15 Sep DW And BBC Join Forces On DRM
London, UK – Two of the worldâ€™s major international broadcasters, BBC World Service and Deutsche Welle, have just announced plans to launch a joint radio service to Europe on DRM Shortwave. The new stream, which will be entirely in English, is expected to go live in early 2009. Broadcast in clear digital quality, it will be available from early morning till late at night targetting Western and Central Europe and a potential audience of 170 million listeners with global news and current affairs and a rich mix of in-depth analysis, documentaries and cultural programmes. The service will provide a multimedia offer of audio and text, the latter coming automatically from the BBC News website. Click here to read more.