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€ŒÂ¡Viva La Rà Dio!€ Digital Radio Mondiale At NAB Europe

Barcelona, Spain – From the 4th to the 6th November, “¡Viva la Ràdio!” is the theme of the 15th NAB European Radio Conference taking place at Hotel Arts Barcelona “¡Viva la Ràdio!” is “in other words,” said the NAB organisers, “working together to keep radio...

Taking place about once every four years, the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) is considered as one of the most important events for radiocommunication industry representatives, government’s representatives and observers from international organizations. Organized by ITU, WRC 2007 takes place in Geneva from the 22th of...

30-Sep-07 Long-time DRM member Deutsche Welle broadcasts English-language programs in DRM digital quality on 17525kHz from 05.00 to 06.00 UTC to the East part of Asia. The DRM Consortium welcomes an increasing broadcast to the Asian continent. Click here to see the Live Broadcast DRM Schedule...

24-Aug-07 The latest DRM capable, multi-standard consumer products will arrive at the DRM stand (Hall 10, Stand 411) at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam on September 7 -11.Click here to read more...

13-Aug-07 "DRM 30 is ready! DRM + is coming" is the key message of Digital Radio Mondiale for one of the world´s largest consumer electronics trade shows, IFA in Berlin. This year DRM is featured in IFA´s Science and Technology Forum (TWF) in hall 5.3, stand...

13-Jul-07 July 07 - Long time DRM member Deutsche Welle broadcasts English-language programs in DRM digital quality on MW and SW to India with immediate effect. In large parts of the Indian subcontinent the DW transmissions can now be heard in FM like quality. Successful DRM...

02-Jul-07 Brussels, 2.7. 2007 – The in-depth consideration of the short wave spectrum bands taking place at the ITU World Radiocommunication Conference 2007 (WRC 07) may potentially impact relevant EU audiovisual and transport policies. In a communication from the European Commission (COM 2007 -371), DRM technology...