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Frontier Silicon Drives the Continuing Growth of Digital Radio ...
11.10.2008
The chip integrates sufficient memory to support DAB, DAB , DMB-A and FM without the need for additional cost of external SDRAM memory. ...
From MarketWatch:

Company Profile for Frontier Silicon
11.10.2008
Products include complete solutions for digital audio systems including DAB and internet radio and mobile TV, from silicon through software to ...
From SYS-CON Media, NJ:

Frontier Silicon Drives the Continuing Growth of Digital Radio ...
11.10.2008
The Venice 7 module will strengthen the growing DAB market in the UK while addressing the emerging digital radio markets including Australia, France, ...
From Broadcast Newsroom, CA:

Frontier Silicon launch next-generation module
11.10.2008 - Germany - Germany
[London] Frontier Silicon announces its latest generation of unified receiver modules. The new...
From www.bayerndigitalradio.de:

Digital Radio Gives On-The-Spot Traffic Conditions
11.10.2008
The digital radio service allows motorists to receive short text-based traffic messages or images which are broadcast in conjunction with their regular ...
From Smart House, Australia:

LG Launches LG-KC780 Slim 8 Megapixel Portrait Phone
11.10.2008
... played back on a large screen TV. The LG-KC780 is a full featured handset and includes the latest in mobile phone technology, including Smart Bluetooth, ...
From 뉴스와이어, South Korea:

Ofcom statement on Channel 4 and DAB radio
WorldDAB Members News - 10.10.2008 - UK OFCOM - United Kingdom - United Kingdom
Channel 4 has today informed Ofcom of its decision to withdraw from 4 Digital Group, the consortium which was awarded a licence for the second national commercial DAB radio multiplex last year.

DRDB statement on Channel 4 Radio decision
10.10.2008 - United Kingdom - United Kingdom
The DRDB (Digital Radio Development Bureau) regrets Channel 4’s decision, announced today, to withdraw from the 4 Digital Group consortium which was awarded a licence for the second national commercial DAB multiplex last year.

Channel 4 abandons digital radio
WorldDAB Members News - 10.10.2008 - Channel 4 Radio - United Kingdom - United Kingdom
Mr Duncan added: "We've pursued our radio plans in good faith and continue to believe DAB has a strong future, and that we could make a return to radio in ...
From BBC News, UK:

How can Ofcom prevent a digital radio crisis?
WorldDAB Members News - 10.10.2008 - UK OFCOM - United Kingdom - United Kingdom
Ofcom is to hold emergency talks in a bid to salvage a viable commercial DAB radio sector after Channel 4 today abandoned all radio plans, pulling out of ...
From guardian.co.uk, UK: