Biz  |  10 Sep 2019

Cricket commentary has returned to All India Radio; we will have first ever DRM coverage: Shashi Vempati on partnership with BCCI

MUMBAI: After their successful coverage of World Cup 2019, All India Radio (AIR) has now partnered with BCCI to provide live commentary for two ye

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Biz  |  09 Oct 2014

DRM commences in South Africa on Medium Wave

NEW DELHI: South Africa launched its first ever DRM (medium wave) transmission with Radio Pulpit starting a trial on 1440 kHz broadcasting using a

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Biz  |  08 Oct 2014

First DRM AM model receiver produced in India unveiled at IBC 2014

MUMBAI: The Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) Consortium launched the very first DRM AM model receiver that has been produced in India and will be used

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Entertainment  |  31 Mar 2014

Thirty-five of 72 AIR digital transmitters to be ready by end of this calendar year, DRM Consortium told

NEW DELHI: Only 35 transmitters of All India Radio of the 72 cleared for conversion to digital technology cleared by the Planning Commission will b

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Entertainment  |  20 Mar 2014

India does not need DRM or any other form of digital transmission of radio signals: Prashant Panday

MUMBAI: While All India Radio is talking about DRM and digital receivers, private radio players are talking about inventory, growth, audience measu

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Entertainment  |  19 Mar 2014

Indian made digital receivers will serve Indian and other countries

MUMBAI: In the South Asian continent, apart from India, there is not much happening when it comes to analog to digital airwave transition.

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Entertainment  |  13 Mar 2014

Digital radio roll-out in India to figure prominently in DRM General Assembly in London

NEW DELHI: The digital roll-out in India will be examined in detail with the help of Indian contributors at the General Assembly of the DRM Consort

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Entertainment  |  01 Mar 2014

Unanimity on switching over to DRM at Indian meet, AIR applauded for taking lead

NEW DELHI: After understanding that it was difficult to halt the march of technology, several speakers at a full-day conference on Digital Radio Mo

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