In this special TechCentral podcast, TechCentral editor Duncan McLeod sits down with the experts on digital radio in South Africa to talk about the country’s digital audio broadcasting (DAB+) and Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) trials.
What’s been learnt from the trials, and, perhaps more importantly, when can consumers expect commercial services to be launched?
Also in the podcast, the panel talks about what’s holding back roll-out and adoption of digital radio.
The panellists are Primedia Broadcasting CEO Omar Essack, Southern African Digital Broadcasting Association (Sadiba) chairman Lynn Mansfield, South African DRM consortium member and adviser to Radio Pulpit Chris Joubert, and Dave Cherry, chairman of the Sadiba/National Association of Broadcasters Digital Working Group (focused on DAB+).
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