5G radio broadcasts : What is the future? Interesting article that I found in WorldDAB Eureka. Is it Mobile network will be more expensive for internet radio? Or it is a propaganda from the DAB Group. Let’s read the feature to discover more on 5G the future for radio.
Please note 5G radio broadcasts : What is the future? is nothing from my side, only from WorldDAB Eureka. Visit WorldDAB Eureka to learn more.
5G radio broadcasts : What is the future?
Radio Belarus International starts new language. Radio Belarus Arabic Service is starting today. From 1 October 2017, Arabic Service added as ninth language into their broadcasting bucket.
Radio Belarus International broadcasts in eight languages:
- Belorussian (11 May 1962);
- Russian (1988);
- English (January 1988);
- German (1985);
- Polish (2006);
- French (2010);
- Spanish (2010) and
- Chinese (2012).
Community Radio Free FM 89MHZ was launched in 1992. Formerly it known as AM1206, and rebranded in 2004 and 2012. The Station previously broadcast as Community Radio Hamilton on AM1206 and low-power 106.7FM in Hamilton city. It is now in Hamilton, Waikato Region and North Island. Its target listeners of different ages and genders through-out the country. Radio Free FM 89MHZ is also in live stream and on-demand podcasts from their website.
The Ministry for Culture and Heritage allocated the 89.0FM frequency to Free FM in October 2011. After several years of lobbying, and raising funds, the Station launched successfully as Radio Free FM 89MHZ on 1 August 2012.
DAB Workshop at Amman Jordan 23-24 August 2017
Jordan Radio and Television Corporation (JRTV) and the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Jordan (TRC) going to host a two-day DAB Workshop at Amman Jordan, jointly with WorldDAB and Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU) from 23 to 24 August 2017.
The workshop will showcase the DAB+ standard, look at DAB+ features and efficiency improvements compared to analogue FM broadcasting and will focus also on policy, regulation and system planning.
Digital audio broadcasting (DAB) and DAB+ is a digital radio standard for broadcasting digital audio radio services, used in several countries across Europe and Asia Pacific.
The DAB standard was initiated as a European research project in the 1980s. The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) launched the first DAB channel in the world on 1 June 1995 (NRK Klassisk), and the BBC and Swedish Radio (SR) launched their first DAB digital radio broadcasts in September 1995. DAB receivers have been available in many countries since the end of the 1990s.
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