Digital Radio UK's annual industry event Drive to Digital will take place on March 1st this year and celebrate the expansion of new stations launching.
A new logo and European standard for digital radio has been announced, seeing the start a new era of cross-nation collaboration for the consumer.
Here's what happened at the digital radio event at New Broadcasting House this morning.
The government minister responsible for radio has told the Radio Festival in Salford that nearly 60 percent of new cars now have DAB as standard.
Sales of DAB radio sets fell 9.1% in the second quarter of 2014 compared with the same period last year, according to Ofcom's fifth annual Digital Radio Report.
DAB radio is failing this morning, with Digital Radio UK confirming there is a problem with DAB reception in some areas.
FM and AM radio listening has fallen below 50% for the first time at 48.6, down 10% year on year in the capital.
The Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency has started promoting Digital Radio, as promised last December by Ed Vaizey at the Go Digital Conference.
RadioToday is today able to publish a full strategy document, which sets out the views and aims of a group representing 80 commercial radio stations in the UK that wants a change in digital radio switchover policy.
The owners of 80 commercial radio stations in the UK have released a joint statement calling for the digital radio switchover timetable to be set by consumers, not by the government.
Future plans for the progress of DAB are being announced today at the Radio Festival, including that 40.1% of new cars now have digital radio as standard.
The BBC's Director of Distribution has announced plans to add 162 new digital radio transmitters to improve national DAB coverage for its national network stations to more than 97%.
D Love's here again. This time firing DAB digital radio sets out of canons and hitting people on the head. But it's all in the name of entertainment. (more…)
Car manufacturer Audi will today announce all their new cars from next month will include DAB Digital Radio as standard. (more…)
Digital One has applied to Ofcom to extend the national DAB multiplex to Northern Ireland for the first time. (more…)
The Department of Culture, Media and Sport has chosen Bath for a six-week pilot to work out how people might cope if FM is turned off. (more…)
Digital radio listening is now one third of all listening, with over 25 million people now tuning in to a digital signal, up 2.1 million year on year. (more…)
DAB+ test transmissions going under the name of "Brighton Experimental" along with seagull noises and chilled out music are now on-air. (more…)
New data about in-car digital radio shows 33.3% of all new cars have DAB digital radio installed as standard, up from 21% last year. (more…)
A new industry digital radio campaign running on TV and radio starts tomorrow, but the majority of UK radio stations are not spreading the D Love. (more…)