The Norwegian Telecommunications regulator has announced winners of the bids for digital radio permits across eight regions of the country.
RadioCoop is the result of two years of collaboration between labor and radio stations to find a legal form for a multiplex operator that adapts to their needs.
The EBU states that radio is consumed in homes, at work, and in vehicles by the vast majority of people across the continent, and that it is of "vital cultural importance" therein.
There are 18 stations in the Cornhusker State broadcasting 30 HD Radio channels.
TuneIn Live creates a customized experience through rotating tiles that display relevant music, sports and news happening live, based on an individuals' listening habits and interests.
The country is studying the model used in Australia for the rollout.
The pilot program follows a one month DAB trial, which covers 53 percent of the Bohemia and Prague regions, and nearly 12 percent of the total population of the Czech Republic.
The deal provides free music, news and sports channels that can be customized by listeners.
Ford favors using an iPhone to connect, while GM ties OnStar to an AT&T connection.
Romandie intends to build the new DAB+ network immediately, and to have it in service by the end of August 2013.
Seat, Mercedes and Lexus are adding digital radio.
If approved, the new signals would provide several new stations to the region.
New transmitter signals in one area bring local digital radio coverage from zero to 67.7 percent.
The Forte 5-Door with HD Radio will arrive at dealers later in 2013.
Lagardere Active has four radio networks operating in the Czech Republic, with 2 million listeners.
The test will be held in the city of Bath for six weeks.
The workshop will provide an update on DAB+ coverage and the status of the rollout to areas outside of the five state metropolitan capitals.
There are 35 stations in the Copper State broadcasting 57 HD Radio channels.
The forum will cover how stations can be on the frontline of content delivery with the NextRadio app.
In total, 25.2 million people now listen to radio via a digital platform each week, up 9 percent year over year from 23.1 million in 4Q2011.
Extending a station's coverage with boosters is a common practice. HD Radio adds new considerations. We recap the current state of the art.
Vauxhall and Skoda are going digital.
The new receivers offer radio pause and replay functions.
The report gives a thumbnail of global connections based on results of the online streamer.
The a2x provides a system for managing, buying and selling third-party advertising campaigns.
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