How to join

WorldDAB membership is open to companies and organisations considering the use of the DAB family of standards (DAB, DAB+, DMB) for the broadcast of digital radio or mobile TV.

Over 80 international organisations that reflect the whole digital radio value chain of the digital radio industry are currently WorldDAB members and the list continues to grow.

From silicon solution providers, to automotive representatives to country roll-out bodies WorldDAB taps into its members’ network to provide support to new markets in Europe and Asia Pacific and provides an opportunity for your company to build close relationships with fellow WorldDAB member organisations.

Companies considering WorldDAB membership must first agree to the Statutes before being considered for WorldDAB membership. WorldDAB Statutes

To find out more about joining WorldDAB including information on the membership fee, information is available on request. A reduced fee is available for companies with fewer than 6 employees. Broadcasters, academic institutions and governmental bodies in developing nations qualify for a discount of up to 75% on the membership fee.  Email the Project Office to find out more about joining.

Membership Application Form

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Latest GfK Statistics up to Q2 2017 now available

The current GfK statistics on market growth in 9 key countries up to June 2017 are now available to view. Covering Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Sweden and Norway, the report covers digital radio sales, digital radio penetration in the radio market, and car radio digital radio after-market sales figures.

Digital Radio Receivers

Find out about the hundreds of DAB/ DAB+ devices on the market with prices starting as low as 20 Euro (25 USD) consumers have plenty of choice when choosing what receiver to listen to their favourite digital radio stations on, whether at home, on the move or in-car.

Country Information

Find out where the DAB/DAB+ is on air and detailed information on market status, services on air, network coverage and maps, regulation, national marketing initiatives, digital radio in-car, receiver penetration and emergency broadcasting scenarios.

Join WorldDAB

Join WorldDAB, the global industry forum for digital radio professionals, facilitating the implementation of broadcast radio based on DAB, DAB+.