Snapshot of the local ensemble Suffolk updated. Since the last snapshot was taken, Chris Country has dropped to Mono LSF at 64 kbit/s.
A new service has popped up on the local ensemble Lincolnshire. Lincs Show Radio is broadcasting in Joint Stereo at 128 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.
Snapshot updated of the Belgian ensemble RTBF DAB. The service Test Pure + has been relabelled Test RTBF DAB +.
Trial Norwich snapshot updated. Some Protection Level changes. Addition of Cambridge 105. Cessation of CDNX.
Trial Cambridge snapshot updated. Since the previous snapshot, Core Radio, Encore and MY MUSIC RADIO have ceased.
In the Netherlands, a new service has popped up on the regional ensemble 6B Oost-Noord NL. Tukker FM is broadcasting in DAB+ at 64 kbit/s. The service RADIONL3 TWENTE has ceased.
In Germany, the public-service broadcaster in Hessen is to bring a new transmitter into service on Block 7B. Biedenkopf will extend coverage of hr Radio in Marburg-Biedenkopf from June 27th. Meanwhile, the existing transmitter at Rimberg is now operating at double the previous ERP, improving reception in Vogelsbergkreis.
Trial Birmingham snapshot updated. Addition of Sangam Radio. The Component Label of this service is Radio Sangam. Unity FM has switched to DAB+ since the previous snapshot.
Leicestershire snapshot updated. Addition of LRB Digital.
Snapshot of the Netherlands local ensemble DAB Ouder-Amstel updated. Changes to Protection Levels and addition of Olympia-Radio.
In the Netherlands, Groeistad Radio has popped up on the local pilot ensemble on Block 5D in Leiden, IMPACTAM DAB MUX. Snapshot updated.
In Italy, a new local ensemble is reported to have popped up on Block 10A in Tuscany. MugDAB+ in Mugello is reported to have ten audio services on board, some with test tones.
In Italy, new transmitters are reported to have been brought into service on Block 12C. Montecucolli provides coverage of * DAB Italia * along the autostrada between Bologna and Firenze. San Benedetto del Tronto extends coverage on the Adriatic coast. Vitulano extends coverage in Campania, north east of Napoli.
Trial Glasgow snapshot updated. Addition of Radio Sangam. Cessation of Celtic Music.
In Italy, the public service broadcaster Rai has launched five new services - Rai R Classica, Rai R Techete', Rai Radio Kids, Rai Radio Live and RaiTuttaItaliana. DAB+ RAI snapshot updated. Multiple changes, many of which are technically relabellings of existing services.
Trial Manchester snapshot updated. All services are now broadcasting in DAB+, the UK's second all-DAB+ ensemble after Trial Brighton. With 21 services on board, it is the UK's most populated ensemble. Chris Country is now running at the lower bitrate of 32 kbit/s.
Paris snapshots updated.
Two new services, Antenna Radio and BFBS UK, are reported to have popped up on Trial Aldershot.
In Switzerland, the first test transmissions of the new minimux for Sopraceneri have been reported on Block 10C.
In Denmark, the annual temporary service Folkemoedet has popped up on DAB2 OE, DAB2 N and DAB2 S to coincide with the Folkemødet event taking place on Bornholm.
In Slovakia, a new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 12A. Žilina/Krížava is broadcasting the ensemble Towercom.
In Switzerland, the first test transmissions of the new minimux for Sottoceneri, DIG I02 - STC, have been reported on Block 10C.
In Germany, the test transmission IRT Ensemble, broadcast in München on Block 12A, is reported to have resumed with the same configuration as before it ceased in May.
In Germany, the regulator in Bayern
advertised capacity in May for one service (48 CU/64kbit/s) that would achieve Land-wide coverage by being broadcast on each of the regional ensembles - Unterfranken (10A), Oberfranken (10B), Mittelfranken (8C), Oberpfalz-Niederbayern (12D) and Oberbayern-Schwaben (10A). Five applications have been received. In addition, on the regional ensemble for Unterfranken (10A), capacity for one service (54 CU/72kbit/s) was on offer. The regulator received four applications. The regulator expects to make an award at its next meeting on July 13th 2017.
