Digital Radio Week 2013

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In addition to the Digital Radio Summit and the RadioHack workshops, the meetings listed below will take place during this Digital Radio Week organized by EBU. Most of these meetings are by invitation only, however please see the information below for more details.

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New Radio Group

14:00-17:00, Tuesday 12 February

New Radio Group

For information please contact Christian Vogg.

RadioDNS General Assembly

13:00-15:00, Tuesday 12 Feb


For information please contact Caroline Brindle.

RadioDNS is open technology ring that lets broadcast radio and the internet work together: enhancing the listener experience and making radio better. The General Assembly is open to Members of RadioDNS.

Radio Platforms & Services (DPR)

16:00-18:00 Tuesday 12 Feb

EBU members only, for information please contact Filka Hänni.

The EBU Strategic Programme on Radio Platforms and Services focuses on the various technologies that can contribute to the successful rollout of digital and hybrid radio services.

WorldDMB Technical Committee

09:00-16:00 Thursday 14 Feb 


For information please contact Lina Vanberghem.

The WorldDMB Forum is an international non-government, membership organization whose objective it is to promote, harmonize and coordinate the implementation of all Eureka-147-based technologies, notably DAB and DAB+.

IDAG - Open Meeting
Revenue possibilities for cross-European data distribution via DAB

10:00-11:30, Thursday 14 Feb 


For information please contact Ron Ducroix or Gunnar Garfors.

IDAG is a non-profit organization seeking to promote, facilitate and coordinate DMB initiatives around the world. This includes DAB, DAB+ and additional services.

This meeting, which is open to any interested party (registration required), will focus on Revenue possibilities for cross-European data distribution via DAB. There are many companies that are interested in getting available DAB bandwidth for data services. Can this be coordinated to so that cross-European (“roaming”) services can be easily introduced, and what is needed to do so?