Norway

Nielsen research indicates a bright future for Norwegian radio
05.02.2020 - Norway - Norway
Measurement of national channels shows an overall positive trend over the last three years, with radio listening continuing to rise. With the challenge from global platforms it remains important for Norway to have strong national and local radio channels. Norwegians spend 90 minutes on radio daily and the medium remains central to people's everyday lives.
From Kampanje:

Bauer Media reject negative attitudes to Norwegian radio's DSO
27.01.2020 - Norway - Norway
That radio listening is almost the same level as before FM switch off is a success story that should have received far more attention in the media. One cannot draw conclusions based on a single week's listening - radio listening in Norway remains one of the largest media coverages, and increased diversity means there is now a channel to suit every taste.
From Kampanje.com:

Another DAB multiplexer order in Norway
WorldDAB Members News - 07.11.2019 - Paneda - Norway - Norway
Paneda has just received another order for the local radio operator KSU24/7, located in the mid-west of Norway. The order contains the Paneda DAB multiplexer and encoders using a the dedicated Paneda 1U hardware containing multiplexer.
From Paneda:

Norway listening figures stable shows new data
19.09.2019 - Norway - Norway
New data published as part of WorldDAB's report on the radio industry and listening figures in Norway shows that total radio listening is back to similar levels as achieved in 2016, prior to the digital switchover. Younger and older listeners have recovered fastest, and overall listening levels are stable with daily reach standing at 63-64%, and weekly reach at 88%.
From WorldDAB:

Norway - 1 year on and lessons learnt post DAB+
08.04.2019 - Norway - Norway
In this podcast, Radioinfo's Wayne Stamm speaks to Norsk Radio CEO Ole Jorgen Torvmark about the lessons learnt in the first year following the digital switchover.
From Radio Info:

Digital switchover – Norway listening back to pre-DSO levels, Switzerland DSO on the horizon
04.04.2019 - Norway - Norway - Switzerland - Switzerland
Norway opened the second day of the Radiodays Europe with a presentation titled: ‘Beyond FM – the new normal’, where Ole Jorgen Torvmark, who discussed Norway's successful transition to digital radio, was joined on stage by Arqiva’s Head of New Technology Simon Mason and Iso Reichsteiner, Project Manager of the DSO process in Switzerland.
From WorldDAB:

Digital radio listening in Norway on the rise reveals new WorldDAB report
02.04.2019 - Norway - Norway
WorldDAB has, as part of the Radio Days Europe conference in Lausanne, released a new report revealing how the switchover has impacted Norway’s radio listening. Amongst a number of key findings, the report indicates that total radio listening in 2019 is back to similar levels as achieved in 2016 before the digital switchover, and highlights that 86% of daily listeners now use DAB+, compared to only 55% in 2016.
From WorldDAB:

Digital radio in Norway bearing fruit a year after the switchover
WorldDAB Members News - 14.02.2019 - Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) - Norway - Norway
Just over a year after becoming the first country to complete its digital switchover, Norway remains at the centre of attention. In this article, WorldDAB reports on the current state of the radio industry in Norway, based on the keynote session of the Digital Radio Summit held at the European Broadcasting Union in Geneva, Switzerland.
From WorldDAB:

EECC directive points to DAB+ as the future of radio
13.02.2019 - Norway - Norway
The European Electronics Communication Code adopted by the EU at the end of 2018 mandates digital radio in cars by the end of 2020. While in theory, this directive could refer to DRM or HD Radio, it is assumed that this legislation refers to DAB+, the most commonly used form of digital radio in Europe. Many European countries are already operating DAB / DAB+ networks, although Norway is the only country to have entirely switched off its nation-wide FM network.
From Tu.no:

New survey highlights growth in radio listening in Norway
16.01.2019 - Norway - Norway
According to the figures released in the latest survey by Nielsen, the positive development in radio listening witnessed at the end of 2018 has continued into the new year, with daily coverage up by 14.2% compared to December 2018.
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