Liverpool's radio broadcasters gathered on Tuesday evening to celebrate the rise of digital radio in the area.
Exeter's Radio Exe has been added to two DAB digital radio multiplexes to reach a wider audience across what it calls “the best bits” of Devon.
Speakers included Caroline Martin, lunchtime host of BBC West Midlands and Ed James, host of Heart West Midlands’ Heart Breakfast with Ed & Gemma.
A special switch-on event has taken place in Telford on Wednesday morning to switch on new DAB transmitters in Wolverhampton & Shropshire.
It will provide the means for a huge expansion of local and community stations on DAB, marking an historic day for UK radio.
The expansion of digital radio coverage means that many listeners can now receive six further radio stations.
Newly confirmed to speak at the event are Caroline Martin, lunchtime host of BBC West Midlands and Amy Southall, Midlands Officer, Student Radio Association.
There are now three national DAB multiplexes and 53 local DAB multiplexes across the UK.
New figures have been released from WorldDAB showing over 50 million DAB Digital Radio receivers have now been sold.
Doing the DAB Birmingham will celebrate the Birmingham radio market and the role digital radio has played in growing radio listening in Birmingham.
On hearing presenters outside the studio being picked up on mic, the host muttered the words "fu*k it".
The event will be hosted by Radio Academy Midlands Chair Gareth Roberts on May 3rd.
Glasgow’s digital radio scene was celebrated at a special event, Doing the DAB, in the city centre on Thursday evening.
Digital listening has increased year-on-year to 45.2% share, up from 41.7% in Q4 2015.
Spencer Pryor from Brave Broadcasting writes for RadioToday about the upcoming digital radio event in Glasgow.
The event, on Thursday 23 February, is starting at 6pm at the 29 Private Members' Club in central Glasgow.
100% Digital - By Laurence Harrison, Market Development Director, Digital Radio UK
The official start of switching off most radio services from FM has begun in Norway.
The new word on the street in Norway is #FMexit, to represent the digital switchover happening on Wednesday morning
The Countdown to FMexit is on - a blog by Laurence Harrison, Market Development Director, Digital Radio UK.