CAP Server Online for EAS 

Radio magazine is told many units are already capable of receiving the CAP data.

BBC Fires up More DAB Transmitters 

The new transmissions will cover a population of more than 270,000 people.

Australia's Hino to Offer DAB+ as Standard Feature 

All Hino 300, 500, and 700 series trucks manufactured from September 2011 onwards will feature the new Australian-designed, multimedia unit that includes DAB+ as factory fitted standard equipment.

NDR Added to German DAB+ System 

Coverage will be provided in the metropolitan areas of Hanover, Hamburg, Kiel, Schwerin and Bremen.

Marseille Launches DAB with 11 Broadcasters 

There are 11 broadcast organizations now available via the multiplex transmission.

WorldDMB Presents DAB Marketing Seminar 

Executives from the digital radio industry in the Netherlands and Belgium came together to discuss the latest news affecting their own digital radio industries and that of their immediate neighboring countries.

FEMA Plans EAS Post-test Webinar for Nov. 29, 2011 

The webinar will discuss what worked, what didn't, and what is being done to fix the problems.

RAB: Radio Sees Seven Consecutive Quarters of Growth 

Digital, off-air, network all show strong gains from last year.

Spaceline Conducts Special Saturday DRM Broadcasts 

The project is intended to demonstrate reception quality to the listeners presenting variety of programs from different broadcasters.

Ghanaian Station GFM Radio Added to London DAB 

GFM radio now reaches a monthly global audience of 7 million.

NRSC Releases Study on Program Associated Data 

The report is designed help broadcasters and receiver manufacturers understand how to best transmit and display PAD information for HD Radio and RBDS.

2012 NAB Show to Highlight Emerging Companies in Startup Loft 

The exhibit area in the South Hall lobby will include demonstrations from media, technology and entertainment startups.

Delaware Court Issues Stay in Automation Patent Proceeding 

The group owners asked for the stay pending the reexamination of the patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

DAB+ Gains Ground Across Australia 

DAB listening is more than double Internet listening down under.

FEMA's Centeno Offers Thoughts on National EAS Test 

Manny Centeno says a great deal was learned from the first national test, and it's important for FEMA and broadcasters to "continue to strike while the iron is hot."

DRM Important Topic at Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union General Assembly 

Topics of discussion included receiver capabilities, custom content for digital transmissions, and the various types of receivers available.

Media Broadcast Activates Text Distribution Across German DAB 

The platform allows for nationwide broadcasting of data services such as electronic program guides, text messages or traffic information.

BBC, Global Radio, Frontier Silicon Share Award for RadioTAG Development 

The inaugural TechCon Technical Innovation Award recognizes the recent work on the development of RadioTAG.

Studer to Support Axia Livewire 

Studer joins in a list of other companies who have added support of the AoIP system.

Bayern Digital Radio Presents Forum on First 100 Days of German DAB+ 

All major automobile manufacturers based in Germany (Mercedes, BMW, Audi and VW) already offer DAB+ as an option in their vehicles.

FCC/FEMA: EAS Test Served its Purpose 

The official statement: The Nationwide EAS Test served the purpose for which it was intended: to identify gaps and generate a comprehensive set of data to help strengthen our ability to communicate during real emergencies.

National EAS Test: How Did You Do? 

The Nov.9, 2011, national EAS test has concluded. How did your station do?

MediaCorp Singapore to Terminate DAB Operations 

An early DAB adopter calls it quits because of other technologies.

SBE Files on BAS Spectrum Usage 

Both filings relate to RPU channels and seek to correct errors in the FCC rules.

Sydney Morning Herald's Turner Writes About DAB+ 

Adam Turner gives a very matter-of-fact evaluation of DAB+ and puts forth some good questions.

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