Norway Is Switching Off FM Radio, Starting In 2017

April 21, 2015

The Norway Ministry of Culture has announced that it is going to completely transition towards digital radio by switching off FM radio across the country, starting January 11, 2017 and ending December 13, 2017. Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) will offer listeners in Norway with a wide range of radio channel content. DAB currently offers 22 national channels in Norway compared to the five national channels on FM radio. About 56% of listeners in Norway uses some form of digital radio every day, according to a TNS Gallup survey.

Read more at: http://www.forbes.com/sites/amitchowdhry/2015/04/20/norway-fm-radio/


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