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.
After adding to its global reach with Bangladesh earlier in 2017, RCS has now partnered with The Monnect Group in Myanmar.
RCS engineer Somchai Sonkrud installed the integrated GSelector and Zetta products in Myanmar and trained the MI Radio staff.
“They were all very excited about their brand new radio station,” says Somacchi, “They have built great looking studios and are using best practice software from the World’s Largest Broadcast software company.”
During the DRM session at this week's Digital Broadcasting Symposium, DRM Chair Ruxandra Obreja explained that Digital Radio Mondiale can use existing transmission infrastructure and can broadcast on all broadcast bands, Shortwave, AM and FM.
Over 140 industry professionals from 20 different countries joined the DAB+ workshop at ABU DBS this year, discussing the progress of DAB+ in the region, hybrid radio, the business case for implementing DAB+ and the benefits of DAB+ in smartphones.
With more than 100 different car models around the world now equipped with Android Auto and CarPlay, the option to integrate smartphone apps with a car's multimedia system has become a must-have for many.
RadioKing now allows you for the first time, to integrate your station into the connected car via Android Auto!