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Latest Updates and News

September 18th
A new service has popped up on the Swiss ensemble in Ticino (Tessin), SMC_I03.
1 THAALAM THAMIL is broadcasting in DAB+ at 64 kbit/s, effectively a migration from DIG I02. Snapshot updated.

September 18th
Snapshot updated of the Swiss ensemble for Sopraceneri and Sottoceneri, DIG I02.
2 THAALAM THAMIL replaces 1 THAALAM THAMIL.
R.Studio.Star has a new SId.

September 18th
On London 2, the service Virgin Pride has ceased. Snapshot updated.

September 17th
On Trial London, the service Mixer Radio, which popped up on August 31st but has been lurking silently ever since, is now transmitting audio.

September 17th
The UK regulator has published details of the applicants for Round Two of the small-scale DAB advertisements. In total, 30 applications were received among 18 areas across North West England and North East Wales. Four areas failed to attract any applications: Chester & Ellesmere Port, Clitheroe, Rhyl Ruthin & Mold and Wirral. A selection process will now take place. Details of the areas to be advertised in a forthcoming Round Three have also been confirmed. 25 areas in all four nations of the United Kingdom will be advertised, probably in the fourth quarter of 2021. Areas to be advertised in a forthcoming Round Four will be announced at the same time as the Round Three advertisements.

September 17th
In Germany, a new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 12B.
Bennin (2.5 kW) extends and improves coverage of the regional ensemble in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, NDR MV SN in an area that includes Zarrentin, Hagenow, Lübtheen and Lauenburg.

September 16th
The French regulator has authorised a one-year pilot of DAB+ in the overseas département Martinique. The decision, published on the CSA website but not yet found in the Journal Officiel, authorises nine audio services to be broadcast from three sites at la Trinité, Rivière-Pilote and le Diamant. This is believed to be the first time that DAB+ will have been broadcast in the Caribbean. A similar pilot was authorised on the Indian Ocean island département Réunion earlier this year. Page added.

September 15th
On the Netherlands national ensemble MTVNL, the packet data service dabdata1 has ceased.

September 15th
A new service has popped up on the Belgian ensemble DAB+ VLAANDEREN2.
100CROONERS is broadcasting in DAB+ at 96 kbit/s.

September 15th
On Trial Glasgow, the service The Max appears to have ceased for the second time this year. Snapshot updated.

September 15th
In France, the regulator has issued the remaining formal authorisations to services selected to broadcast on the forthcoming ensemble for Gard and Lozère, known officially as "Nîmes étendu" - J A Z Z Radio, Maritima, Radio FG, Radio Nova, Radio Orient, Sud Radio and TSF Jazz plus the service France Bleu Gard Lozère from public-service broadcaster Radio France.

September 15th
An additional service has popped up on the UK local ensemble Surrey-NSussex.
Angel Vintage is broadcasting in "original-flavour" DAB at 64 kbit/s, Mono LSF. Snapshot updated.


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Update History

September 14th
digitalbitrate has added a receiver in Mafalda, Italy.

September 14th
A new service has popped up on Trial Portsmouth.
B Radio is broadcasting in DAB+ at 40 kbit/s in DAB+.
The existing service 60s has switched to mono with the bitrate unchanged.
Snapshot updated.

September 14th
On London 3, the service DilSe Radio has been relabelled Lyca Gold.
Snapshot updated.

September 14th
In France, the regulator has issued a further four of the formal authorisations to services selected to broadcast on the forthcoming ensemble for Gard and Lozère, known officially as "Nîmes étendu" - Chante France, Ecclesia, Hello Occitanie and RTS.

September 12th
Snapshot updated of the national ensemble DAB+ AUSTRIA.
Addition of -AUSTRIA (Radio Austria), broadcasting at 72 kbit/s in DAB+.

September 11th
An additional service has popped up on the Belgian ensemble DAB+ VLAANDEREN1.
The service Willy has a different SId to the existing instance on DAB+ VLAANDEREN2.

September 11th
On Trial London, the service Angel Vintage has been relabelled Angel Vintage Ln.

September 11th
On the UK local ensemble Bournemouth, the service HITSRADIO BMOUTH has been relabelled HITS RADIO BMTH.

September 11th
In France, the regulator has issued the remaining formal authorisation of the services selected to broadcast on the forthcoming ensemble for Pyrénées-Orientales, known officially as "Perpignan étendu", that will operate on Block 5B, to the public-service broadcaster Radio France and its service France Bleu Roussillon.

