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DRM Consortium Welcomes Associate Radio Haugaland
London - Apr 9, 2014 - DRM Consortium members were delighted to welcome a new associate member - Radio Haugaland - at a recent event held at BBC's Media Café. Eivind Solberg from the company provided a demonstration on how their software helps broadcasters manage multi-platform and multi-stream outputs, reports DRM news.
Richard Jacobs of Babcock, BBC's international service provider, was on hand to explain the service his company offers, and also how NXP's chipset SAF360x is used to demodulate Shortwave DRM transmissions.
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