DRM Webinars in English and Portuguese

The DRM Consortium is running two webinars, in English and Portuguese, on the reasons why choose DRM for digitising all frequencies, showing it is the most economical and best option. Senior members of the DRM Consortium from around the world will be presenting these special features and giving answers to some of the frequently asked questions on this topic.

The first webinar on 19th June 1100-1200 Brasilia time (1400GMT/ UTC), organized in conjunction with the DRM Brazil Platform/Association, addresses for the very first time Brazilian and Portuguese speaking markets. . The discussion will be dealing with issues of interest in Brazil and the current debate on digitization like: DRM a solution for AM (SW, MW) and FM, what is needed to start digital transmissions and the benefits of the DRM standard. Ruxandra Obreja , Chair of the DRM Consortium, says : “ It is crucial for all broadcasters, regulators, manufacturers and everyone involved in shaping or interested in the digital future of their country to be aware and understand the benefits of migrating with DRM, which is the only global, open digital audio broadcasting standard for all frequencies. After the short presentation sessions, which you can watch for free from the comfort of your own PC, we will hold a Q& A session to answer your questions. As a global standard we want to have this intimate but worldwide conversation with all those interested to find out more about DRM and digital radio in general”.

The second webinar on June 24th targets English speakers and will be held from 1230 to 1330 GMT with a focus on why DRM+ is an excellent solution for public, commercial and community stations.

To register for these two free webinars, view the list of topics discussed and speakers involved, please visit (English speaking Invitation) or (Portuguese speaking Invitation). All confirmed registrants will receive an e-mail before the webinar with the joining details. Please direct any questions or feedback to projectoffice@drm.org .



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