The Digital Radio Mondiale Consortium is gearing up for the busy month of March with a DRM workshop at the ABU DBS Symposium in Kuala Lumpur March 4–7, and the DRM General Assembly in London later that month.
Entitled “Digital Radio Mondiale, DRM — Unique Benefits for your Needs,” the ABU DBS workshop will take place Thursday, March 6. During the gathering, DRM Consortium members Ampegon, BBC, Digidia, Fraunhofer iis and Nautel will have the opportunity to update participants on the latest technical and marketing developments for DRM.
The DRM workshop is part of the three-day DBS Symposium, says DRM, which has also scheduled presentations from key DRM Consortium members, including Fraunhofer IIS (Alexander Zink), Digidia (Hermann Zensen), Ampegon (Matthias Stoll) and Nautel (John Abdnour). Moreover, BBC’s Lindsay Cornell, chair of the DRM Technical Committee, will take part in the industry panel discussion on the final day of the Symposium at 11 a.m.
On March 26–27, DRM will hold its DRM General Assembly, “DRM in Action” at the BBC headquarters in central London. The consortium says that it intends to make this the most inclusive event in its history by providing a moment to consider the benefits of DRM and its progress, an affirmation of the power of digital radio.
The first day of the DRM General Assembly on March 26, is open to all DRM members and invited guests. To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.