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Digital radio gaining popularity in the Netherlands - study

Thursday 20 December 2012 | 09:06 CET | News
Around one million people in the Netherlands listen to the radio from their tablet, double the number reported for 2011, according to industry association RAB, based on data from Intomart GfK's Trends in Digital Media. Over two million people aged 13 years and older listen to the radio via their smartphone, and early 4 million from their desktop computer or laptop. More people are expected to listen to the radio digitally in the coming years, not only from the PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet but also in the car. Public and commercial radio stations plan to rollout ether next year, via DAB+.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: GfK
Countries: Netherlands
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