This year’s WorldDAB Award for Outstanding Service has been given to Jacqueline Bierhorst, Project Director of Digital Radio Netherlands.
The Award recognises an individual for an exceptional contribution to the roll-out of DAB digital radio and is made annually at the WorldDAB General Assembly.
This free to attend one-hour webinar: Broadcast radio’s role in cars of the future – beyond the headlines, will take a closer look at the data behind the headlines of the recent Edison Research Car Buyers Survey.
Broadcast radio continues to dominate as the most preferred source of in-car entertainment across the globe. Almost all (90%) of the survey respondents say a broadcast radio tuner should be standard equipment in every car, a trend that is consistent across age groups, indicating strong demand among current and future car buyers.
Leaders across the broadcast and automotive sectors yesterday called for continued collaboration between the two industries, at WorldDAB Automotive 2022 in London.
Speakers emphasised the importance of working together to ensure that radio retains its place at the centre of the connected dashboard, and to continue to offer the best possible audio experience for drivers.
All parts of the French radio industry came together to celebrate the medium at the second edition of the Fete de la Radio during the Paris Radio Show, held at La Seine Musicale earlier this month. Will Jackson & Jean-Marc Dubreuil look back at the digital radio highlights of the event.
Cars, cooperation, and a confidence about radio and audio were key themes of the Radiodays Europe conference. WorldDAB's Communications Manager, Will Jackson, looks back at the event from Malmö, Sweden.
Groups from across the United Kingdom are submitting applications for the third round of small-scale DAB licensing.
Small-scale DAB is an innovative technology which provides a low-cost way for local commercial, community and specialist music services to take to the digital airwaves.
WorldDAB Automotive 2022 is the industry event to attend and hear the very latest on the collaboration between radio broadcasters and car manufacturers to keep broadcast radio prominent in the car dash.