Babcock Shortwave and DRM Roadshow
During its bi-annual shortwave and DRM roadshow to BBC managers, production and editorial staff, DRM Consortium member, Babcock, demonstrated the clarity of DRM transmissions using the new Indian-made DRM receiver. Read more
DRM Receiver Available on Amazon India
The first ever Indian made DRM receiver Communication Systems INC (Avion Electronics) - will be available for international shipping on Amazon India from the end of October. For more details contact Avion Electronics.
Digital Radio Viability
DRM Consortium Chair, Ruxandra Obreja explores the possibilities of stimulating digital radio ownership. Read more
DRM Workshops for Key Stakeholders in Hungary and Romania
The DRM Consortium recently held two workshops in Hungary and Romania. The workshops were well attended and in Hungary DRM experts were supported by the National Media - and Infocommunications Authority. Read more
All India Radio (AIR) Tiruchirapalli
All India Radio (AIR) Tiruchirapalli has started test transmissions in simulcast mode with AM transmission on 936 kHz and DRM on 945 kHz. This joins other AIR DRM transmissions from Kolkata; Delhi with Vividh Bharati on 100.1 MHz, FM Rainbow on 102.6 MHz (from the Mall Road transmitter complex), and Bengaluru.
New DRM digital radio system for AM / FM / Shortwave and Tropical Waves in Brazil
Discussions in Brazil on using DRM for high quality, cost-effective broadcasting to benefit all, including local stations in place of the proposed FM migration which will benefit few and could prove costly. Read more
AM & DRM30 – The Most Economical Way to Cover Large Areas
Jochen Huber, President of JHBC Broadcast Consulting and Honorary Member DRM Consortium, takes a look at cost-effective ways to broadcast into large geographical areas. Read more
EBU Appoints new Head of Radio
We say farewell to Christian Vogg of the EBU and welcome and look forward to continuing the relationship between the Consortium and the EBU with Graham Dixon who takes over the position as Head of Radio.
BBC Schedule Change
As the clocks in the UK change on Sunday 25th November (going back an hour), the schedules for the BBC’s DRM broadcasts will also change. The new programme schedules will be available on the DRM website from Friday 23rd October.