Britain's Ofcom Solicits Comments on FM to DAB Switchover
London - Jun 22 - Ofcom (the UK-equivalent to the FCC) has published a solicitation for comments (or what it calls consultation) regarding DAB coverage throughout the UK, and the proposed complete switchover from FM to DAB in 2015. Previously, the UK government published a Digital Radio Action Plan, the purpose of which is to "to provide the information to allow for a well-informed decision by government on whether to proceed with a radio switchover." With respect to the consultation, Ofcom intends to do the following:
Comments from stakeholders (broadcasters and listenersalike) are due by Sept. 14, 2011. The entire request for consultation can be read Online.
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