BBC's DAB Rollout Continues 

This will extend coverage of the BBC's national radio stations on DAB from 93 percent to 97 percent of the UK population by the end of 2015.

Marketron Unveils New Idea Vaults  

The content will help Marketron’s client base with the successful addition of digital marketing and advertising to their revenue opportunities.

Sprint and NextRadio Provide Free Emergency FM Radio Access 

By downloading NextRadio, Sprint, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA customers can use their Android smartphone to receive news and information from local broadcast affiliates during times of emergency.

Swiss Broadcasters Continue with Plans for Complete FM-to-DAB+ Migration 

The point of the seminar was to disseminate the latest news about digital radio throughout Switzerland.

AM and Hybrid Radio Among Topics at the 2014 Radio Show Technology Program 

The Radio Show, held Sept. 10-12, in Indianapolis, is produced by the Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB) and the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB).

iHeartRadio Show Your Stripes Receives Two Halo Awards 

Show Your Stripes helps veterans re-enter the workplace by highlighting their valuable training and experience, has received two Halo Awards for its work.

Emergency Warning Features of DRM to be Demonstrated During Media Summit on Climate Change 

The aim of the trial is to demonstrate that shortwave broadcasting has a unique value for affected populations and that the existing framework of global shortwave coordination can be employed for disaster risk purposes.

Wireless Industry Safety Task Force Launches 100% Tie-Off 24/7 Website 

This enhanced 100% Tie-Off 24/7 website contains safety resources and information designed to make tower industry personnel and stakeholders aware of the standards and compliance directives that govern fall protection.

Commercial Radio Australia Chief Promotes Hybrid Radio 

AsiaRadioToday reports that Warner is also calling for the installation of digital radio chips in all new radios and smartphones.

NY State Broadcasters Conference: Generation Competition 

This year's Conference - "Generation Competition" - brings together all the radio and television stations from across the Empire State.

55 Percent of New Cars Sold in UK Have DAB Radio as Standard Equipment 

According to CAP/SMMT, this is up from 37.2 percent in April 2013 and up from just 3.6 percent four years ago (April 2010).

Digital Radio an Important Topic at the RadioAsia 2014 Conference 

Digital radio broadcasting has become an important topic in at least four Asian countries.

NewBay Media Announces Radio Magazine Leadership Team 

Shane Toven joins as editor, and Steven Bell and Erin Shipps are promoted.

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.

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