Pushing the frontiers with Digital Radio Mondiale

While the future of radio is certainly digital, about half of the world’s population don’t have access to digital services. DRM, which uses the MW, SW and VHF bands, has been adopted by India, Pakistan, South Africa, China and others. The potential of the market has spurred on the technology development, with affordable and power-efficient receivers now widely available.

Presenter(s): Nigel Fry (BBC)