Denmark

DAB digital radio sales approach 60 million worldwide
17.10.2017 - United Kingdom - United Kingdom - Germany - Germany - Norway - Norway - Belgium - Belgium - Netherlands - Netherlands - Australia - Australia - Denmark - Denmark - Italy - Italy - France - France - Switzerland - Switzerland
WorldDAB’s latest market report reveals that, by the end of Q2 2017, almost 60 million consumer and automotive DAB/DAB+ receivers (58,432,000) had been sold in Europe and Asia Pacific – up from 48 million one year earlier.
From WorldDAB:

DAB+ provides more quality and choice for listeners (video)
02.10.2017 - Denmark - Denmark
Speakers including Culture Minister Mette Bock, Teracom Boss, Martin Løbel and BBC's Steve Titherington, spoke at a press conference on the expansion of DAB+ across Denmark. DAB+ provides listeners with radio that is not dependant on IP or dictated by algorithms with more choice compared to standard FM. Watch the videos.
From AVM:

Teracom launch new DAB+ services in Denmark
WorldDAB Members News - 02.10.2017 - British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) - Teracom A/S - Denmark - Denmark
On October 1, Denmark moved from DAB to DAB+, launching 12 additional radio channels including services from BBC, Extra Bladet and Bauer Media.
From AVM:

Ekstra Bladet and the BBC World Service get the ball rolling on DAB+
WorldDAB Members News - 28.09.2017 - British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) - Teracom A/S - Denmark - Denmark
Ekstra Bladet and the BBC World Service are the first new players on the new nationwide commercial DAB+ radio network in Denmark. Several other agreements are on the way, reports the network provider, Teracom.
From MediaWatch:

Ekstra Bladet Radio now on DAB+ in Denmark
WorldDAB Members News - 28.09.2017 - British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) - Teracom A/S - Denmark - Denmark
On Thursday evening, the Danes got two brand new channels on the DAB+ radio network. In addition to the BBC World Service, Ekstra Bladet Radio moves to the brand new network that was officially opened by Culture Minister Mette Bock on Thursday. 80% of Danes will be able to listen to Ekstra Bladet Radio, which only plays music by Danish artists.
From Ekstra Bladet:

British BBC and Ekstra Bladet Radio are now in DAB+
WorldDAB Members News - 28.09.2017 - British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) - Denmark - Denmark
Danes can now tune into the BBC World Service and Ekstra Bladet Radio in the latest DAB+ format. The transition from DAB to DAB+ radio in Denmark now allows for 12 new radio stations.
From Kristeligt Dagblad:

Digital Radio grows in Northern Europe
20.09.2017 - Norway - Norway - United Kingdom - United Kingdom - Netherlands - Netherlands - Denmark - Denmark - Germany - Germany - Switzerland - Switzerland - Poland - Poland - Belgium - Belgium - France - France
With 50 million receivers now sold, DAB radio is popular in Norway, the UK, the Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland and is growing in Poland, Belgium and France. In Norway, DAB receivers are now supplied in 98% of new cars, in 88% in the UK, and 66% in Switzerland. During the WorldDAB session at IBC2017, Patrick Hannon, President WorldDAB, reaffirmed the call from EU authorities to halt the sales of analogue-only radio receivers in Europe.
From Rai:

Strong growth in digital radio sales
24.08.2017 - Norway - Norway - Belgium - Belgium - Denmark - Denmark - France - France - Germany - Germany - Italy - Italy - Netherlands - Netherlands - Sweden - Sweden - Switzerland - Switzerland
In the first half of the year, sales of digital radios were growing at a tremendous rate throughout Europe. Consistently double-digit growth rates in an analysis in nine different countries indicate a regular boom. On average, it was a 30 percent growth from January to July.
From Digitalfernsehen:

Strong growth for digital radio sales in Europe
24.08.2017 - Belgium - Belgium - Denmark - Denmark - France - France - Germany - Germany - Italy - Italy - Norway - Norway - Netherlands - Netherlands - Sweden - Sweden - Switzerland - Switzerland
The first half of 2017 has seen rapid growth in sales of DAB+ receivers across Europe – driven by Norway’s switchover from FM to DAB+ and the development of digital radio markets across the continent. The latest GfK research, covering nine European markets, shows a 30 percent increase in sales volumes for the first six months of 2017 compared to the same period last year.
From Content+Technology:

Growth in sales of DAB+ receivers continues
18.08.2017 - Norway - Norway - Belgium - Belgium - Denmark - Denmark - France - France - Germany - Germany - Italy - Italy - Netherlands - Netherlands - Sweden - Sweden - Switzerland - Switzerland
“These figures demonstrate the strength of the market in Europe. Not only do we have the impact of digital switchovers in Norway this year and Switzerland (2020-24), but we are also seeing the rapid development of DAB+ in a growing number of territories," said Patrick Hannon, President, WorldDAB.
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