In Poland, two new services, Radio 7 from Mława and RDN Małopolska, have popped up on the Block 10A ensemble in Rzeszów, TRANSMISJA.
A new service has popped up on Trial London. LRB Digital is broadcasting in mono at 64 kbit/s.
In Germany, the transmitter at Hoher Bogen, broadcasting the ensemble Bayern on Block 10D is reported to have migrated to Block 12D as planned.
In Germany, the gay music station lulu.fm will soon be broadcast in two additional areas
. The service has been broadcast in Berlin and Hamburg since October and was added to the Rhein-Main area in February. A new ensemble for the Rhein-Neckar area is expected on air in late summer from the Odenwald with lulu.fm on board. Similarly, a new minimux for Leipzig has been licensed and is expected on air in the autumn.
In Austria, two companies
have applied to operate forthcoming ensembles. The ORS has applied to operate the national ensemble with 11 services. RTG Radio Technikum GmbH has applied to operate a regional ensemble for the Vienna conurbation. The pilot transmission in Vienna currently broadcasts 15 services.
In France, the regulator has launched a public consultation
as a prelude to advertising capacity on future ensembles. Altogether, nine prospective ensemble are under consideration. Regional ensembles around Nantes and Rouen, and seven local ensembles to cover, respectively, Nantes (two), St.Nazaire and La Roche-sur-Yon on the one hand and Rouen (two) and Le Havre on the other. The closing date for submissions is July 6th 2017.
In Germany, the public-service broadcaster in Bayern is to bring a new transmitter into service on June 16th. Coburg will extend coverage of the Block 10B ensemble BR Franken in Oberfranken.
In the Netherlands, a new local ensemble has popped up on Block 5D. IMPACTAM DAB MUX is currently broadcasting six DAB+ audio services. The SIds on this ensemble have also been used for different services on the local ensemble 6A Achterhoek NL. The EId was also used by the local ensemble in Vlaardingen, which has since ceased. Snapshot added.
A new service has popped up on the local ensemble Leicestershire. LRB Digital is broadcasting in mono at 64 kbit/s.
The latest iteration of Ofcom's Technical Parameters reveals new transmitters in operation as follows:
BBC National DAB - Aylesbury, Bungay Manor Farm, Caister Pump Lane, Newtonards, Pin Green, Spalding Drove
D1 National - Aylesbury, Caister Pump Lane, Malmesbury Water Tower, Newtonards, Pin Green, Spalding Drove
SDL National - Aylesbury
Berks & N Hants - Ibthorpe
Herts Beds Bucks - Pin Green
Humberside - Buckton Barn
Kent - Charing Hill
Leicestershire - Waltham
London 1 - Pin Green
London 2 - Pin Green
London 3 - Pin Green
Norfolk - Caister Pump Lane
N Ireland - Newtonards
Oxfordshire - Woodcote
Peterborough - Spalding Drove
Swindon - Malmesbury Water Tower
Tyne & Wear - Peppermore Farm
UK TII table updated.
On the local ensemble NE Wales W Chesh, the service Cheesy FM has ceased. Snapshot updated.
In Germany, the media regulator for Bremen has advertised
for a platform operator to operate a multiplex for private sector broadcasters. The licence will be issued to the operator rather than to the individual service providers who will broadcast on the multiplex. This same format was used for the second national ensemble. Closing date for applications is July 6th 2017.
In Germany, the regional variation for Stuttgart, SWR4 S, has reappeared on the ensemble SWR BW S.
In Germany, the forthcoming second national ensemble has been awarded
to Antenne Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG., who will run the multiplex as platform operator. No regionalisation is expected, as sufficient capacity exists in the Länder.
In Germany, the transmitter at Hohe Linie broadcasting the regional ensemble Bayern is reported to have migrated today as planned from Block 10D to 12D.
