DRM to host high level meeting in India
Thursday 26 January, 2017
The DRM Consortium, in collaboration with BECIL, is organising and hosting a high level round table meeting in New Delhi on January 31.
Its aim is to update and stimulate the interest of key Indian stakeholders in the public phase launch of the project to digitize radio in India, following the successful installation of DRM digital radio transmitters by All India Radio (AIR).
The aim of the event, ‘DRM: Digital Radio for All – Achieving PM's Dream of Digital India’, is to help the launch of the next phase of the DRM project by incorporating the views of all stakeholders for the successful deployment of all features of DRM digital radio.
This will ensure that high quality sound, additional services, exciting content and the DRM's extra features are available to enhance and enrich the lives of Indian and overseas listeners.
M Venkaiah Naidu, Union Minister for Information & Broadcasting, has consented to inaugurate the event.
DRM is inviting all stakeholder groups involved in the successful launch of digital terrestrial radio in India to attend the event, including several senior officers from the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology and Ministry of Road Transport & Highways; Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI); Prasar Bharati (both All India Radio and Doordarshan); private FM broadcasters; radio receiver manufacturers; automobile manufacturers; mobile phone manufacturers; Confederation of Indian Industry (CII); National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA); UNDP; BECIL; and DRM experts.
In the view of the DRM Consortium's Chairman, Ruxandra Obreja: "The DRM project in India is entering a new phase after the installation of 37 transmitters of which 35 are in medium wave and broadcasting in simulcast or even in pure digital mode. Medium wave is covering over 99% of the population and half are already in the incidence of a digital signal. FM only covers 47% of the Indians. The roll-out of DRM all over India is probably the biggest digital radio project in the world.
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