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Read the January Issue of Radio World International

Digital Radio UK outlines its drive toward digital; VRT’s Radio 2 proves broadcast radio drama still attracts audience; India strives to regulate community radio; buyer’s guide on antennas and transmission support, and more.

In the January issue of January issue of Radio World International, Digital Radio UK’s Jane Ostler explains the vital role of communications in the expansion of digital radio; Lawrie Hallett reports from India on the government’s undertaking to develop its regulatory framework for community radio stations; VRT Radio 2 of Belgium proves that there is still a place for drama in broadcast radio; Mark Lapidus details how opting for real opinions through listener engagement instead of canned audio can give your station a boost, and more.

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