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Expat radio stations still thriving despite the internet
30.08.2015 - Australia - Australia - Switzerland - Switzerland - Belgium - Belgium - Thailand - Thailand
Expat stations have many problems: not least, non-existent or fatally flawed research figures, and sometimes quite draconian broadcast law and ownership rules that differ from ‘back home’. That said, there are significant opportunities with new technologies, like DAB+ and online, to better serve expat communities.
From radioinfo:

Expat radio Radio X goes DAB+
16.06.2015 - Belgium - Belgium
Radio X CEO Paul Heath: "By broadcasting on DAB we are providing an ideal platform for our listeners and future listeners."
From Expatica Belguim:

Radio X broadcasts on DAB+ on Norkring network
WorldDAB Members News - 08.06.2015 - Norkring, Telenor - Belgium - Belgium
Radio X, the English language commercial station in Brussels will begin broadcasting on DAB+ through the Norkring network from mid August.
From Radio X:

Media minister to investigate the future of DAB+ in Belgium
WorldDAB Members News - 04.06.2015 - Norkring, Telenor - Belgium - Belgium
Belgium Minister for Culture, Sven Gatz has spoken about the future of DAB+ in Belgium in light of the planned switch off of FM in Norway in 2017. "It is important that the transition happens smoothly."
From Norkring:

English broadcaster to launch on DAB+
02.06.2015 - Belgium - Belgium
Radio X, the English-speaking commercial radio station for Belgium, based in Brussels, has announced it will start broadcasting on DAB+ digital radio from this summer - eventually reaching around 8 million homes.
From Radio X:

English broadcaster to launch on Belgium DAB+
01.06.2015 - Belgium - Belgium
Radio X, the English-speaking commercial radio station for Belgium, based in Brussels, has announced it will start broadcasting on DAB+ digital radio from this summer - eventually reaching around 8 million homes.
From mediainfo:

Commercial DAB+ launched at the WorldDMB European Automotive Event
21.05.2015 - Belgium - Belgium
"The future of radio is digital." said Minister of Media Sven Gatz as he launched the first DAB+ commercial radio services in and around Brussels at the WorldDMB European Automotive Event, held today at the Autoworld Museum in Brussels. There are now 7 commercial radios (TOPradio, VBRO Radio, Radio Maria, Radio FG, Radio City, Family Radio and ClubFM) available digitally. These stations join the 16 DAB stations currently offered by VRT and RTBF.
From Norkring:

Digital radio reaches a tipping point in Europe - broadcasters call for digital radio as standard in cars
WorldDAB News - 20.05.2015 - Norkring, Telenor - Belgium - Belgium
At the WorldDMB European Automotive Event held today in Brussels, broadcasters from across Europe called for digital radio to be fitted as standard in all cars to give drivers access to the benefits of digital radio services. The last six months have seen a stream of political developments across Europe in support of digital radio.
From WorldDMB:

Norkring to launch DAB+ in Brussels 20 May
11.05.2015 - Belgium - Belgium
... Radio FG, Radiostad, Familie Radio and ClubFM will be available from two transmitters, with Norkring planning a total 20 transmitters to cover all of Flanders and Brussels. The public broadcasters RTBF and VRT already have 16 DAB channels available.
From Telecompaper (subscription):

Norkring to launch DAB+ at WorldDMB European Automotive Event
WorldDAB News - 08.05.2015 - Norkring, Telenor - Belgium - Belgium
Leading provider of broadcasting services in the Nordic region will be launching DAB+ in and around Brussels at the WorldDMB European Automotive Event in Brussels on 20th May. Minister of Media Sven Gatz will officially preside over the launch.
From Norkring: