New Digital Radio Association Forms in France

The "Collective Radio North" already includes Canal FM, Delta FM, Horizon, Mona FM, Metropolys, Galaxy, Radio6, RDL and Radio Calais Detroit
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PARIS�A group of radio stations in the northern part of France has formed a new association to promote digital radio in that region.

The "Collective Radio North" already includes Canal FM, Delta FM, Horizon, Mona FM, Metropolys, Galaxy, Radio6, RDL and Radio Calais Detroit.� The group is "ready to conduct joint actions at all stages of terrestrial digital radio deployment in the region,"�according tolalettre.pro.

The group is open to all small, medium and associations of broadcasters, and aims �to defend the interests of local and regional radio stations, pluralism and diversity of formats.

�Digital radio guarantees the modernization of radio... offers it prospects for development and new services...�Unanimously, we say, 'Yes to digital radio in Nord-Pas-de-Calais' and we are with theCTA of Lilleand theCSAgoing forward."

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