September 11th
In France, the regulator has issued the first of the formal authorisations to services selected to broadcast on the forthcoming ensemble for Gard and Lozère, known officially as "Nîmes étendu", that will operate on Block 10A - 100% Souvenirs.

September 11th
In France, the regulator has issued all thirteen formal authorisations to services selected to broadcast on the forthcoming local ensemble in Nîmes - Alliance Plus, CapSao, Chérie FM Grand Sud, Crooner Radio, Générations, Melody, NRJ Nîmes, Oüi FM, Radio Aviva, Radio Flash, Radio Lenga d'Oc, Radio One and Radio Pitchoun.

September 11th
In France, the regulator has issued the five remaining formal authorisations to services selected to broadcast on the forthcoming local ensemble in Perpignan - Antinéa Radio, Crooner Radio, Melody, NRJ Perpignan and Radio Maria.

September 10th
In France, the regulator has begun issuing the formal authorisations to services selected to broadcast on the forthcoming ensembles in Perpignan. In the first batch, eight services (Chérie FM, FM Évangile 66, Grand Sud FM, Littoral FM, Radio Aviva, Radio Fiesta, Radio Pitchoun and Urban Hit) have been authorised to broadcast on the local ensemble that will operate on Block 11A. Twelve services have been authorised to broadcast on the forthcoming Block 5B ensemble for Pyrénées-Orientales, known officially as "Perpignan étendu" (100% pays catalan, CapSao, Chante France, Hello Occitanie, Jazz Radio, Pyrénées FM, Radio FG, Radio Orient, RCF Occitanie Méditerranée, RTS, Sud Radio and TSF Jazz).

September 10th
In France, the regulator has issued the two remaining formal authorisations to services selected to broadcast on the forthcoming ensemble for Hérault and Aveyron, known officially as "Montpellier étendu", that will operate on Block 11C - Jazz Radio and Sud Radio.

September 9th
In France, the regulator has issued formal authorisations to eleven of the services selected to broadcast on the forthcoming ensemble for Hérault and Aveyron, known officially as "Montpellier étendu", that will operate on Block 11C - 100%, CapSao, Melody, Oüi FM, Radio FG, Radio Lenga d'Oc, Radio Nova, RCF Occitanie Méditerranée, Swigg, TSF Jazz and the service from public-service broadcaster Radio France, France Bleu Hérault.

September 9th
In France, the regulator has issued the remaining formal authorisations to services selected to broadcast on the forthcoming local ensemble for Montpellier that will operate on Block 9C - Beur FM, Chérie FM, Crooner Radio, Hello Occitanie and NRJ Montpellier.

September 8th
In France, the regulator has issued a further four formal authorisations to services selected to broadcast on the forthcoming local ensemble for Montpellier that will operate on Block 9C - FM Plus, Radio Aviva, Radio Campus and Radio Clapas.

September 8th
In Bulgaria, the spectrum regulator has launched a public consultation on the introduction of DAB/DAB+ broadcasting. Currently, only a trial in Sofia has been licensed. There appears to be no shortage of spectrum. Frequencies are available for two national ensembles, both constructed as MFNs and for a mix of regional and local ensembles. The consultation document lists ten frequencies available in the city of Sofia and a further four for the wider Sofia region. The regulator invites submissions "within 30 days of publication". The consulatation appeared on the CRC website on September 1st. [Wohnort adds: The consultation appears not to address the vicious circle demonstrated by the regulator's recent rejection in February this year of an application for a licence by Digital Audio Bulgaria to broadcast in Sofia. The application was rejected on the grounds that there was no content to broadcast. No radio services had been licensed for digital broadcasting by the media regulator, and the media regulator refused to licence radio services for digital broadcasting because there was no stated government policy on the introduction of digital radio broadcasting.]

September 6th
The digitalbitrate website now has a receiver located in Leuven, Belgium.

September 6th
In Switzerland, a new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 8C. Avegno Cimetta extends and improves coverage of the regional ensemble for private-sector German-language services SMC_I03 in an area that includes Locarno and Tegna.

September 6th
An additional service has popped up on the Italian regional ensemble in Lombardia, MEDIA DAB. FunkyCornerRadio is broadcasting in DAB+ at 48 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.

