Belgium

French-speaking Belgium regulator receives 126 applications for DAB+ licences
11.04.2019 - Belgium - Belgium
The list of applicants has been published on the CSA website. The CSA will now assess the applications based on their feasibility and contribution to the diversity of the radio landscape and will publish its decision by no later than 16 July 2019.
From Conseil supérieur de l'audiovisuel Belgium:

Call for tenders leads to over 130 applications in French-speaking Belgium
26.03.2019 - Belgium - Belgium
The CSA's call for application which closed on 16 March marked the first time the Walloon regulator issued a call for tenders for both DAB+ and FM frequencies.
From Radio.nl:

Test Achats demands longer transition period for digital switchover in Belgium
21.03.2019 - Belgium - Belgium
The Belgian non-profit organisation has suggested a ten-year transition period for the completion of the digital switchover, in order not to render FM receivers - which are still being sold - unusable.
From Sud Info:

New frequency plan includes DAB+ for local stations
28.02.2019 - Belgium - Belgium
In what is considered as an historical evolution in the South Belgian radio landscape, the Conseil supérieur de l’audiovisuel has issued a tender for both FM and DAB+ frequencies. This move reflects the region’s ongoing transition toward digital. The tender was launched Jan 15 and has a deadline of March 16. To facilitate the process, the CSA has organized four information sessions for local stations and one for networks.
From Radio World:

DAB+ population coverage in Belgium to reach 97% in September
13.02.2019 - Belgium - Belgium
As part of World Radio Day, CEO of maRadio.be Francis Goffin unveiled the first figures on the deployment of digital radio in Belgium. 95% of the Belgian population is currently covered by DAB+, and it is expected that by September 2019, 97% of the population will be covered.
From La Libre:

EU digital radio rules in spotlight at Brussels Motor Show
20.01.2019 - Belgium - Belgium
Policy makers, broadcasters and car makers gathered at the ongoing Brussels Motor Show on Friday to raise awareness of new EU rules requiring all new car radios to be capable of receiving digital terrestrial radio within two years. The European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) entered into force on 20 December 2018. EU Member States have two years from this date to transpose the code into national legislation.
From Asia Radio Today:

All new cars soon to have DAB+
18.01.2019 - Belgium - Belgium
Speaking at the press event held at the Brussels Motor Show, Walloon Minister of Media Jean-Claude Marcourt stated that DAB+ presents numerous advantages, including but not limited to better listening quality and a higher number of radio stations to choose from.
From DH:

All new cars to be equipped with a DAB+ radio receiver within two years
18.01.2019 - Belgium - Belgium
All new cars in Europe are to be equipped with a radio receiver compatible with DAB+, the digital radio which is due to gradually succeed FM broadcasting. The green light, under the European Electronic Communications Code, was officially given on Friday during the Brussels Motor Show press conference, which brought together several industry leaders to highlight the EU's directive.
From The Brussels Times:

New radio standard DAB+ to replace FM in all new cars
18.01.2019 - Belgium - Belgium
All new cars in Europe will need to be equipped with a radio receiver compatible with DAB+, which will gradually succeed the FM broadcast. The launch of the European Electronic Communications Code was made official during the press day of the Brussels Motor Show. EU Member States now have two years to transpose this code into their national legislation.
From Tendances:

EU digital radio rules in spotlight at Brussels Motor Show
WorldDAB Members News - 18.01.2019 - European Broadcasting Union (EBU) - AUDI AG - Belgium - Belgium - United Kingdom - United Kingdom
Policy makers, broadcasters and car makers are gathered at the Brussels Motor Show on Friday 18 January to raise awareness of new EU rules requiring all new car radios to be capable of receiving digital terrestrial radio within two years. The European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) entered into force on 20 December 2018, and EU Member States have two years from this date to transpose the code into national legislation.
From WorldDAB: