Slovenia

DAB+ radio to become mandatory across new cars in the EU
07.01.2019 - Slovenia - Slovenia
Following the introduction of the EU's new directive on the digitisation of radio in cars, car manufacturers across the EU will have to start including the DAB+ standard as part of all in-car radio systems moving forward. Amongst other things, drivers will benefit from a more seamless transmission of traffic information.
From Zurnal 24:

Slovenian Radio Maxi has joined DAB+ digital radio offer
30.10.2018 - Slovenia - Slovenia
Slovenia's Radio Maxi has also expanded its offer of digital terrestrial radio in Slovenia. It is already the sixteenth station in the "Slovenia DAB+ R1" network.
From Český rozhlas:

Former Yugoslav republics to discuss the introduction of DAB+
23.10.2018 - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Croatia - Croatia - Serbia - Serbia - Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of - Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of - Montenegro - Montenegro - Slovenia - Slovenia
Representatives of regulatory authorities from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro are exploring the introduction of DAB+ services following a conference in Sarajevo in order to exchange experiences and discuss the challenges for the future. While DAB+ in Slovenia is the only former Yugoslav republic already in regular operation, Croatia have been testing for the last year. The other Balkan states have expressed interest.
From Communcations Regulatory Agency BH:

Former Yugoslav republics to discuss the introduction of DAB+
23.10.2018 - Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of - Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Croatia - Croatia - Serbia - Serbia - Montenegro - Montenegro - Slovenia - Slovenia
Representatives of regulatory authorities from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro are exploring the introduction of DAB+ services following a conference in Sarajevo in order to exchange experiences and discuss the challenges for the future. While DAB+ in Slovenia is the only former Yugoslav republic already in regular operation, Croatia have been testing for the last year. The other Balkan states have expressed interest.
From Satellifax:

New consultation on DAB+ expansion in Slovenia
19.10.2018 - Slovenia - Slovenia
The Slovenian media regulator will conduct a public consultation on 21 November on expanding the country’s DAB networks. Interested parties must confirm their participation by Tuesday 20 November.
From Agency of Communications of Slovenia:

DAB news from Germany, Slovenia and Northern Ireland
24.07.2018 - Germany - Germany - Slovenia - Slovenia - United Kingdom - United Kingdom
German public broadcaster Bayerische Rundfunk (BR) switched on a new DAB+ multiplex transmitter in the Waldnaab (Upper Palatinate) region on 13 July. Use of digital devices continues to grow in Northern Ireland, with a 5% year-over-year increase reported, reaching 35% of all listening hours. In Slovenia, five new stations have been given licences to operate DAB+ services.
From Radio Magazine:

New DAB+ licences issued to five Slovenian radio stations
19.07.2018 - Slovenia - Slovenia
The Slovenian Agency for Communication Networks and Services (Akos) has granted new licences for five radio stations to begin broadcasting on DAB+, bringing the total to 18 stations now able to broadcast on DAB+ in Slovenia. Further requirements including transmissions beginning three months following the awarding, and that the stations comply with network operator RTV Slovenija on details surrounding transmission.
From Telecompaper:

Digital radio updates From Slovenia, Ireland, UK and France
WorldDAB Members News - 29.05.2018 - Arqiva - Slovenia - Slovenia - Ireland - Ireland - United Kingdom - United Kingdom - France - France
The National Broadcasting Council of Slovenia (SRDF) has decided to switch to DAB+ in Ljubljana, with most FM broadcasting to cease from February 2022. In Cork, Ireland, a new small-scale digital radio multiplex is about to begin a 12-month trial period with a capacity to receive 20 programmes. In the UK, Sound Digital's commercial DAB multiplex coverage area will reach an additional four million people following a new agreement with Arqiva. In Lille, DAB+ broadcasts will begin on 19 June.
From Radio magazine:

Slovenia suggests switchover date
23.05.2018 - Slovenia - Slovenia
Slovenia’s Broadcasting Council is targeting 2 February 2022 as the date for the country’s digital radio switchover. The Council proposes the 2022 date, which it said coincides with the timing of other proposed transitions within the framework of the updated legislation.
From Radio World:

Slovenia to switch to DAB+ by February 2022
23.05.2018 - Slovenia - Slovenia
The National Broadcasting Council of Slovenia (SRDF) has decided to switch from VHF to DAB + in Ljubljana, with the most important radio stations to stop their FM broadcasting on 22 February 2022 and distribute their programs exclusively via DAB+.
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