Frontier Silicon Receives First Digital "Tick Mark" Approval 

The Digital Tick Mark is being introduced in the UK this year to give consumers confidence that digital radios purchased are "future ready."

UK Automotive Trades Taking Notice of "Smart Radio" 

The Smart Radio project is a key to what broadcasters have chosen to call 'Hybrid radio.'

Jacobs Media Social Media Update 

This year, the company asked whether respondents use social channels on a daily basis.

RAJAR: UK Digital Listening Hours Continue to Increase 

Analog listening in-home in London has now declined to 38.9 percent of listening, while digital listening in-home is 50.9 percent.

German and Swiss Broadcasters, Automobile Manufacturers Agree on Future of Digital Radio 

One of the many purposes of the workshop was the desire to establish common strategies to develop and promote DAB+ in the car.

DAB Still in the Future for the Czech Republic 

In the Czech Republic there are three planned radio multiplexes that will provide for the broadcasting of up to 60 channels.

2014 Radio Mercury Award Finalists Announced 

DDB NY and Clear Channel Media + Entertainment lead this year's entries throughout multiple categories.

VCs, Internet Companies, Consumer Advocates Against Proposed FCC Rule Changes 

More than 100 technology companies, including Internet giants Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon wrote to Tom Wheeler, warning that his proposal was a "grave threat to the Internet."

DRM Consortium Will Present at the Upcoming CBA General Conference 

Ruxandra Obreja will demonstrate the sound quality provided by DRM/digital radio, on either medium wave, shortwave, or VHF.

German Commercial Radio Taking More Interest in DAB+ 

The public broadcaster SWR is leaving the 11D multiplex network though, and will be heard on their own network (channels 8D and 9D).

UK Transport Agencies Start Promoting Digital Radio 

Communications started this week with four Tweets from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing agency.

DAB+ Comes to Monaco 

The month-long test, which covers the area between Menton and Cap d'Antibes is being carried out by MCR.

Study Shows Radio Campaigns Significantly Improves Consumer Awareness 

The study measured the ROI on a new menu awareness marketing campaign, which ran across national cable television networks and four targeted Clear Channel radio markets.

NBC, Clear Channel Renew iHeartRadio Music Awards for 2015 

The awards, which were presented by Clear Channel Media and Entertainment, were also broadcast on Clear Channel radio stations nationwide.

NAB Announces Call for Speakers for CCW+SATCON 2014 

NAB is seeking presenters with fresh ideas in the areas of media and entertainment technology, content and management.

Dutch Public Broadcaster NPO now Transmitting Images via DAB+ 

The slides show information about the program in progress and news headlines.

Marconi Radio Awards Nominations Now Being Accepted 

Winners will be announced during the NAB Marconi Radio Awards 25th Anniversary Dinner and Show, held September 11 at the Radio Show in Indianapolis

Nielsen: Radio listening at all-time High 

Nearly 92 percent of all Americans 12 or older are tuning to radio in an average week.

Eight Appointed to Serve on NAB Radio Board 

Mary Quass was named Radio Board first vice chair.

U.S. Local Media Ad Revenues to Grow to $158.6B  

Radio advertising accounted for 11.1 percent of the total $133.2 billion spent in 2013.

Bavaria Radio Continues to Invest in DAB+  

Its current plan is to build another 21 DAB+ multiplex transmitter sites by the end of 2015.

2015 Nissan Murano to Feature HD Radio 

Thirty-five automakers have now publicly announced plans to incorporate HD Radio technology.

FCC Will Soon Propose New Net Neutrality Rules 

The Commission's plan is to allow ISPs such as Comcast and AT&T to strike deals with Internet content providers (such as Netflix).

Upcoming Automotive DAB+ Workshop to be Held in Zurich 

Experts from both the automotive industry and the broadcast industry will participate in the event.

FCC: We’re Keeping an Eye on Translators 

The Commission says FM continues to enjoy “significant advantages.”

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