September 6th
On the Italian regional ensemble CRDAB Liguria, ITALIA NEWS 24 has been replaced by RADIO NEWS 24, with a different SId. RADIO RICORDI has been replaced by RADIO NEWS, also with a different SId. Snapshot updated.

September 6th
On the UK local ensemble Bournemouth, Absolute Country and HITSRADIO BMOUTH replace HITS RADIO UK and Fire Radio.

September 6th
On the UK local ensemble Bristol, Absolute Country and HITSRADIO BRISTL replace HITS RADIO UK and Sam Bristol.

September 5th
In France, an additional service has popped up on the local ensemble for Lens-Douai - BLAD.
RADIO CAMPUS is reported to be broadcasting in DAB+ at 88 kbit/s.

September 5th
In France, the regulator has begun issuing the formal authorisations to services selected to broadcast on the forthcoming ensembles in Montpellier. In the first batch, four services (Divergence FM, Radio Flash, Radio One and RTS) have been authorised to broadcast on the local ensemble that will operate on Block 9C. The remaining services on this ensemble and the corresponding "étendu" ensemble that will cover Hérault and Aveyron on Block 11C will likely follow in the next days. [It is worth noting that no fewer than fourteen other local areas, plus fourteen corresponding "étendus" areas, were advertised at the same time as Montpellier. If those other areas are running to the same timescale, Wohnort's France page is likely to require constant attention in the next few weeks. Meanwhile, authorisations for ensembles to cover Bayonne and Pau, which were advertised in an earlier round, have not yet been published.]

September 4th
In Germany, an additional service has popped up on the local ensemble in Bad Kreuznach - DAB+ Mux Bad KH
Ahrtalradio is broadcasting in DAB+ at 88 kbit/s and is a special service for a region of northern Rheinland-Pfalz that was badly affected by the flooding in mid-July.

September 4th
The digitalbitrate website now has a receiver located in Northamptonshire.

September 4th
On the UK local ensemble Derbyshire, the service Grt Hits E Mids has been relabelled Grt Hits D'shire.

September 4th
Snapshot of the local ensemble Channel Islands updated.
Addition of UCB 1 and UCB 2.

September 2nd
In Germany, the transmitter Braunschweig-Drachenberg broadcasting the regional ensemble NDR NDS BS has switched from Block 11B to 6C. This change means that all the transmitters for this ensemble are now operating as a Single Frequency Network.

September 2nd
Snapshot of the German national ensemble DR Deutschland updated.
An additional packet data service has popped up since the previous observation.
PPP-RTK-AdV is running at 8 kbit/s. Previous snapshot corrected.

September 2nd
Snapshot added of the Swedish ensemble for Göteborg, BAUER MEDIA GBG.

September 2nd
Snapshot of the Swedish ensemble for Göteborg, NENT GROUP.
POWER MILLENNIUM relabelled GO COUNTRY since the previous observation.

September 1st
In Germany, a new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 12D.
Cottbus-Hufelandstr. improves coverage of Berlin/BRBG K12D in the centre of Cottbus, particularly indoors.

September 1st
Two additional services are reported to have popped up on the local ensemble Channel Islands. UCB 1 and UCB 2 are reported to be broadcasting in DAB+ at 24 kbit/s apiece.

September 1st
On the Swiss local ensemble for Basel, DIG D04 - BS, the service MultiKulti Radio has ceased.

September 1st
In Germany, the operator of the forthcoming private-sector ensemble for Nordrhein-Westfalen, audio.digital NRW, has announced it will launch at the end of October, with the precise details yet to be announced. Contracts for the carriage of eight audio services have already been agreed. According to the announcement, a selection process is being conducted for the remaining capacity as the offer was oversubscribed.

September 1st
Snapshot of the Danish local ensemble Oestjyll updated. The services ALFA GOLD and Radio Silkeborg are each running at 72 kbit/s - and increase in the first case and a decrease in the second.

September 1st
digitalbitrate's receiver in Paris has captured test transmissions on Block 6C for the forthcoming first national ensemble. towerCast-m1 has thirteen services on board - Test_01 to Test_13. Snapshots of both test transmissions added.

August 31st
A new service has popped up on Trial London.
Mixer Radio is broadcasting in DAB+ at 32 kbit/s.
The existing service TEST 02 has ceased. Snapshot updated.

