New DAB Multiplex for Oxfordshire on the Air
Oxford, England - Dec 21,2012 - Ed Vaizey, the UK Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries officially turned on the local DAB multiplex for Oxfordshire. He was joined by the morning shows of BBC Radio Oxford, Heart and Jack FM, according to Radio Today.
Five local stations will be on the new multiplex facility from the outset: BBC Radio Oxford, Jack FM, Heart, Capital and Gold. Oxfordshire is the first of 13 new local DAB multiplex systems to be launched over the next 18 months under the terms of the Government and Industry Memorandum of Understanding.
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