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New Members

WorldDMB would like to welcome the following companies who have recently joined as members.

BMW AG

BMW AG is a German automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturing company founded in 1917 and headquartered in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. BMW also owns and produces the Mini marque, and is the parent company of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. BMW produces motorcycles under BMW Motorrad and Husqvarna brands. In 2010, the BMW group produced 1,481,253 automobiles and 112,271 motorcycles across all its brands.

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Johnson ControlsJohnson Controls

Johnson Controls is a global leader in automotive seating, overhead systems, door and instrument panels, and interior electronics. We support all major automakers in the differentiation of their vehicles through our products, technologies and advanced manufacturing capabilities. With more than 200 plants worldwide, we are where our customers need us to be. Consumers have enjoyed the comfort and style of our products, from single components to complete interiors. With our global capability we supply more than 30 million cars per year.Johnson Controls is a leader in driver information and connectivity systems. The company’s proven track record has demonstrated an understanding of consumer electronics devices, automotive vehicle architecture and the seamless connections between the two that consumers demand. This knowledge and our commitment has accelerated Johnson Controls’ leadership position in infotainment.

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National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission Thailand (NBTC)

National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission or NBTC is an independent state regulatory body which was established under the Act on Organization to Assign Radio Frequency and to Regulate the Broadcasting and Telecommunication Services B.E. 2553. The NBTC has been graciously appointed by His Majesty the King on October 7th, 2011 to allocate the nation’s radio frequency and regulate broadcasting and telecommunications sectors for the benefit of the country and the public. NBTC’s Policy in frequency allocation for the maximum benefit for the Thai people

1) Frequency Allocation: fairly allocating frequency and promoting its utilization efficiently for the maximum benefit of the public and the nation. 2) Licenses granting: focusing on the fair competition and preventing monopoly that could lead to unfair competition. 3) Regulation: encouraging market mechanism and promoting competition under fair regulations for the maximum benefit of the public for accurately, fast and fair quality of service. 4) Universal Service Obligation: promoting universal broadcasting, television and telecommunication services nationwide. 5) Consumer Protection: setting measures for the public to have access to various high quality ranges of broadcasting and telecommunications services under reasonable prices.

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 PRAIS S.r.l.

PRAIS, founded in 1974, started as design and production company of Broadcasting devices but in recent years changed to an FM Broadcasting support service. PRAIS handles management and realization of Transmission sites, design, supply, installation and maintenance of Transmission devices and remote check of the technological information. PRAIS manage more than 270 transmission sites with technological supervisors and remote control over the Italian land. We developed also a software constantly growing for the management and simulation of the coverage of the radio signals in FM, DAB and DVB-T. We work with the biggest editorial Italian groups for the maintenance of telecommunication sites and for new technology like DAB, DAB+ and DRM+. Recently PRAIS has acquired DELTARETE5 broadcaster in FM and DAB+ for Italian test phase in Trentino with Digiloc consortium.

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The National Broadcasting Council of Poland

National Broadcasting Council is a constitutional body, established by the Broadcasting Act of 29 December 1992 as a supreme state body authorized to act on radio and television broadcasting. At present the Council consists of 5 members appointed for a 6-year term.

The body’s main task is to protect:

freedom of speech and broadcasters’ independence, interests of viewers and listeners, open and pluralistic character of radio and television, as well as:

  • Map out the directions of the state policy in the broadcasting area
  • Develop the conditions to be met by broadcasters in their activities
  • Control broadcasters’ activity within the framework of the law
  • Commission studies of the content and reception of radio and television programmes
  • Propose scientific and technical improvements and personnel training
  • Set subscription fees, license charges and registration fees
  • Issue opinions on draft legislative acts and international agreements concerning broadcasting
  • Initiate and develop foreign relations in the field of broadcasting

In 2013 the National Broadcasting Council has approved a plan for the implementation of digital radio in Poland. This process, in accordance with the decision of the Council was initiated by public Polish Radio along with 17 regional radio stations. In the time being a strategy of introducing DAB+ for the entire radio market in Poland is being developed by a team appointed by the Council.

