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Croatia enters second of year of DAB+ trials
05.12.2018 - Croatia - Croatia
Croatia is going into its second year of trials with DAB+ with an extended number of radio stations participating. The council also extended the deadline for the call for expression of interest in DAB+ to December 14, 2018.
From Agency for Electronic Media:

Former Yugoslav republics to discuss the introduction of DAB+
23.10.2018 - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Croatia - Croatia - Serbia - Serbia - North Macedonia - North Macedonia - Montenegro - Montenegro - Slovenia - Slovenia
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.
From Communcations Regulatory Agency BH:

Former Yugoslav republics to discuss the introduction of DAB+
23.10.2018 - North Macedonia - North Macedonia - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Croatia - Croatia - Serbia - Serbia - Montenegro - Montenegro - Slovenia - Slovenia
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.
From Satellifax:

Connected Car Awards for Opel Insignia and Opel Vivaro Life
17.01.2018 - Croatia - Croatia
he latest generation IntelliLink system, with voice command and an eight-inch color touch screen, is compatible with Apple's CarPlay and Android Auto features, bringing the world of smartphones to the car. In addition, DAB+ significantly increases the number of available radio stations that can be heard with quality reception.
From Auto Blog:

Digital radio in Croatia does not mean extinguishing technology
20.12.2017 - Croatia - Croatia
OiV on November 20 this year launched test broadcasting in digital broadcasting aimed at popularizing a new digital radio platform based on DAB+ technology that is already widely used in other countries.
From Lider:

Factum Radioscape and OIV bring DAB+ to Croatia
WorldDAB Members News - 29.11.2017 - Factum Radioscape - Croatia - Croatia
Factum Radioscape are proud to have partnered broadcaster, OiV, in launching 16 new DAB+ services in Zagreb and 8 other Croatian counties.
From Factum Radioscape (Press Release):

Croatia gets new DAB+ Mux network
22.11.2017 - Croatia - Croatia
A test of a new DAB multiplex transmitter network started on Nov. 20 in Croatia. At least four transmitters are operating in Sljeme, Ivanščica, Mirkovica and Učka.
From Radio magazine:

Croatia starts testing digital radio
21.11.2017 - Croatia - Croatia
Croatia has officially launched the test phase of digital radio broadcasting, offering better quality reception and more stations for more than 2 million listeners. According to Mate Botica, Board Member and Director of network operator Odasiljaci i ...
From Telecompaper:

Radio Kaj to go DAB+
21.11.2017 - Croatia - Croatia
From Monday, 20 November 2017, Radio Kaj, broadcasts via digital transmitters from Sljeme, Ivančica, Učka and Mirkovica, and is available on the digital terrestrial platform of DAB + emitters and connections in an area where two million people live.
From Radio Kaj:

DAB+ has arrived in Croatia: What it means for stations and what for listeners
21.11.2017 - Croatia - Croatia
Minister of Sea, Transport and Infrastructure Oleg Butković today officially included the first trial broadcast of digital radio in Croatia. Sixteen radio stations across our Bay will broadcast a new radio signal DAB+ (digital audio broadcasting) technology that will reach 'more than two million listeners'.
From Tportal: