Stuart Clarkson talks to speakers and delegates at the Drive to Digital conference, organised by Digital Radio UK and held at the British Museum in London on Tuesday 25th September 2018.
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Digital Radio UK has confirmed the final conference agenda for Drive to Digital 2018: The Future of Radio.
Adding voice control to a car radio makes it easier to use, and safer to operate while driving, according to new research.
The first nine inductees into the Digital Radio Hall of Fame have been announced.
Digital Radio UK is looking for looking for people to be part of the first ever Digital Radio Hall of Fame.
Digital Radio UK is bringing back the Drive to Digital conference for another year - on Tuesday 25 September.
Edinburgh’s radio industry gathered at a special event to celebrate the city’s vibrant radio scene on Thursday evening.
The local and national digital radio scene will be discussed at a free radio event in Edinburgh next week.
Digital Radio UK has confirmed the speakers and location for the upcoming free Edinburgh digital radio event entitled ‘This is Radio’.
Berkshire has the highest percentage of digital listening in the country.
The progress of digital radio in Northern Ireland was celebrated at a special event which took place as part of the Belfast Media Festival on Friday.
Topics included the need for further DAB coverage build-out and the significant launch of a new digital station for Wales, Radio Cymru 2.
Digital Radio UK is taking its 'Doing the DAB' event to Northern Ireland, following the success of sessions across England and Scotland.
A range of car digital radio adapters and a new fitting service was announced at the Drive to Digital 2017 conference, at the British Museum today.
Digital Radio UK and the Radio Academy Wales, in partnership with RadioToday, are holding a free digital radio event in Cardiff.
Digital Radio UK's Drive to Digital conference will be chaired by upcoming Magic breakfast co-presenter Harriet Scott.
Scott Hughes, Radio City drive-time presenter, Pauline McAdam from BBC Radio Merseyside and Chris Rick from Radio City will join the panel.
Speakers included Caroline Martin, lunchtime host of BBC West Midlands and Ed James, host of Heart West Midlands’ Heart Breakfast with Ed & Gemma.
Doing the DAB Birmingham will celebrate the Birmingham radio market and the role digital radio has played in growing radio listening in Birmingham.
The event will be hosted by Radio Academy Midlands Chair Gareth Roberts on May 3rd.