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Private broadcasters in Austria launch largest DAB+ advertising campaign to date
05.12.2019 - Austria - Austria
Private broadcasters in Austria have launched the biggest DAB+ campaign to date in the country, estimated at approximately 2 million euros. Austria launched national DAB+ earlier this year, and with population coverage already standing at 77%, most of Austria's industry bodies have requested a new legislation mandating digital radio in receivers.
From Elektro Journal:

Paneda showcases Emergency Warning system over DAB in Norway
WorldDAB Members News - 05.12.2019 - Paneda
Paneda has carried out a large live demo of its unique Emergency Warning System over DAB. The test has been performed in the smaller city Flåm in Norway and has included the rescue service with fire brigades and police as well as representatives from relevant authorities.
From Paneda:

Agcom imposes equitable frequency allocation for Italian radio
05.12.2019 - Italy - Italy
New regulation put into force by Agcom, the Italian regulator, requires national network operators for digital radio to guarantee access to DAB+ broadcasts for new broadcasters defined as independent.
From dab.it:

German politicians back DAB+ digital radio
04.12.2019 - Germany - Germany
German State Secretary for Rhineland-Palatinate Heike Raab and Dorothee Bär, Minister of State for Digital Affairs, discuss the benefits of DAB+ digital radio in light of Germany's recent introduction of a new law requiring all new car radios - and certain types of consumer receivers - to be capable of receiving digital terrestrial radio from 21 December 2020.
From Eifel Zeitung:

DAB+ development resumes in Poland
WorldDAB Members News - 04.12.2019 - National Broadcasting Council of Poland (KRRiT) - Poland - Poland
Despite a number of stations launching on DAB+ in recent years, much of the radio landscape in Poland has remained unchanged since DAB+ first launched in 2015. However, as confirmed at the WorldDAB General Assembly 2019 in Brussels, Poland is now preparing to resume the development of its DAB+ network.
From Radio World:

Czech Radio to expand nationwide DAB+ coverage
04.12.2019 - Czech Republic - Czech Republic
According to the public broadcaster's CEO René Zavoral, DAB+ population coverage in the Czech Republic is set to reach 95% in 2020, with new digital stations set to come hand in hand with the expansion.
From Czech Radio:

High interest in temporary DAB+ licences in the Netherlands
03.12.2019 - Netherlands - Netherlands
Over 90 applications for temporary DAB+ licences have been received by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate in response to the call for tenders launched in October 2019.
From Radio.nl:

CRA launches largest DAB+ radio campaign
03.12.2019 - Australia - Australia
The new multimedia marketing campaign is the largest ever DAB+ campaign commissioned by the commercial radio industry since DAB+ services launched in Australia 10 years ago. he first phase of the campaign will run during December 2019 and January 2020 and will consist of short and long-form video content and four radio ads.
From Bandt.com:

Broadcasters in northern France unite in promoting DAB+
02.12.2019 - France - France
Broadcasters in the region of Nord-Pas-de-Calais, northern France, have launched a new advertising campaign promoting DAB+ digital radio. The campaign, which will go live across radio, TV and social media, marks the first time regional broadcasters unite in promoting DAB+ services in France.
From dabplus.fr:

CRA launches largest DAB+ campaign to date
02.12.2019 - Australia - Australia
The commercial radio industry has launched a landmark consumer-focused DAB+ digital radio campaign. The new multimedia marketing campaign is the largest ever DAB+ campaign commissioned by the commercial radio industry since DAB+ services launched in Australia 10 years ago.
From Commercial Radio Australia: