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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.

Mitsubishi features digital radios in latest ad campaign

Thursday 18 May, 2017

Car manufacturers are very savvy about what they feature in their advertisements.

Body shape, drivability, seat comfort and features are carefully scrutinised and the elements most calculated to appeal to buyers are finally chosen to be featured in car ads.

At the moment Mitsubishi's prime time tv ads are highlighting digital radio as one of the most important dashboard entertainment options.

Presumably their dealers and marketing information is telling them that purchasers are asking for digital radios in their new cars, and the company is responding.

FBi Click to be replaced by 94.5 on DAB+

Friday 05 May, 2017

Due to the growth of digital radio listening, Sydney community station FBi is dropping its Click format from the DAB+ band and will now simulcast its main service on both FM and DAB.

The station, targeted at youth, has noticed significant growth in DAB+ listening. By late 2016, almost 23% of 10-17 year olds and 17.5% of 18-24 year olds were listening to the new digital band.

Communications Minister Fifield announces extra digital radio funding for community sector on Light FM

Thursday 04 May, 2017
"It's important that the community radio sector has certainty," said Communications Minister Mitch Fifield, announcing additional funding for community digital radio on Light FM Melbourne this morning.

"We recognise it is important that we make funding provision to ensure that this important work that community radio does can be supported and that the transition to digital radio can be supported," he told Light FM presenters Lucy and Kel.

There's a lot of feelings for the old radios in Norway: Digital Radio CEO

Wednesday 22 March, 2017
One of our most commented-on international reports this year has been Norway's switch over to digital radio.

The proponents of the analog switch off have put forward the benefits of going fully digital, such as lower costs and more channels, but, judging by some of the comments on our pages, not everyone in Norway is as convinced as those who have organised the switch over.

The radio world is watching Norway

Saturday 11 March, 2017
The radio world has been watching Norway to see if its bold experiment to switch off Analog FM radio and replace it with DAB+ digital radio will be successful.

So far so good, according to Jørn Jensen (pictured) from Norway's national broadcaster NRK.

Jensen was in Malaysia this week at the DBS2017 Digital Broadcasting Symposium, just weeks after the first FM transmitters in Norway were switched off.

Consultation on digital radio channel planning for Hobart, Canberra, Darwin and the Gold Coast

Wednesday 21 December, 2016

Following the announcement of digital radio extension beyond the five capital cities, the Australian Communications and Media Authority has outlined the general approach and planning principles for regional Australia.
 

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