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Enhancing the audio experience: #DBS2018

Thursday 08 March, 2018


What can audiences expect in the future? And are we there yet?

Enhancing Multiplatform Content: #DBS2018

Wednesday 07 March, 2018

The 2018 Digital Broadcasting Symposium officially kicked off on Tuesday in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

Dr Javad Mottaghi (pictured below), Secretary-General of the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU), officially opened the conference.

Mottaghi noted in his welcome address that there had been an “overwhelming response from participants with colleagues from 45 countries representing over 250 organisations” in attendance. 

This year the theme of the symposium was Enhancing Multiplatform Content.

We have made regional radio easier to understand and buy: SCA’s Grant Blackley

Friday 23 February, 2018

SCA CEO Grant Blackley speaks to radioinfo about the highlights of the past six months and the compay's radio strategy for 2018.

Financial analyst off track with his predictions about radio industry disruption

Friday 05 January, 2018

Comment by Steve Ahern

Citi analyst David Kaynes appears to have lost his way in an analysis of the radio industry's next challenge - digital disruption in cars.

Perhaps he is using an old street directory, instead of a mapping app, because his analysis seems way out of date and fails to take into account many of the things the radio industry has already done to prepare for digital disruption in cars.

Play ball on Brisbane Digital Radio: Rebel FM's Aaron Jowitt

Thursday 30 November, 2017

The discussion about DAB+ overspill from Brisbane continues, with this contribution from Aaron Jowitt, proprietor of Rebel FM.

Brisbane’s DAB+ Dilemma: the Gold and Sunshine Coasts’ unwelcome visitor

Saturday 25 November, 2017

Brad Smart examines the ongoing battle over Brisbane’s digital radio coverage in this opinion piece for radioinfo.
When digital radio finally raised its head in Australia, commercial stations in Brisbane, as in all other capital cities, banded together to form a DAB+ consortium, to operate the city’s multiplex.
It was decided the antenna array would be located on one of the TV towers on Mt Cootha; the perfect location, you’d think.

New combined digital/FM offering from Hit and Triple M networks

Monday 16 October, 2017

Following SCA's digital brand alignment of the Triple M and Hit Networks on July 1, SCA's digital stations will now be automatically included in all Metro FM radio campaigns.

Double J offers a whole month of 90s music

Friday 02 June, 2017
June is all about the 90's on Double J as the station takes a look at the decade and asks,was this the greatest decade in music?

From Thursday to Sunday nights, Double J has curated 90s countdowns, special online features, dedicated 90s J Files, Classic Albums and Live At The Wireless’, and a very special 90s themed Artist in Residence by Spiderbait frontman, KRAM (pictured right).

Digital radio on its way to all capital cities

Wednesday 31 May, 2017

As the trial of digital radio services in Canberra and Darwin is set to be made permanent, The Australian Communications and Media Authority has also completed regulatory arrangements for digital radio to be made available in Hobart.

The ACMA has finalised digital radio channel plans for the future development of DAB+ digital radio in all of Australia’s capital cities.


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