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Broadcasters Crossing International Borders by Way of Digital Radio

Panjab Radio has launched its service on DAB+ in Oslo and Akershus, Norway

LOS ANGELES�More and more broadcast organizations are using terrestrial DAB to expand their coverage footprints across Europe.�

Panjab Radiooffers radio programs to listeners throughout the UK, Europe and worldwide on different platforms. The company, originally started onSept. 1 in 2000, offers an eclectic selection of shows which cover, cultural, religious, social, community, entertainment and news, including a vast selection of Panjabi music, from the latest British Asian Bhangra to Folk songs fresh from Panjab.

Panjab Radio has launched its service on DAB+ in Oslo and Akershus, Norway, according� After expanding to Berlin last year, Panjab Radio received �overwhelming support and appreciation from listeners in the area.� Surjit Ghuman MBE, Managing Director said, �Reaction of Berlin�s Asian community welcoming Panjab Radio in Germany gave Panjab Radio team the boost it needed to explore other areas in Europe and we are starting with Norway. Previously Panjab Radio was only available via satellite (Sky Digital).�

Panjab Radio recently increased its reach by launching on Apple TV and also on 1584 AM in North London. It�s also heard on DAB in London.�

The Dutch broadcasting company RTL is now heard in central Germany.� Their service �89.0 RTL In the Mix� is now broadcast via DAB+ multiplex in the Saxony-Anhalt area, on channel 11C,��