Norway

Termination of FM has not affected listening
18.09.2017 - Norway - Norway
The radio audience reaches the same levels as before the start of the FM shutdown in January 2017. The first Norwegian regions that have made the transition from FM to digital already show strong audience levels.
From La Lettre Pro:

FM in Norway is dead, long live DAB
18.09.2017 - Norway - Norway
Norway, the first country to switch off FM radio to move 100 per cent to DAB, has reported that the first region to have made the radical change, Nordland County, has said viewing figures have remained the same while advertising has risen.
From TVB Europe:

Radio listening in Nordland now at same level as before FM shutdown
18.09.2017 - Norway - Norway - Germany - Germany
In 2017, Norwegian radio will be moving from analogue to digital technology. The conversion to digital radio is done regionally. In the administrative region of Nordland, the first region in which the FM stations were switched off, listeners are currently reaching the same values ​​as 2016: in the second quarter of 2017, 64.2% of the population of Northern Germany listened to radio, compared with 64.8% in the second Quarter 2016.
From Digital Radio Norway:

Digital radio Norway: Nationwide radio is a lucky figure in southern Norway and western Norway
18.09.2017 - Norway - Norway
Today it was historically quiet at FM in Sogn and Fjordane, Hordaland, Rogaland, Aust-Agder and Vest-Agder. Now all nationwide radio broadcasts are on DAB and other digital platforms. "This means more channels and a larger radio offer for all those living here," says Ole Jørgen Torvmark, Director of Digital Radio Norway.
From nyhetsrommet.no:

La Radio Numérique atteint le niveau d’audience attendu après l’arrêt de la FM
15.09.2017 - Norway - Norway
L’audience radio atteint les mêmes niveaux qu’avant le démarrage de l’arrêt de la FM en janvier 2017. Les premières régions norvégiennes ayant effectué la transition FM vers le numérique montrent déjà de solides niveaux d’audience.
From Radio.no:

Southern and western Norway switch to digital
WorldDAB Members News - 15.09.2017 - P4 Radio Hele Norge AS - Norway - Norway
At 10.00am today, the FM transmitters fell silent in Sogn og Fjordane, Hordaland, Rogaland, Aust-Agder and Vest-Agder. P4, Radio Norway, P5 Stavanger, NRJ Stavanger, Radio Sandnes, P5 Bergen and NRJ Bergen have ceased broadcasting on FM, with all nationwide radio broadcasts now on DAB and other digital platforms.
From Digitalradio Norway:

Just as many people listen to radio after FM shutdown
15.09.2017 - Norway - Norway
Today, nationwide radio broadcasts will be extinguished on the FM network in southern and western Norway. Next Wednesday, NRK will disappear from the FM band in Oslo, Akershus, Østfold and Vestfold. In Nordland, where NRK switched its FM broadcasts on January 11 this year, Digitalradio Norway has found that radio broadcasting has now stabilized at the same level as last year.
From DN.no:

Radio listening in Nordland now at same level as before FM shutdown
15.09.2017 - Norway - Norway
Radio-listening is hitting the same levels as before FM switch off began in January 2017. The first DSO-regions in Norway are already show strong listening figures. The new digital radio survey, released today, displays that listeners first and foremost choose DAB radio in the transition to digital radio. 84 percent of all households now have one or several DAB radios, corresponding to about 4.75 million DAB radios in total.
From Radio Norway:

Radio 1 returns on DAB
14.09.2017 - Norway - Norway
After eight years of silence, Radio 1 returns, and this time as a nationwide channel on the DAB network.
From Media24 :

Norway’s FM sunsetting nears completion
WorldDAB Members News - 13.09.2017 - P4 Radio Hele Norge AS - Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) - Norway - Norway
The last phase of Norway’s FM switch off is about to begin. On 15 September, P4 and Radio Norway will turn off their FM transmitters in Hordaland, Rogaland, Sogn og Fjordane, Vest-Agder and Aust-Agder. Then on 20 September, NRK's ​​FM channels in Oslo, Akershus, Østfold and Vestfold will be shut down. P4 and Radio Norway will continue to broadcast on FM in this area until Dec. 8.
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