Netherlands

IBC sneak peek: GatesAir spotlights DAB radio solutions
WorldDAB Members News - 16.08.2019 - GatesAir - Netherlands - Netherlands
At IBC 2019, GatesAir will be highlighting its expanded range of DAB Radio transmitters and solutions resulting from the company’s recent acquisition of ONEtastic. The expanded portfolio is anchored by MultiD, a multicarrier DAB transmitter; and a new liquid-cooled VHF range to serve all DAB power levels.
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WorldDAB member Factum Radioscape at IBC 2019
WorldDAB Members News - 09.08.2019 - Factum Radioscape - Netherlands - Netherlands
In this series of interviews on WorldDAB members exhibiting at IBC, James Waterson of Factum Radioscape explains how he sees the digital radio industry evolving in the coming years, and tells us about the DAB+ products Factum Radioscape will showcase at this year’s event.
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WorldDAB member Paneda at IBC 2019
WorldDAB Members News - 08.08.2019 - Paneda - Netherlands - Netherlands
In this series of interviews on WorldDAB members exhibiting at IBC, Lars Peder Lundgren of Paneda explains how he sees the digital radio industry evolving in the coming years, and tells us about the DAB+ products Paneda will showcase at this year’s event.
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IZT to showcase solutions for digital radio systems and high-performance test and measurement products at IBC
WorldDAB Members News - 06.08.2019 - Innovationszentrum für Telekommunikationstechnik GmbH IZT - Netherlands - Netherlands
At IBC, German technology company IZT will highlight a range of new features for IT-based digital radio head-ends, a RF signal source with enhanced support for broadcast standards and equipment for virtual field tests.
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WorldDAB members exhibiting at IBC - AVT Audio Video Technologies GmbH
WorldDAB Members News - 06.08.2019 - AVT Audio Video Technologies GmbH - Netherlands - Netherlands
In this series of interviews on WorldDAB members exhibiting at IBC, Wolfgang Peters of AVT explains how he sees the digital radio industry evolving in the coming years, and tells us about the DAB+ products AVT will showcase at this year’s event.
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WorldDAB members exhibiting at IBC - GatesAir
WorldDAB Members News - 06.08.2019 - GatesAir - Netherlands - Netherlands
In this series of interviews on WorldDAB members exhibiting at IBC, Rich Redmond of GatesAir explains how he sees the digital radio industry evolving in the coming years, and tells us about the DAB+ products GatesAir will showcase at this year’s event.
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WorldDAB session: Radio distribution strategies for a connected world - IBC 2019
18.07.2019 - Netherlands - Netherlands
WorldDAB is producing a session at this year's International Broadcasting Convention (IBC). Titled Radio distribution strategies for a connected world, the session will address the opportunities and challenges associated with the migration to broadcast digital radio. The session will take place from 09.00 – 10.30 on Monday 16 September.
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Digital radio week kicks off in Netherlands
08.07.2019 - Netherlands - Netherlands
The sixth edition of the Dutch national digital radio week is under way. Several marketing campaigns, radio giveaways and other initiatives are taking place this week to promote DAB+ digital radio.
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The Netherlands prepares for digital radio week
02.07.2019 - Netherlands - Netherlands
Public and commercial radio stations in the Netherlands for the start of the sixth edition of the digital radio week, which kicks off on Monday 8 July. Various campaigns and initiatives - including DAB+ radio giveaways - have been put in place by broadcasters across the country to promote DAB+ radio throughout next week.
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Sublime digital radio channels attract new audience in the Netherlands
05.06.2019 - Netherlands - Netherlands
In February, soul and jazz station Sublime launched five digital radio channels in the Netherlands. Four months later, they have announced that 30% of their 400,000 weekly audience listens via Sublime's digital radio channels, indicating yet again the public's growing interest in digital radio.
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