Sweden

Swedish Radio outlines DAB+ strategy
21.11.2019 - Sweden - Sweden
Commenting on Swedish Radio's application for a national DAB licence, Head of Strategy Jan Petersson expressed the public broadcaster's desire to establish itself in this new broadcasting state and be prepared to increase DAB broadcasts in the future. Swedish Radio currently broadcasts on DAB+ in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Norrbotten.
From Radio Nytt:

Swedish Radio applies for national DAB permit
19.11.2019 - Sweden - Sweden
Swedish Radio has submitted an application to the Ministry of Culture for a national DAB+ permit for the 2020-2025 period. As part of its current permit, the public broadcaster is authorised to broadcast digital radio in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Norrbotten. As part of its new application, Swedish Radio has requested a nationwide permit for ten channels.
From Radionytt:

Swedish commercial radio group opts for DAB
WorldDAB Members News - 15.08.2019 - Paneda - Sweden - Sweden
A major Swedish commercial radio group has launched a new DAB multiplex with 13 radio stations. Initially in Stockholm, the multiplex will soon expand to cover Uppsala, Gävle, Gothenburg and Malmö. The radio group has signed an agreement with Paneda to provide five complete DAB head-end systems, and the order includes complete systems with multiplexers and audio encoders.
From Paneda:

Commercial stations in Sweden go live on DAB+
11.07.2019 - Sweden - Sweden
A number of new DAB+ radio stations are launching in Sweden as the development of digital radio in the Nordic countries continues. Swedish Radio operates a multiplex covering 42% of the population in the capital of Stockholm as well as in Södertälje, Uppsala, Gothenburg, Malmö and Luleå. Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT) also has a multiplex in operation covering Stockholm, Uppsala, Gävle. This multiplex will be expanded in to Gothenburg and Malmö this year, at which point it will cover 43% of the population
From Radio.nl:

New DAB+ stations launch in Sweden
WorldDAB Members News - 10.07.2019 - Nordic Entertainment Group - Sweden - Sweden
A number of new DAB+ radio stations are launching in Sweden as the development of digital radio in the Nordic countries continues. Swedish Radio operates a multiplex covering 42% of the population in the capital of Stockholm as well as in Södertälje, Uppsala, Gothenburg, Malmö and Luleå. Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT) also has a multiplex in operation covering Stockholm, Uppsala, Gävle. This multiplex will be expanded in to Gothenburg and Malmö this year, at which point it will cover 43% of the population.
From Teracom:

Nent launches DAB network expansion in Sweden
WorldDAB Members News - 25.06.2019 - Nordic Entertainment Group - Sweden - Sweden
NENT already broadcasts Teracom's existing test network for DAB+ in Stockholm, Uppsala and Gävle. The next step is to launch additional channels and expand the network to Gothenburg and Malmö. The first phase of the expansion is set to be completed in October, with population coverage expected to reach 43 percent.
From Radionytt.se:

Polestar says new model will have DAB+, FM but no AM
20.03.2019 - Sweden - Sweden
The pre-production model of the compact, electric automobile will offer access to DAB, DAB+ as well as FM radio and streaming audio content. For the United States market it will support SiriusXM satellite radio. The Polestar 2 was unveiled at the 89th Geneva International Motor Show earlier this month.
From Radio World:

DAB+ progress in Sweden
17.10.2018 - Sweden - Sweden
As of April 1, 2019, 35 percent of the Swedish population will be able to receive the new mux. In 2020, the technical reach is to increase to 50 percent and 2021 to 70 percent.
From Radiowoche:

Sweden: Commercial radio stations officially start with DAB+
16.10.2018 - Sweden - Sweden
Despite the Swedish government wanting to stick to FM, the first commercial radio stations will start on 1 January 2019 with their regular broadcasts via DAB+.
From Radio NL:

NENT to Launch DAB+ Network in Sweden
15.10.2018 - Sweden - Sweden
NENT Nordic Entertainment Group will start broadcasting via DAB+ digital radio in Sweden on January 1, 2019. In total, 15 digital stations will broadcast on DAB+ from January. According to Swedish Press, Radio and Television Authority’s license conditions, which run from 2014 to Sept. 20, 2022, the new digital network must reach 35 percent of the population by April 2019, 50 percent by 2020 and 70 percent the following year.
From Radio World: