Dance Music on DRM

TDPradio expands its digital shortwave programming across Asia
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Belgium-based TDPradio has expanded the reach of its dance music programming across Asia.

The station, which aims to be a global broadcaster, has been broadcasting across Europe and the northeastern United States on shortwave since 2003. In July, TDPradio added transmissions to Asia from the CVC Network Ltd. shortwave site on the Cox Peninsula in Australia's Northern Territory.

To help ensure high-quality audio via shortwave, TDPradio is using Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) technology for its broadcasts.

"This station has something for all dance music lovers and it showcases how great music sounds when broadcasting using DRM," stated TDPradio Program Manager Daniël Versmissen.

The Asia broadcasts air 07:00–08:00 UTC on 17755 kHz across Asia.

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