August 30th
A new service has popped up on the Italian regional ensemble in Lombardia, MEDIA DAB.
Radio MillenniuM is broadcasting in DAB+ at 48 kbit/s.
RADIO GOLD PAVIA has been relabelled Gold Pavia.
RADIO ULTIMA ORA has been relabelled GR ULTIMA ORA.
The services 607080 and Radio Studio + have ceased.
Snapshot updated.

August 30th
On the UK local ensemble Humberside, the service Grt Hits E Yorks is reported to be using a new SId. The previous instance is reported to have been relabelled GHR moved retune and points to the same audio stream as the new instance.

August 30th
On the UK local ensemble Birmingham, Magic Chilled is reported to have been replaced by Magic Soul.

August 29th
Page added for Montenegro. A trial is underway covering Podgorica and Danilovgrad since March 2021. - DAB Ensemble - is reported to have two DAB+ services on board - R98 and RCG.

August 27th
digitalbitrate's receiver in Paris has captured test transmissions on Block 8C for the forthcoming second national ensemble. towerCast-m2 has twelve services on board - Test_14 to Test_25.

August 26th
Snapshot of the UK ensemble D1 National updated. The service UCB 1 has dropped to 56 kbit/s since the previous observation.
[This story has been edited to correct the Service Label]

August 24th
In Germany, a new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 9A. Bungsberg extends and improves coverage of the regional ensemble for Lübeck, NDR SH HL.

August 24th
Snapshot of the UK local ensemble Inverness updated. Multiple relabellings since the previous observation.

August 24th
Snapshot of the UK local ensemble Tayside updated. Since the previous observation, Absolute Rad 70s has been relabelled Absolute 70s and Absolute C Rock has been relabelled Absolute Rock.

August 23rd
In Germany, a new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 11B. Hochrhein extends and improves coverage of the Baden-Württemberg ensemble OAS BW, particularly in the area between Donaueschingen and Hochblauen.

August 23rd
Snapshot updated of the Norwegian Block 7B local ensemble Drammen. Two additional services have popped up since the previous observation. BEAT Asker and VISJON NORGE are broadcasting in DAB+ at 112 and 48 kbit/s respectively. NORSK JUL, seen in the previous observation, was a temporary Christmas service.

August 22nd
On Trial Portsmouth, News Radio UK and Weather24/7Radio have ceased. Snapshot updated.

August 22nd
Snapshot updated of the Norwegian Block 13B local ensemble Oslo & Viken. A new service has popped up since the previous observation. LATIN AMERIKA is broadcasting in DAB+ at 48 kbit/s.The existing service MALECON RADIO has been relabelled VISJON SVERIGE. The existing service RadioRiks has been replaced by RadioRIX. METRO Drammen has been replaced by METRO Follo. There have been other changes to bitrates and protection levels.

August 22nd
Snapshot updated of the Norwegian Block 8B ensemble LokalØstfold. A new service has popped up since the previous observation. VISJON RADIO is broadcasting in DAB+ at 48 kbit/s. There have been other changes to bitrates and protection levels.

August 22nd
Snapshot updated of the Norwegian local ensemble that broadcasts in Haugaland on Block 11A - LOKALDAB RIKS II. A new service has popped up since the previous observation. TVH Radio is broadcasting in DAB+ at 56 kbit/s. The existing service Silkeveien has been relabelled Ariel Radio. The service RADIO VEST has ceased. There have been other changes to bitrates and protection levels.

August 22nd
Snapshot updated of the Norwegian local ensemble that broadcasts in Jæren Dalane on Block 11C and in Ryfylke on Block 10A - Lokale kanaler. A new service has popped up since the previous observation. Rehoboth is broadcasting in DAB+ at 72 kbit/s. The existing service Radio Sandnes has switched to DAB+ and is now broadcasting at 72 kbit/s. There have been other changes to bitrates and protection levels.

August 21st
A new service is reported to have popped up on the Polskie Radio ensemble for Olsztyn. Radio WiM is reported to be broadcasting in DAB+ at 104 kbit/s.

August 19th
On the Danish local ensemble NivaaDAB, the packet data service Covid-19 slides has ceased. Snapshot updated.

August 19th
Snapshot of the Swedish ensemble for Malmö, NENT GROUP updated.
The service POWER MILLENNIUM has been relabelled GO COUNTRY.

August 18th
In Germany, the instance of ROCK ANTENNE broadcast on the national ensemble Antenne DE is running with a new SId. The instances broadcast on the Bavarian regional ensembles have been relabelled ROCK ANTENNE BAY but retain their existing SIds.