In the Netherlands, the regulator has allocated frequencies for further local DAB+ tests:
- 5D Leiden
- 6A Doetinchem
- 6A Lichtenvoorde
- 7B Doetinchem
- 7B Groenlo (formerly 6A)
- 7B Neede
- 7B Ruurlo
- 7B Vethuizen
- 7B Vragender
- 7B Enschede
- 10C Urk
A new service has popped up on Trial Portsmouth. Awaaz FM Radio in broadcasting in mono DAB+ at 32 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.
On the German Block 10D ensemble Bayern, the services KULTRADIO, ROCK ANTENNE and Radio Galaxy are running at the lower Protection Level 2. Snapshot updated. In the regions Niederbayern and Oberpfalz, the services on Block 10D will migrate to Block 12D as the first step in a restructuring of the Bavarian networks that will be completed in September 2017. From June 6th/7th, the transmitter Hohe Linie will begin transmitting on Block 12D. Landshut will follow on June 7th/8th. Hoher Bogen June 13th/14th. Brotjacklriegel June 20th/21st. On June 21st, Passau Dommelstadl (2) will cease and Passau Kühberg will take over. The regions Oberfranken, Mittelfranken and Unterfranken will be restructured in July.
On the local ensemble North Yorkshire, Vale Radio has been relabelled Star Digital.
In the Netherlands, Roparunradio is broadcasting in DAB+ on the Block 5B instance of MTVNL at 64 kbit/s.
South Hampshire snapshot updated. Capital S Coast, Heart Hampshire and Smooth Hampshire now running at 128 kbit/s - up from 112.
Snapshot added of the Czech Block 12C ensemble, now launched today as a public service and relabelled CRo DAB+.
In Italy, new consortia have been formed under the umbrella of AERANTI-CORALLO
to serve, respectively, the regions Emilia Romagna and Veneto.
- Lattemiele Emilia Romagna
- Modena Radio City
- Punto Radio
- Radiostella News
- Radio Bologna International
- Radio Bologna Uno
- Radio Bruno
- Radio Budrio
- Radio Città Del Capo Popolare Network
- Radio Gamma
- Radio Icaro
- Radio Italia Anni 60
- Radio Modena 90
- Radio Nettuno
- Radio Pico
- Radio Pico Classic
- Radio Reggio
- Radio Studio Delta
- Radio 80
- Radio Asiago
- Radio Bellla e Monella
- Radio Birikina
- Radio Company
- Radio Cortina
- Radio Gelosa
- Radio Marilù
- Radio Onda Sette
- Radio Piave
- Radio Piterpan
- Radio Sorrriso
- Radio Valbelluna
- Stella Fm
- Radio Verona
- Radio Vita
In the Netherlands, a new service has popped up on the local ensemble DAB Ouder-Amstel. Olympia-Radio is broadcasting in DAB+ at 96 kbit/s. Testkanaal 3 and Musicboxz have dropped to Protection Level 2, accomodating the newcomers.
In the Czech Republic, the public service broadcaster Český rohzlas has been operating a pilot on Block 12C which ends today. The ensemble will enter official service
on June 1st. Other sites will be added around the country by the end of November:
- Plzeň - Radeč - Block 12C / 10 kW / vertical polarization
- Brno - Hády - Block 12D / 5 kW / vertical polarization
- Ostrava - Hošťálkovice - Block 12D / 10 kW / vertical polarization
The configuration is expected to change on June 1st, with services running at Protection Level 2.
In Germany, the regulator in Baden-Württemberg has awarded capacity on DRS BW to antenne 1, Regenbogen Zwei and Rock Antenne. Schwarzwaldradio is now broadcast on the national ensemble and will release its capacity, enabling the regulator to award an additional third new slots.
On the local ensemble Lincolnshire, the service Radio Newark has switched to DAB+ and is reported to be running at 48 kbit/s.
In Denmark, the minimux NivaaDAB is to migrate on June 1st from Block 9B to 9D.
Listings updated of the Block 12B ensemble in Istanbul, relabelled TRT DAB+ since the last info.
