Digital Radio News
National radio stations went fully digital in Norway on Wednesday 13th December, at 11:11.11am, after a year-long transition.
Berkshire has the highest percentage of digital listening in the country.
West Yorkshire based Radio Yorkshire is coming off DAB and going online only.
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.
French regulator Le Conseil Supérieur de l’Audiovisuel has outlined its commitment to the success of DAB+ in France.
We're on track to have 60 million consumer and automotive DAB/DAB+ receivers sold in Europe and Asia Pacific.
Sound Digital is advertising for anyone wanting to run a national DAB+ radio station to get in touch.
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.
Altered Images singer Clare Grogan is starting a new evening show, six nights a week on digital station Absolute 80s.
Awesome Radio, the music and speech service targeting British Asians and the broader Muslim community, has disappeared from national DAB.
UKRD has appointed Dave Alsybury to run its digital station that plays songs from the shows.
Digital Radio UK and the Radio Academy Wales, in partnership with RadioToday, are holding a free digital radio event in Cardiff.
JACK fm Berkshire, recently banished to DAB, is changing its name to Sam FM Thames Valley from September 4th.
Ofcom has said no to a request from MuxCo mid and west Wales to extend its coverage area to include Swansea.
Digital radio station Fun Kids is claiming the title of World's Biggest Kids Podcaster, as it launches another all about reading.
Wireless Group's Belfast-based station U105 has gone on digital radio for the first time this week.
Digital radio progress was celebrated at a special Digital Radio Summer Reception on Monday at Global.
The station playing nothing but new beats, KISS Fresh, has joined the national radio line-up on DAB digital radio.
Together these new transmitters will reach 250,000 listeners throughout the area which was celebrated at a special event at Brownlow Primary School in Melton Mowbray.
A new digital radio station will launch this weekend on the Herts, Beds and Bucks DAB multiplex.