Digital Radio News
Ofcom is extending the nine month small scale DAB trials to two years.
Fun Kids is to be one of the first radio stations in the UK to launch on DAB+.
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.
Jamie Theakston and Emma Bunton will head the line-up on a new national DAB station this month from Global.
Panjab Radio has agreed a deal with Sound Digital to launch nationally using capacity on the second national digital radio multiplex.
Digital radio is now standard in 80% of new cars, Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture and the Digital Economy, announced today.
DAB station Smile Sussex will be changing its name and format in February under new owners UKRD.
Digital radio brand Pure has sold over five million units worldwide, with two million of those being from the One family.
National DAB radio services have arrived in Guernsey from the BBC, after a week of testing.
Digital radio reception is being improved for over 330,000 people in the Sussex area - around Crawley, Newhaven, Heathfield and in the Sussex Weald, north of Shoreham.
London community radio station Resonance FM has started a second service, on DAB in Brighton.
Lord Mayor of Plymouth, Councillor Dr John Mahony, has kicked off an awareness campaign in Plymouth for four new radio transmitters.
Town and Country Broadcasting is launching two new radio stations in the next couple of months, Nation Xmas and Nation Gold.
The Nottinghamshire area is the first in the UK to have over 50% of radio listening take place via a digital platform.
Panjab Radio is expanding into Europe with the launch of a DAB+ service in Berlin.
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.