The General Assembly of the Digital Radio Mondiale Consortium is scheduled for March 26 and 27 at the BBC Headquarters in London’s New Broadcasting House.
The consortium will promote the benefits of the standard, as well as the progress it is making around the world.
The first day, which will celebrate radio’s future, will be open to all DRM members and invited guests from the United Kingdom and abroad. Broadcaster Robin Lustig will present views on the medium’s power. To register for these events, contact email@example.com.
One of the sessions will examine the digital rollout in India. In another, Brazilian experts will give insight into the country’s transition.
The morning session will be held in the BBC’s Radio Theatre, and attendees will hear why digital radio is “Radio Plus.”
In the afternoon, delegates will be able to have a “hands–on” experience of DRM and digital radio under the guidance of consortium members and representatives: BBC; Babcock International (U.K.); Fraunhofer IIS (Germany); Digidia (France); Radio Haugaland (Norway); BT Broadcast Transmitters (Brazil); Orbisonic (Brazil); NXP (The Netherlands) and Rfmondial (Germany).
The March 27 sessions are reserved for members only.