Digital Radio News
Celador's most recent purchase Fire Radio has been removed from DAB in Bournemouth.
UK Minister Ed Vaizey and Germany's Dorothee Bär set out their shared vision for radio's digital future.
Pure is partnering with Sound Digital for a major on-air campaign to promote its new in-car digital radio adapter.
Ed Vaizey will tell a conference today that the future of UK radio is digital and the countdown to three major landmarks has started.
The BBC World Service is launching on DAB radio in Brussels this month, as the station launches a new series called World Questions.
A new radio transmitter in Trowbridge will expand coverage of digital radio for over 25,000 people in West Wiltshire from today.
UTV's proposed business radio station talkBUSINESS has given up its slot on Digital 2 in favour of a deal with Share Radio.
The move brings the total number of transmitters to 335, serving more than 96 per cent of homes in total.
The RedTrain Express, a radio service from The Jazz UK, has launched on the small-scale DAB trial in Portsmouth.
A radio station last heard in 1993 in Manchester is returning on DAB in the city.
Local DAB has arrived in Lincolnshire, with a new MuxCo multiplex carrying the services of Lincs FM, Compass FM and BBC Radio Lincolnshire.
JACK fm and JACK 2 have appeared in text on DAB in the Portsmouth area on the small-scale trial multiplex.
The Beach is being removed from the Now Digital DAB multiplex in Norwich from next week.
Listeners using DAB in the Portsmouth area have two more stations to choose from on the trial multiplex
The small-scale trial DAB multiplex for the city of Cambridge is switched on today and operators, UKRD Group, are looking forward to “thoroughly testing” how effective this new initiative is.
A radio station for the Ghanaian diaspora is set to launch on DAB digital radio in London.
Two new DAB transmitters have been activated in Norwich today, giving extra coverage for local listeners.
With Radio X going national, the current slots used by XFM across the UK will be replaced by Gold or Chill, whilst Radio X will be in mono at 80kbps.
The latest small-scale DAB trial multiplex has launched - by Celador Radio in Bristol.
Six new services are now broadcasting on DAB in the Manchester area for at least the next nine months.