In the Netherlands, Mexico FM, which was broadcast on the MTVNL ensemble in North Brabant and North Limburg has stopped broadcasting.
Two new services have popped up on Trial Manchester. Mi-Soul radio and Radio Sangam are broadcasting in DAB+ at 48 and 32 kbit/s respectively. The existing DAB+ service Antenna Radio has switched to the lower bitrate of 32 kbit/s. The service Dragon Radio has ceased.
On Trial Norwich, the service CDNX has ceased.
In Switzerland, the minimux operator Digris has announced
revised on-air dates for future areas. The next minimuxes are now expected to go on air in June 2017 in Sopraceneri and Sottoceneri, followed by Bern and the Berner Oberland in July.
Listings added for the new DAB+ trials in Sofia. 16 DAB+ audio services are currently being broadcast on BG DAB+, each broadcasting a short audio loop.
In Germany, the regulator in Sachsen received 13 applications
for capacity on a forthcoming minimux pilot in Leipzig and 10 for a minimux in Freiberg. The regulator is currently check that each application meets the conditions of the offer. As there is sufficient capacity for all the applicants, a decision is expected to be made shortly.
- 90s90s Radio
- Absolut HOT
- apollo radio
- detektor.fm Wort
- ENERGY Sachsen
- LEIPZIG EINS - 100% von hier
- LEIPZIG 2
- MEGA News
- MEGA 80's
- mephisto 97.6
- 90s90s Radio
- Absolut HOT
- apollo radio
- detektor.fm Wort
- ENERGY Sachsen
- ERZGEBIRGE 2
- InPulz Dein Stadtradio für Freiberg
- MEGA News
- MEGA 80's
- Radio Erzgebirge
A new service has popped up on the Netherlands local ensemble 6A HollandsKroon. Olympia-Radio is broadcasting in DAB+ at 96 kbit/s.
The operator of Trial Manchester
has announced the following services are to be added to the minimux, which will bring the services total to 28.
- Radio Diamond
- Trafford Sound Radio
- Radio Sangam
- NonStop90s Radio
- Vine Juice
- Flame CCR
- Fever 107.3
On Trial Portsmouth, Antenna Radio now has a DAB+ stereo audio stream. Snapshot updated.
According to reports in a Bulgarian radio forum, DAB+ test transmissions have popped up on Block 12B in Sofia with 16 test loops running.
On Trial Portsmouth, the services News Radio UK and Cheesy FM have ceased. A new service Antenna Radio has popped up but is currently without an audio stream.
The regulator for Berlin and Brandenburg has advertised
capacity on a new ensemble. All 864 CU are on offer. The regulator will decide whether the ensemble should cover Berlin alone or Berlin and Brandenburg together, based on the applications received. Closing date for applications for capacity is June 23rd 2017.
On the Slovakia ensemble AVIS, Radio Europa 2 has been replaced by Radio Aktual. New Model Radio is now running at 80 kbit/s.
Snapshot updated of the German ensemble DR HESSEN. Protection Level on all services reduced from 1 to 2 since the previous snapshot. Additional services.
Snapshot updated of the German ensemble Radio fuer NRW. Bitrate changes since the previous snapshot. The packet data service WDR-INFO has ceased.
Listing updated of the Netherlands local ensemble DAB Ouder-Amstel. Changed SIds.
In Slovenia, the regulator has invited
expressions of interest from broadcasters in obtaining capacity on the ensemble MULTIPLEX R1
. If sufficient interest is shown, the regulator may proceed to tender. Closing date for expressions of interest is May 25th 2017.
Listing updated of the Slovak ensemble DAB. Addition of ANTENA ROCK, Radio Jemne and Radio VLNA.
Listing updated of the Slovak ensemble AVIS. Addition of Radio Best FM, Radio Europa 2 and Radio Patria / RSI.
Snapshot updated of the Norwegian local ensemble in Haugaland, LOKALDAB RIKS II. Multiple changes.
