A global look at the Digital Radio Switchover

A global look at the Digital Radio Switchover

Around the world, DAB/DAB+ is being chosen as the digital radio Digital Radio Switchoverbroadcasting standard of choice for broadcasters.  This is a positive proposition for digital broadcasting stakeholders and the value they can provide to radio listeners.  For Digital Switchover to take place in a country, certain criteria must be established and met.  We take a global look at the Digital Switch Over (DSO) situation from the perspectives of manufacturers, digital radio roll out bodies, technicians and advisers.

A manufacturers perspective 

Frontier Silicon and Glovane Co. Ltd share their thoughts on how on DSO impacts digital radio growth.  Read more…

A global perspective 

How is DSO progressing around the world and what are the plans for the future?  What factors will impact on market growth and penetration?  Digital Radio professionals from  Italy, Netherlands, Sweden Norway, United Kingdom discuss the current situation in their countries and objectives for the future.  Read more…


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This entry was posted on July 15, 2014 by in WorldDAB Project Office and tagged , , , .

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