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Gloucestershire licence award decision22.01.2008 - United Kingdom
Ofcom has awarded the new local digital radio multiplex licence for Gloucestershire to MuxCo. The only other applicant came from GCap Media's NOW Digital ...
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Danes crazy about digital radio: New positive figures showing DAB growth in Denmark18.01.2008 - Denmark
The Danes are crazy about DAB Digital Radio! Independent Research Company Zapera asked 2,000 Danes between the ages of 15 and 63 about their opinion on DAB. The survey showed that 38% have access to a DAB radio at home and 18% have more than one DAB radio at home. These new figures make Denmark one of the most successful countries to roll out DAB Digital Radio.
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NXP Unites AM/FM/DAB and HD Radio on Chip12.12.2007 - NXP Semiconductors WorldDAB Member
NXP Semiconductors, the chip-making arm of Dutch electronics giant Philips, on Tuesday introduced a car-radio chip that allows auto makers to install a single radio that supports AM/FM and multiple types of digital radio.
PURE Expands Ecoplus™ Range In Time For Christmas12.12.2007 - Imagination Technologies
Leading DAB digital radio manufacturer PURE has expanded its EcoPlus range in time for Christmas to now include fifteen radios with significantly reduced environmental impact.
EtherWaves Dual Tuner11.12.2007
EtherWaves announced today that it has developed a revolutionary Sorfware Defined Radio solution based on a single low-power Blackfin BF522 proccess from Analog Devices (ADI).
European Nations ask the Commission to let the market decide07.12.2007 -
WorldDMB welcomes indications that Commissioner Reding has decided not to follow through on her threat of mandation for one mobile TV standard in Europe.
Mobile TV subscribers numbers shoot up, but operators revenue not so much05.12.2007
The mobile TV market will be worth over €4.4 billion (nearly $6.5 billion) in 2011 in Asia, North America and Western Europe combined, and subscription business models will dominate the market, generating more than 90 percent of revenues in 2011,...
Australia to host WorldDMB Forum29.11.2007 - Australia
Australia will play host to the technical committee of the WorldDMB Forum for the first time on November 30 in Sydney, as representatives from 12 countries meet to discuss technical and future proofing issues.
EU regulator moves ahead with mobile TV standard29.11.2007
The European Commission said Thursday that it would press ahead with plans to favor one standard for mobile TV services by February, despite opposition from three major members of the bloc.