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View QuestView Quest

View Quest is a unique British brand, designing and manufacturing DAB radios inspired by the fusion of Sound and Style.

At View Quest we believe that colour and design is an important part of who we are, so why should the technology we buy only be Black or Silver and lacking individuality of design?

Our award winning acoustic development programme ensures all our products feature the latest technology and unbeaten sound quality. Couple this with our passion for the creative world of: the arts, fashion & interior design and this means our products don’t just sound great, they look great too.

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VisteonVisteon Innovation & Technology GmbH Visteon Electronics is a leading supplier of automotive cockpit electronics that delivers innovative in-vehicle user experiences through solutions in user interfaces, connectivity and open architectures. Supported by a global network of 16 manufacturing facilities, four technical centers and 11 customer centers, Visteon Electronics employs approximately 5,000 people in its consolidated operations.

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 WorldDMB Featured Member News

Latest stats from Norway show realistic FM switch off criteria of 50% digital listening in 2014.

Digital radio listening saw strong growth towards the end of the year with over 40% of all radio listening in Norway done via digital. Read more…

Digital Radio Norge AS

 

DAB+ Digital Radio on-air at Geneva Motor Show 2014

WorldDMB, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and Swiss public broadcaster, SRG SSR, are working together to ensure that visitors to the 2014 Geneva Motor Show experience the best that DAB+ can offer in terms of audio and visual radio services.  Read more…

SRG SSR

 

BBC National Digital Radio Coverage Improves In Four Areas The next phase of the BBC’s digital radio network expansion plan will bring a further 2 million people into the coverage area with an additional 162 transmitters. This will extend and improve coverage of the BBC’s national radio stations on DAB from 93% to 97% of the UK population by the end of 2015. Read more…

British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) 

 

Report on the future of terrestrial radio coverage A joint report commissioned by the Bavarian Regulatory Authority for Commercial Broadcasting (BLM) and the Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR) on the future of terrestrial radio coverage in Bavaria comes to the conclusion a digital terrestrial radio supply is economically feasible only on DAB+. Read more…

Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR)

 

Frontier Silicon’s DAB technology chosen for Pioneer’s new DAB/DAB+ enabled systems Frontier Silicon today announces that the new range of Pioneer DAB+ enabled consumer audio devices will be based on Frontier’s DAB technology solutions. Read more…

Frontier Silicon

 

What mum really means when she says “darling just make me something for Mother’s Day” Commercial Radio Australia is partnering with digital radio manufacturer Pure and retailers; Harvey Norman, JB Hi-Fi and Dick Smith this Mother’s Day, offering two presents for the price of one and helping out those who don’t “speak mother”. Read more…

Commercial Radio Australia

 

Arqiva participate in bid for the Ofcom licence to operate new digital multiplex

Arquiva have teamed up with Bauer and UTV for the application for the licence to run the second UK nationwide digital audio broadcasting DAB platfrom which will be home to around 10 new radio stations. Read more… 

Arquiva

 


Featured Member Benefit WorldDMB member-databaseWorldDMB member representatives can view contact details for each registered member via the Members Area of the website. Depending on each individual’s preference, members can view each other’s contact details including; job title, department, position, email address, office phone, office fax, mobile and Skype numbers as well as their office address. This feature makes it easy for members to freely network with one another. Members can access these details by logging in to the Members Area. Choose the General Assembly tab to see the details of the next General Assembly, then choose Members from the left hand side bar. You will be able to see a listing of all current WorldDMB member organisations.  Next, to see the contact details of registered member representatives’ registered to the member database, hit the ICON  icon.  The WorldDMB Global contact database consists of: • Commercial and public broadcasters • Chip, receiver and equipment manufacturers • Network operators • Regulatory bodies • Automotive manufacturers (OEMs, Tier 1s, Tier 2s).   Back

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