The ten small-scale DAB triallists operating multiplexes around the UK will continue their service till 31 March 2020.
WorldDAB has produced a set of guidelines for automotive manufacturers and broadcasters on how to deliver the best possible digital radio user experience.
A consultation with the aim of including community radio stations and local commercial stations on the DAB platform has been launched today by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport.
National radio stations went fully digital in Norway on Wednesday 13th December, at 11:11.11am, after a year-long transition.
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.
A digital radio unit has been fitted into a tractor owned by a local farmer.
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 and the Radio Academy Wales, in partnership with RadioToday, are holding a free digital radio event in Cardiff.
Digital radio progress was celebrated at a special Digital Radio Summer Reception on Monday at Global.
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.
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.