Ruxandra Obreja has been the chairman of Digital Radio Mondiale since 2008. She worked at the BBC World Service for 30 years, where she was a journalist, editor and commissioner of English programs and head of business development. She lectures and writes on DRM and digital radio worldwide, and received the Royal Cross from the Royal House of Romania for her work in the media with particular emphasis on digital radio.
It’s time to zero in on the medium’s importance and facilitate its digital transition
Digital radio can be a part of intelligent convergence if we give it a chance
Why are they so attached to FM?
The emergency warning functionality of digital radio can save lives but to do so it needs to be implemented
Contemplating what remains of old and not so old digital tales
Exploring the possibility for digital standards to work together to provide the maximum benefit to listeners
The open all-band digital standard offers solution to help local stations digitize
If one cannot renew FM, eventually its popularity and ad revenue will tail off