A new service is reported to have popped up on Trial Glasgow. Radio Central is reported to be broadcasting in DAB+ at 32 kbit/s. The Short Label for this service (Central) is the same as the Short Label for the (different) service 103.1 Central FM being broadcast on the ensemble Central Scotland and therefore receivable in the same area. GO Radio Glasgow has ceased on Trial Glasgow and is migrating to Central Scotland.
Three new services have popped up on Trial Portsmouth. 60s, sleepyhead radio and Timeless Radio are all broadcasting in DAB+ stereo, at 32, 48 and 32 kbit/s respectively. The service Gaydio has switched to DAB+ and is now broadcasting in stereo. Every station on this minimux is now available in stereo. Snapshot updated.
In Germany, the regulator for Bayern has advertised
capacity on the regional ensemble in Unterfranken (10A). On offer are 54 CU for a DAB+ audio service running at 72 kbit/s. The new service is expected to be on air by October 11th 2017. Closing date of the advertisement is June 12th 2017. Currently, the three ensembles Unterfranken (10A), Oberfranken (10B) and Mittelfranken (8C) broadcast the same multiplex. In the narrative of the advertisement, the regulator states that 5 or 6 local FM services will be broadcast on Unterfranken and Oberfranken and that two local services will be broadcast on Mittelfranken. Services currently broadcast on the Land-wide Block 10D ensemble Bayern
will migrate either to the Land-wide Block 11D ensemble BR Bayern
or to the regional ensembles. The three regional ensembles are each expected to begin broadcasting a unique multiplex during the summer.
A new service EXE is reported to have popped up on the local ensemble Devon.
In Germany, the regulator for Bayern has advertised
capacity on three existing regional ensembles in Unterfranken (10A), Oberfranken (10B) and Mittelfranken (8C) and two new regional ensembles Oberpfalz-Niederbayern (12D) and Oberbayern-Schwaben (10A) that will begin broadcasting later this year. On offer are 48 CU for a DAB+ audio service running at 64 kbit/s. The capacity should by the end of 2019 at the latest be increased to 54 CU (72 kbit/s). Closing date of the advertisement is June 12th 2017.
DAB Dumping Alert
Amazon in the UK has begun listing (as of this month) a large number of "new" models from someone called MAJORITY
and with English-sounding names like Barton, Castle, Girton, Heston, Huntingdon, Petersfield, Shelford. Not one of them mentions DAB+ in their descriptions and they are all dirt cheap. Remember Wohnort's rule - If it doesn't say DAB+ on the box, it probably isn't DAB+ in the box. Without DAB+, many or most services - the MAJORITY even - on minimuxes in Brighton, London, Manchester, Portsmouth and elsewhere (and most of Europe by the way) simply won't be audible. Caveat emptor!
In the Netherlands, a new local ensemble has popped up on Block 6A. 6A HollandsKroon is broadcasting six DAB+ audio services from Hippolytushoef.
On Trial Manchester, the service Penky Wind-Ups has switched to DAB+. The existing DAB+ service Timeless Radio is now broadcasting in stereo. Business Radio
has reappeared, having ceased in June 2016. There are currently 20 services broadcasting on this minimux. Snapshot updated.
A new service has popped up on the local ensemble Oxfordshire. JACK 3 Oxford is broadcasting at 80 kbit/s in Mono. The existing service JACK 2 has dropped to 80 kbit/s in Mono.
In Germany, the regional variation for Stuttgart of SWR 4 has ceased on the ensemble SWR BW S. The service SWRMaimarktradio, which appeared at the same time as SWR4 S, has also ceased.
In Germany, a new packet data service has popped up on the local ensemble Muenchen. TPEG-SAFARI is reported to be running at 24 kbit/s.
In Germany, the public-service broadcaster for Saarland has announced a ten-point savings plan, in response to the broadcaster's financial situation. Among the proposals
, consideration is to be given to reducing the number of FM transmission sites.
