Digital Radio News
Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture and the Digital Economy, celebrated a new age of creativity and competition in the UK radio market at a special Digital Radio Reception held today at Global’s Leicester…
Glow Radio - a new station playing hit music is launching in Gloucester on August 1st on DAB.
Magic Radio's latest brand extension, albeit a temporary one, is ‘Magic Soul Summer’, launching today.
At the Radio Academy South FAB on DAB event in Portsmouth, Sam Bonham of Digital Radio UK, announced the June 2016 new car data, showing that four out of the top five car brands in the UK have DAB…
A poll by British audio brand VQ and QVC has revealed Absolute Radio 80s to be the most popular digital station.
Two more services are being added to the small-scale DAB trial multiplex in Manchester, whilst one is pausing its test
Minimuxes and the future of DAB broadcasting in the UK is the topic of conversation at an upcoming Radio Academy South Branch event.
RadioDNS is hosting a one day event to examine 'ten themes crucial to the future experience of radio in the car'.
Sunrise Radio Yorkshire is extending across the pennines to Manchester for the first time - joining a DAB multiplex.
Cheese and Crackers are heading for Manchester in the form of two brand new DAB digital radio services for the city.
A special retune event was held at the Beetham Tower - the tallest building in the UK outside London - ahead of the DAB expansion taking place at 6am Wednesday.
London II multiplex owner Switchdigital is looking for radio broadcasters interested in having a DAB+ service in the capital to get in touch.
WorldDAB has announced the foundation of a new Automotive User Experience (UX) Group.
BBC Radio Cymru is to trial an extra pop-up radio station during the autumn on DAB.
There are now over 1000 registered Digital Radio Tick Mark installers at car retailers and dealerships across the UK.
The Pop Up Radio service on 18 DAB multiplexes across the UK is to close in its current format.
Chris Moyles took a quarter of an hour of his show today to explain the benefits of digital radio and future of Radio X.
Over 400,000 cars registered last month had digital radio fitted as standard, and almost 600,000 in quarter 1 of 2016.
A retune event in Liverpool brought representatives from Bauer, Global and the BBC together to celebrate the addition of two new DAB transmitters.
The Liverpool multiplex is changing frequency block from 11B to 10C tomorrow resulting in a number of stations being off-air for a few hours.