Australia

SCA Backed Kinderling digital radio to pilot childcare centre show
WorldDAB Members News - 26.07.2017 - Commercial Radio Australia - Australia - Australia
Kinderling, which was launched by Southern Cross in 2015, won Best Digital Radio Format prize at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards last year and claims an average weekly listenership of 200,000. The Play & Learn program is designed to enhance ...
From MuMbrella:

SCA's Kinderling Partners With G8 Education For New Program
WorldDAB Members News - 26.07.2017 - Commercial Radio Australia - Australia - Australia
A first within Australia's DAB radio space, the initiative will see the Southern Cross Austereo-backed station run a program specifically dedicated to auditory learning activities for a 10-week trial period in 24 centres across Victoria, South ...
From B&T:

New radio program for pre-schoolers could disrupt DAB+ market share
WorldDAB Members News - 26.07.2017 - Commercial Radio Australia - Australia - Australia
Kinderling Kids Radio has partnered with ASX-listed G8 Education to roll out its newest program, Play & Learn. “Kinderling is a wonderful example of how more diversity and choice can be offered using DAB+ broadcast technology and a leader in innovation within Australia’s digital radio space. We commend the development of this outstanding approach to the provision of engaging and educational audio for young Australians, showcasing what is possible with digital radio.” say's Joan Warner, Chief Executive of Commercial Radio Australia.
From radioinfo.com.au:

Digital Radio ratings: Coles, Buddha and ABC brands most popular
19.07.2017 - Australia - Australia
Commercial Radio Australia released the separate audience data from GfK for digital radio (DAB+).The biggest cume audience 10+ in the Sydney market for regular radio broadcasts is Nova with 974,000. However, the biggest DAB+ cume audience 10+ in Sydney is 82,000 listening to Coles Radio.
From Mediaweek (registration):

Digital Radio proves popular in 2017
18.07.2017 - Australia - Australia
The small number of car manufacturers dragging their feet on offering digital radio (DAB+) should take note of new Australian radio listenership data released today by GfK. It’s estimated that about 40% of new vehicles sold in Australia feature digital radio. So which of the car manufacturers are taking their time making digital radio available in their cars?
From Behind the Wheel:

Sydney continues its love affair with digital radio
WorldDAB Members News - 18.07.2017 - Commercial Radio Australia - Australia - Australia
The DAB+ summary report shows the cumulative audience for digital only stations, which is the total number of different (unique) people who listen to a DAB+ only radio station in that market for at least eight minutes (one quarter-hour), in a defined period.
From Radioinfo:

BMW 520i with DAB
17.07.2017 - Australia - Australia
The 520i comes equipped with the Luxury Line styling pack with Navigation Professional with 10.25-inch touchscreen display, 12-speaker sound system, DAB+ digital radio and wireless smartphone charging.
From caradvice:

Survey shows radio as most trusted media
WorldDAB Members News - 03.07.2017 - Commercial Radio Australia - Australia - Australia
The GfK Radio Insights study found 42% of respondents surveyed consider radio trustworthy, with a wide gap to TV (24%), online (18%) and newspapers/magazines (15%).
From radioinfo:

2017 Audi S5 Coupe 3.0 TFSI quattro with DAB+
WorldDAB Members News - 02.07.2017 - AUDI AG - Australia - Australia
The new A5 Coupe with a sporty twist. Standard gear includes Bluetooth, navigation, DAB+ digital radio and a 10-speaker sound system.
From Drive:

Honda Civic Type R 2017
30.06.2017 - Australia - Australia
Standard equipment includes a 7.0-inch touchscreen multimedia system with DAB digital radio and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto support.
From CarsGuide: