Mexico

Last update: 01-10-2013 - older versions

In recent years, Mexico has tested several digital radio platforms. While there is support for digital radio via the DAB family of standards among some Mexican broadcasters, a Cofetel official says “The primary problem in Mexico is that here the L-Band is used for maritime transmissions and space communications.”
In 2010, the country’s broadcast regulator, Cofetel, decided on IBOC as Mexico’s primary digital radio platform, in line with its neighbour to the north, the USA.

Learn about the panorama of digital radio in Europe
06.07.2018 - Mexico - Mexico
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU)'s Market Insights Digital Radio 2018 published in February reported that the number of digital radio stations increased 23.7 percent (from 288 to 1,503 stations) in a single year, detailing the expansive progress of DAB+ across Europe.
From Media Telecom:

Grupo Radio Centro Reports Second Quarter and First Half 2012 Results
19.07.2012 - Mexico - Mexico
one of Mexico's leading radio broadcasting companies, announced today its results of operations for the second quarter and first half ended June 30, 2012. All figures were prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
From DigitalJournal.com (press release):

Mexican radio stations want digital switchover in 2015
16.11.2010 - Mexico - Mexico
Mexico's radio stations have asked the government to set the same 2015 deadline for the switch to digital radio as it has set for digital terrestrial TV, ...
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