosphere of a DRM lunch event, guests will see concrete samples of the DRM activities around the world and be witness to important announcements premiered at IBC. You will also meet some of our DRM experts representing companies like: Ampegon, BBC, CML Microcircuits/Cambridge Consultants, Encompass Media Services, Gospell, Fraunhofer IIS, Nautel, RFmondial, Starwaves and other DRM key representatives.

One of the announcements will be about the world’s most versatile Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) module for consumer broadcast receivers. CML Microcircuits and Cambridge Consultants are expected to announce the full availability of their DRM1000 digital broadcast receiver module, a complete ‘antenna-to-audio’ solution providing a fast, low cost and low power means of achieving mass market receivers of AM, FM, and DRM broadcasts worldwide.

The DRM Chairman, Ruxandra Obreja, thinks that: “in the busy and noisy IBC environment the DRM Consortium will bring something fresh. A lunch event is a new format for us, which should inform and strengthen the conviction of those attending that, in the present media environment, digital broadcasting has an important role to play. DRM is complete, robust, and global. It can offer in all broadcasting bands unique services (like emergency warning and distance learning), while saving energy costs, spectrum and delivering full-country coverage.”