Serbia - Current situation - History

26.10.2018

A Trial Regional DAB+ Multiplex went on air 24 October 2018, covering Belgrade and the surroundig area. More than 2 million people are covered by the Trial DAB+ multiplex.

The Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Society announced that Serbia would digitise broadcast radio and TV by 2015. The Ministry of Telecommunications, the Ministry of Culture and Media, the Broadcasting Agency and the Republican Agency for Telecommunications were working on a common strategy.   

Former Yugoslav republics to discuss the introduction of DAB+

Representatives of regulatory authorities from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro are exploring the introduction of DAB+ services following a conference in Sarajevo in order to exchange experiences and discuss the challenges for the future. While DAB + in Slovenia is the only former Yugoslav republic already in regular operation, Croatia have been testing for the last year. The other Balkan states have expressed interest.

24.10.2018

The Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Society announced that Serbia would digitise broadcast radio and TV by 2015. The Ministry of Telecommunications, the Ministry of Culture and Media, the Broadcasting Agency and the Republican Agency for Telecommunications were working on a common strategy. There have been no further recent developments.  

Former Yugoslav republics to discuss the introduction of DAB+

Representatives of regulatory authorities from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro are exploring the introduction of DAB+ services following a conference in Sarajevo in order to exchange experiences and discuss the challenges for the future. While DAB + in Slovenia is the only former Yugoslav republic already in regular operation, Croatia have been testing for the last year. The other Balkan states have expressed interest.

18.05.2018

The Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Society announced that Serbia would digitise broadcast radio and TV by 2015. The Ministry of Telecommunications, the Ministry of Culture and Media, the Broadcasting Agency and the Republican Agency for Telecommunications were working on a common strategy. There have been no further recent developments.