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DRM Chair Ruxandra Obreja features on the BBC’s Digital Planet podcast

At the recent virtual DRM General Assembly participants from all continents reviewed the intense and successful activities of 2019-2020. Here is a selection and reminder of these activities promoted by DRM members and experts at events held across the globe. DRM Highlights Across the Globe  ...

In times of coronavirus radio comes into its own with its great presence enhanced by existing benefits while future applications can become as useful as audio; is the topic of DRM Chair, Ruxandra Obreja's blog in RadioWorld....

  The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has just published their final 55-page Report on the Future Delivery of Radio this month (March 2020) based on 22 submissions (including one sent by the DRM Consortium) to their initial Consultation issued in May 2019. ACMA concludes that due...

  Author: Gerhard Straub On February 4 of this year, the United States Agency for Global Media’s (“USAGM”) Office of Cuba Broadcasting (“OCB”), in cooperation with USAGM’s Office of Technology, Services, and Innovation (“TSI”), began DRM test transmissions from the Edward R. Murrow transmitting station in Greenville,...

  Author: Neale Bateman Despite a slow decline over the past two decades, the use of High Frequency (shortwave) bands for national and international radio broadcasting remains a uniquely effective and efficient medium for reaching millions of listeners with a single transmitter. The physics of why shortwave transmissions...

  Last Friday the first group of 30 engineering professionals of Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (PBC) successfully completed their 5-day training on Digital Radio Migration (DRM) technology, becoming the “torch bearers for implementation of the digitisation project” (according to a PBC press release). This was a week-long workshop...