In the Republic of Ireland, there are currently three instances of RTE Lyric being broadcast. On DAB Ireland Mux1, RTE LYRIC is in Joint Stereo, "original-flavour" DAB at 160 kbit/s. On DAB Ireland Mux2, RTE Lyric is in discrete Stereo, "original-flavour" DAB at 256 kbit/s. On the same ensemble, RTE Lyric+ is broadcasting in DAB+ at 128 kbit/s. Snapshots updated.
Mid & West Wales snapshot updated.
A new ensemble has popped up in Sardinia on Block 10A. DAB Sardegna has eight audio services on board.
On the Baden-Würtemberg ensemble SWR BW S, the regional variation for Stuttgart, SWR4 S has popped up alongside the existing four. All five are running at 96 kbit/s in DAB+.
On SDL National, the service Share Radio has ceased.
On Surrey-NSussex, the service Golden Radio has been relabelled Cyber Hot Hits.
Gloucestershire and NE Wales W Chesh snapshots updated. Addition of Upload Radio.
Multiplex operator MuxCo is reported
to have called for a third multiplex to be licensed for Birmingham. The city is currently served by a local ensemble operated by Bauer Media and in the north east a Minimux operated by Switch Radio. MuxCo made a similar call in December for an additional multiplex to be licensed in Manchester.
The German website Radiowoche reports
that of the four applicants for the forthcoming second national German multiplex, two have joined forces, reducing the number of applicants to three. According to the report, Neue Welle und Media Broadcast are to participate in a joint venture. Despite discussions involving all four, the other two applicants, LIVIA Group and Leipziger Immobilien-Manager Steffen Göpel, are to continue with their separate applications.
Snapshot updated of the Block 9C ensemble in North Brabant & Limburg MTVNL.
A new transmitter has been brought into service on Block 11B. Rhosfach Farm extends coverage of Wolv'ton & Shrop in northwest Shropshire, including the town of Oswestry. A further site at Market Drayton, in the northeast of the county, is expected to be brought into service in the coming weeks.
On the Netherlands regional and MTVNL ensembles on which it appears, the service Radio JND is reported to have been relabelled RADIOJND.
On the Block 11C Netherlands ensemble DAB+, the service Radio 10 Gold has been relabelled Radio 10 60s&70s.
Snapshots of the German regional ensemble BR Bayern and the test ensemble in München IRT Ensemble updated.
Snapshots of the German local ensembles Ingolstadt and Muenchen updated.
On Trial Portsmouth, the services Test and Unforgettable have ceased. Snapshot updated.
On the German national ensemble DR Deutschland, three of the services from the public-service broadcaster Deutschlandradio have been relabelled as follows in line with new branding from May 2017:-
Deutschlandfunk ---> Dlf
DKultur ---> Dlf Kultur
DWissen ---> Dlf Nova
The label of DRadio DokDeb is currently unchanged.
DMB Vaticano snapshot updated.
Trial Manchester snapshot updated. Forever FM replaced by Radio Dead.
Trial Glasgow snapshot updated. GO Radio Glasgow was running without an audio stream. The UK regulator had approved the addition of this service to the regional ensemble Central Scotland with a requested implementation date of April 17th. As of yesterday's observations, this had not happened.
Sound Digital, the operator of the UK's second national commercial ensemble SDL National
expressions of interest from prospective service providers to use the space soon to be vacated by Share Radio
. A replacement does not need to be in the same genre as the one that is closing. On offer is capacity for a mono service running at 64 kbit/s.
A Private Members' Bill, "Broadcasting (Radio Multiplex Services) Bill 2016-17" received the Royal Assent this week. It permits the UK regulator to create a licensing regime for future minimuxes. Trials are currently being conducted in ten areas in England and Scotland. One of these became the UK's first all-DAB+ ensemble earlier this year. [Each territory has its own term for such ensembles. The UK regulator calls them "Small-Scale DAB". Switzerland refers to them as "digital islands". Wohnort uses the term "minimux" for brevity and because it translates well for an international readership.]
Snapshots updated of the Italian ensembles Trentino DAB1, MUX DAB+ TAA and DAB+ TAA DIG.
