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DAB+ digital radio – the most affordable way to broadcast radio
WorldDAB Members News - 14.10.2019 - Arqiva - Netherlands - Netherlands
This study presented by Arqiva at IBC 2019 delves into the economic parameters of radio transmissions, comparing DAB, FM and IP broadcasts, arguing that DAB+ provides the most affordable means of distribution for radio broadcasts.
From WorldDAB:

Reduced distribution costs with DAB+
WorldDAB Members News - 25.09.2019 - Arqiva - Netherlands - Netherlands
According to research conducted by Arqiva's Simon Mason, FM is the most expensive distribution channel, standing at £0.00105 per hour, compared to £0.00047 for distribution via IP. DAB+ provides the most affordable means of distribution, standing at £0.00033 per hour.
From DABplus.de:

WorldDAB sees connections grow
20.09.2019 - Netherlands - Netherlands
Graham Dixon, head of radio at the EBU, briefed IBC delegates at the ‘WorldDAB Radio distribution strategies for a connected world’ session that significant progress had been made in the field of DAB+ over the past year, highlighting that over 1566 digital radio stations are already on air in over 31 European markets.
From ibc.org:

IBC 2019 – Industry leaders reassert commitment to radio’s digital future
19.09.2019 - Netherlands - Netherlands
IBC 2019 saw experts from across the radio industry come together at WorldDAB’s session on radio’s migration to digital. The session addressed digital terrestrial radio’s place in the distribution mix and offered insights for broadcasters on how to assess all digital distribution platforms, including 5G, in order to make informed investment choices to safeguard broadcast radio’s future.
From WorldDAB:

New DAB+ licenses to be issued to regional broadcasters in The Netherlands
WorldDAB Members News - 19.09.2019 - Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy - Netherlands - Netherlands
The Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs has announced that it will be issuing a number of regional broadcasters with temporary licenses for DAB+ broadcasting starting from January 2020. The temporary licenses are expected to be granted for a period of two years until 2022, at which point the full range of frequencies intended for local broadcasters will be made available.
From Radio Freak:

Using digital radio to boost listening figures and revenues
19.09.2019 - Netherlands - Netherlands
WorldDAB's session at IBC 2019 focused on new and innovative ways to reach and attract audiences in a connected world. Speakers from across the industry agreed that a multiplatform digital radio strategy is necessary to preserve the value proposition of radio in a connected and evolving world.
From Radio World:

IBC 2019 – WorldDAB session to highlight radio’s migration to digital
13.09.2019 - Netherlands - Netherlands
WorldDAB will run a DAB+ session focused on radio’s migration to digital at IBC 2019 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The session, titled Radio distribution strategies for a connected world, will be held on Monday 16 September from 09:00 – 10:30 in the Emerald Room.
From WorldDAB:

WorldDAB members exhibiting at IBC - DABCAST (BCAST Ltd.)
12.09.2019 - Netherlands - Netherlands
WorldDAB and several of its members will be exhibiting at this year’s IBC. In the lead up to the event, we are conducting a series of mini-interviews with our exhibiting members, offering the opportunity to find out more about the digitisation of radio and what our members will be showcasing in Amsterdam. Find out more about BCAST's reasons for attending IBC.
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Bcast to exhibit DAB solutions at IBC 2019
11.09.2019 - Poland - Poland - Netherlands - Netherlands
WorldDAB member Bcast will be exhibiting a number of solutions on its stand at IBC, including Dabcast, a complete technical and intellectual infrastructure able to deliver an original, integral system of digital radio broadcasting in DAB+ standard. Its unique component, the DTX050 transmitter, will make its debut at the event in Amsterdam.
From Bcast:

WorldDAB members exhibiting at IBC - Factum Radioscape
WorldDAB Members News - 05.09.2019 - Factum Radioscape - Netherlands - Netherlands
WorldDAB and several of its members will be exhibiting at this year’s IBC. In the lead up to the event, we are conducting a series of mini-interviews with our exhibiting members, offering the opportunity to find out more about the digitisation of radio and what our members will be showcasing in Amsterdam. Find out more about Factum Radioscape’s reasons for attending IBC.
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