Covering South Africa with digital sounds

How do you cover a country with a land area 5 times that of the UK with Digital Radio? Aldred Dreyer from the SA DRM Group and Radu Obreja from the DRM Consortium tell the story of their contribution to this massive undertaking.


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We also note the accolade give to our member INNTOT by another key member, NXP:


Since the GA, Consortium members have participated in the NAB, which resumed service after a two-year hiatus. We know some members are also ready to attend CABSAT in the Middle East (May) and BROADCAST ASIA (June) events.


Thank you once again for participating in the successful DRM General Assembly (GA). Most of the information is available and has been shared in our April newsletter, on the website and through our weekly Q@A posted on the Consortium website. Should you want more information please write to: to be directed to the
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1st Live digital MW broadcast in SA

Radio Pulpit, a Christian community station in South Africa, has made history by leading the SA radio broadcasting industry into the digital era with the first LIVE digital medium wave broadcast in South Africa. This Christian community station has made history by leading the SA radio broadcasting industry into the digital era with the first
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Great Possibilities for DRM in Southern Africa

The saying that the proof of the pudding is in the eating, has proven to be true during the practical DRM workshop, held on 16-17 October in Centurion, South Africa. Key stake holders and media in Southern Africa received hands-on demonstrations of the potential of the DRM digital radio standard at the workshop, hosted by
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July 2016 Newsletter

Dear Friends, Colleagues and Partners, July seems to have been “The African month” for DRM. The organisation of regulators in Southern Africa (CRASA) invited DRM to participate in their recent digital radio workshop and introduce the standard. The DRM benefits were of great interest to some of the 15 countries grouped in the Southern African
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