General Assembly of DRM Consortium Scheduled for March 2014

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London - Dec 16, 2013 - The General Assembly of the DRM Consortium is scheduled to take place on March 26-27, 2014 at the BBC Headquarters in central London, the New Broadcasting House. Under the title "DRM in Action" the Consortium will consider the benefits of DRM and its progress, and affirm the power of digital radio.

The first day of the GA (March 26) will be open to all DRM members and invited guests from the UK and abroad. The morning will be devoted to informative presentations on the extra benefits of digital radio; the impact of radio and insights into markets around the world, in particular India and Brazil. In the afternoon, all delegates will be able to have a "hands-on" experience of DRM and digital radio. It will be an ideal opportunity to network with fellow professionals from across the globe and to see how the new technology can offer choice of content and benefit audiences. The event will be hosted in the iconic Radio Theatre of the BBC.

To register for the General Assembly events on March 26 contact

Events held on March 27 are dedicated to DRM Consortium members only.

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