August 18th
Two additional services have popped up on the new local ensemble Channel Islands.
BailiwickClassic and Bailiwick Hits are broadcasting in DAB+ at 32 kbit/s apiece. Snapshot updated.

August 15th
In Switzerland, an additional service is reported to have popped up on the regional ensembles SMC D03 N-CH and SMC D03 BE-FR.
ENERGY LUZERN+ is reported to be broadcasting in DAB+ at 64 kbit/s on both ensembles.

August 15th
In Italy, a Block 6C ensemble in Puglia appears to have been infected with a bad case of "digital measles", having been relabelled .DAB.TEST.. Ten numbered audio services are being broadcast, each prefixed TEST.

August 15th
In Italy, a new regional ensemble is reported to have popped up on Block 12D.
C.R. DAB PUGLIA is reported to have eight audio services on board.

August 15th
In Denmark, the regulator has published the details of applications for vacant capacity on the existing Layer 3 local ensembles. In each of the twelve areas, the number of applications exceeds the capacity on offer, in some cases vastly so. A selection process will be required to award the licences, which are intended to run from October 15th 2021 to June 30th 2023.

August 15th
An additional service has popped up on Trial Portsmouth.
10-fi.com is broadcasting in DAB+ at 32 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.

August 15th
On the Swedish NENT GROUP, ensembles, the service POWER MILLENNIUM has been relabelled GO COUNTRY.

August 13th
An additional service has popped up on the UK local ensemble Aberdeen.
Pure Radio is broadcasting in mono "original-flavour" DAB at 80 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.

August 13th
In Germany, two new transmitters have been brought into service on Block 6C. Bad Sachsa improves coverage of the regional Niedersachsen ensemble for Braunschweig, NDR NDS BS, in an area that includes Bad Sachsa, Bad Lauterberg and Herzberg and parts of St. Andreasberg. Goslar extends and improves coverage in an area that includes Börßum, Hornburg, Schladen, Vienenburg, Bad Harzburg, Goslar and Langelsheim.

August 13th
Snapshot of the UK local ensemble Stoke & Stafford updated. The services Absolute Rad 60s and Absolute Rad 70s were relabelled Absolute 60s and Absolute 70s respectively since the previous observation. Absolute C Rock was relabelled Absolute Rock.

August 13th
Snapshot of the UK local ensemble Suffolk updated. The service Ipswich 102 was relabelled Grt Hits Suffolk since the previous observation. Town 102 was replaced by HITS RADIO SFLK.

August 6th
In Germany, a new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 7A. Reit im Winkl extends and improves coverage of Voralpen along the B305 from Reit im Winkl as far as Unterwössen.

August 6th
In Germany, a new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 12D. Schäferberg extends and improves coverage of Berlin/BRBG K12D in Potsdam and the surrounding area.

August 6th
On the German local ensemble Kiel K5A, the service Radio livelive has been relabelled Antenne Holstein. Snapshot updated.

August 6th
Snapshot added of the new Italian ensemble for Lombardia.
MEDIA DAB is broadcasting in Milano on Block 7C with 18 services on board.

August 3rd
A new service has popped up on Trial Glasgow.
Nation Rocks is broadcasting in DAB+ at 32 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.
The "original-flavour" DAB service The Max has reappeared since the previous snapshot following a brief absence.

August 2nd
In Germany, a new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 7A. Bad Tölz improves coverage of the regional ensemble Voralpen in Isarwinkel, in an area between Bad Tölz and Lenggries.

August 2nd
In Switzerland, a new service is reported to have popped up on the local ensemble for Basel DIG D04 - BS.
2Go is reported to be broadcasting in DAB+ at 72 kbit/s. The existing service IP music BS+ is reported to have ceased.

August 2nd
Snapshot added of a new local ensemble in Norway. Oslo on Block 13D, has four audio services on board - three in DAB+ and one using "original-flavour" DAB.

August 2nd
On London 2, the service Mi-Soul has switched to DAB+, running at 32 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.

August 1st
In France, the digitalbitrate receiver at Montpellier has captured long-distance reception of the new local ensemble TOULON 11C.

August 1st
The UK local ensemble Channel Islands has launched on Block 12A from two sites - Les Platons (Jersey) and Les Touillets (Guernsey). A third site on Alderney is expected to launch "by the end of the summer". Each of the 22 services on board, including BBC local radio, is broadcasting in DAB+. Snapshot added.

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