WorldDMB releases Global Eureka 147 Update
WorldDMB, the organization responsible for administrating and advancing the Eureka 147 family of digital broadcasting standards released its latest global update report at the IBC 2010 conference in Amsterdam this week. The document details the most up-to-date data on the status of DAB, DAB+, and DMB broadcast operations worldwide.
In a press release, WorldDMB boasts of steady growth in DAB+ listening in Australia, the long awaited launch of DAB+ in Germany, as well as pilot tests of DAB+ scheduled in four Italian cities later this year.
Downloadable copies of the document are available for free to WorldDMB members, or for purchase in hard copy by non-members.
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