Snapshot updated of the local ensemble in Oslo, Lokalradio.
In the Netherlands, LOA Ameland has popped up on the regional ensemble 9D Noord-West NL.
In Norway, the main FM transmitters in Hedmark and Oppland have closed. Some local services will continue to use FM. In Trøndelag/Møre and Romsdal, commercial broadcasters closed their FM transmitters on April 21st, following the NRK shutdown on February 8th.
In Norway, two new services have popped up on the local ensemble for Trondheim Lokalradio 1. Kristenradio and Radio 3,16 (a reference to John's gospel, chapter 3 verse 16) are broadcasting in DAB+ with 64 kbit/s each.
On Trial Manchester, Radio Dead has, somewhat poetically, replaced Forever FM.
In Slovakia, a new service is reported to have popped up on the ensemble DAB (sic) broadcast on Blocks 12C, 12A and 12B in Bratislava, Banská Bystrica and Košice respectively. Radio Lumen is reported to be broadcasting in DAB+.
The public-service broadcaster for southwest Germany, SWR, has brought a new transmitter into service on Block 11A. Bad Marienberg, extends and improves coverage of SWR RP in the north of Rheinland-Pfalz, particularly in the Westerwald, in the Siegtal and in the Rheinland-Pfälzischen Hintertaunus. The new site is also likely to provide fortuitous overspill to the city of Siegen in neighbouring Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Snapshot of the German ensemble DR Saarland updated.
Snapshot added of an ensemble operating on Block 12D in Umbria. C.R. DAB is broadcasting eight audio services and differs from two other CR DAB ensembles operating in Napoli and Roma respectively.
Snapshots added of the Italian ensembles Umbria DAB and Digitale Umbria.
Snapshots updated of the Südtirol (Alto Adige) ensembles RAS1-DAB, RAS2-DAB and DABMEDIA.
On the local ensemble Suffolk, the service Smooth has been relabelled Smooth Suffolk.
A new service has popped up on Gloucestershire, Surrey-NSussex and NE Wales W Chesh. Upload Radio is broadcasting in "original-flavour" DAB at 80 kbit/s Mono. Surrey-NSussex snapshot updated.
A new service has popped up on Trial Manchester. Forever FM is broadcasting in DAB+ Stereo at 32 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.
A new service has popped up on London 2. Fix Radio, aimed at the construction trades, is broadcasting in "original-flavour" DAB at 64 kbit/s, Mono LSF.
In the Czech Republic, CRo-Radio Retro
is now broadcasting just a promotional loop. On TELEKO DAB
, the bitrate has been reduced to 24 kbit/s. According to
the Teleko website, the released capacity has been used to increase protection of other services. The same change is also reported
to have taken place on RTI cz DAB
In the Netherlands, RTV Seaport is now broadcasting on the local ensemble 5C DAB Zandvoort. All services on the ensemble are now at 128 kbit/s in DAB+.
In Germany, the media regulator for Sachsen has advertised for service providers for pilot minimuxes to operate in Leipzig and Freiberg. The pilots will initially last one year with a possible extension of one year thereafter. Should the pilots be successful, the regulator intends to transform them into a fully-licensed service and to offer participants in the pilot a transfer into the full service. Closing date for applications is May 4th 2017.
A new service has popped up on the local ensemble NE Wales W Chesh. ZEST LIVERPOOL is broadcasting in DAB+ at 32 kbit/s. Snapshot updated.
In Switzerland, the packet data service SRG_SPI that appeared on SRG SSR D01 in March has now popped up on SRG SSR F01 also (same SId).
A new service has popped up on the Netherlands regional ensemble 9D Zuidwest NL. Radio JND is broadcasting in DAB+ at 64 kbit/s. DECIBEL BRABANT has ceased. Snapshot updated.
A new service has popped up on the local ensemble Herts Beds Bucks. The BEAT is currently sharing a subchannel with MKFM, which it is expected to replace. Snapshot updated.
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