Ford Ennals joins Stuart Clarkson and Roy Martin to celebrate digital radio hitting 50% in the latest RAJARs.
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.
Digital Radio UK is taking its 'Doing the DAB' event to Northern Ireland, following the success of sessions across England and Scotland.
Digital listening has increased year-on-year to 45.2% share, up from 41.7% in Q4 2015.
It's good news for digital radio fans this quarter as analogue listening declined year on year by 10.4% to just over 50% of listening.
In the last 12 months 1.6 million cars have been sold with digital radio fitted as standard.
An additional 10% of cars also have digital radio available as a cost option, meaning that 75% of new cars in the UK now have digital radio available as standard or as an option.
The majority of van models from Ford and Vauxhall now coming with digital radio as standard, Digital Radio UK has announced.
UK-based digital radio manufacturer Pure and the Digital Radio UK organisation are welcoming Norway's plans for DAB.
The latest figures for cars with DAB as standard is up from 50% to 61% in the last 12 months.
Here's what happened at the digital radio event at New Broadcasting House this morning.
A major digital radio expansion was announced by Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture and the Digital Economy, speaking at today’s Drive to Digital: NOW conference held at BBC New Broadcasting House.
DAB is an overnight success story 20 years in the making, says Digital Radio UK as the 20 millionth digital radio set is sold.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson together with an invited audience at Leicester Square are celebrating digital radio in the Capital this morning.
The biggest digital only stations are continuing to grow this quarter, as Absolute 80s, 6 Music and The Hits all increase their audiences.
Kia has committed to moving to digital radio as standard across most of its Kia models in the UK.
Digital Radio UK and the automotive industry today welcomed Ofcom’s advertisement for the second national DAB mux.
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 new digital radio ‘tick mark’ has been launched to automotive industry attendees at a digital radio briefing this morning.
The weekly reach for all radio listening in the UK is back up above the 90 per cent mark, as 90.9% of the population are tune in.