Germany

DAB+ increasingly popular in Germany
10.09.2019 - Germany - Germany
According to the latest figures published in the German Media Authority's new digitisation report, over 22 percent of households in Germany now include a DAB+ receiver - a 34 percent increase compared to 2018. What's more, the number of cars equipped with DAB+ in Germany in 2019 stands at 6.6 million, compared to 4.4 million in 2018. The number of DAB+ stations on air is also on the rise, with 65 stations available exclusively on DAB+.
From Kurier:

German consumers increasingly opting for DAB+
09.09.2019 - Germany - Germany
DAB+ receivers are setting new records in Germany, both in and out of the car. According to the latest data, there are now over 14 million DAB+ receivers in Germany, and almost almost half of all new cars rolled out across the country include DAB+ as standard. For more information on the growth of DAB+ in Germany, download the Digitalisierungsbericht report.
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New digitisation report highlights impressive DAB+ growth in Germany
09.09.2019 - Germany - Germany
Over 22 percent of households in Germany now include a DAB+ receiver - a 34 percent increase compared to 2018. What's more, the number of cars equipped with DAB+ in Germany in 2019 stands at 6.6 million, compared to 4.4 million in 2018. The number of DAB+ stations on air is also on the rise, with 65 stations available exclusively on DAB+.
From dabplus.de:

DAB+ grows in Germany
09.09.2019 - Germany - Germany
According to the latest figures published in the German Media Authority's new digitisation report, over 22 percent of households in Germany now include a DAB+ receiver - a 34 percent increase compared to 2018. What's more, the number of cars equipped with DAB+ in Germany in 2019 stands at 6.6 million, compared to 4.4 million in 2018. The number of DAB+ stations on air is also on the rise, with 65 stations available exclusively on DAB+.
From Heise:

DAB+ takes centre stage at IFA 2019
02.09.2019 - Germany - Germany
IFA 2019 will see over 40 DAB+ receiver manufacturers showcase their latest products to over 250,000 trade visitors from more than 100 countries. As the rollout of DAB+ continues across Europe, strengthened by the commitment of the automotive industry, radio’s digital migration will take centre stage in the home entertainment, audio and mobility halls.
From WorldDAB:

Media Broadcast wins contract for digital radio coverage in Kiel, Lubeck and Sylt
23.08.2019 - Germany - Germany
Media Broadcast has won a contract following a tender by the Media Authority for digital radio coverage in Kiel, Lubeck and Sylt. The contract is valid until 2022. Media Broadcast will cooperate with the Media Authority in a pilot project to test the broadcast of local and regional programmes via DAB+.
From Telecompaper:

NDR going ahead with expansion plans in Lower Saxony
20.08.2019 - Germany - Germany
Public broadcaster Norddeutscher Rundfunk has announced its plans to maintain as well as expand its DAB+ presence in the Lower Saxony region in the northwest of Germany, highlighting yet again its commitment to the development of DAB+ digital radio in Germany.
From Infosat:

5G not tailored for radio broadcast says Deutschlandradio
WorldDAB Members News - 19.08.2019 - Deutschlandradio - Germany - Germany
Commenting on the implications of 5G for the development of DAB+ in Europe and beyond, Deutschlandradio's Stefan Raue stated that 5G lacks the required specifications, standards and a suitable business model tailored to support radio broadcasts, highlighting the EECC directive as an indication of the radio industry's future in Germany and Europe.
From Meinungs Barometer:

The best DAB+ radios on the market
WorldDAB Members News - 16.08.2019 - Hama - Roberts Radio Limited - Germany - Germany
Computer Bild's roundup of the best DAB+ digital radios currently on the market includes the Hama DIR3100 and Roberts Stream 65i.
From Computer Bild:

Media Broadcast improves DAB+ coverage in western Germany
WorldDAB Members News - 08.08.2019 - Media Broadcast GmbH - Germany - Germany
Germany’s largest service provider for the broadcast and media industry, Media Broadcast, has put into operation two new transmitters to improve national DAB+ coverage in North Rhine-Westphalia, western Germany.
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