Four applicants bid for second DAB+ Multiplex licence

Thursday 23 March 2017 | 09:06 CET | News
The German Commission on Licensing and Supervision (ZAK) has received four applications for the second nationwide DAB+ Multiplex licence. Given the volume of applicants, ZAK has now launched its 'Communications Procedure', which involves rounds of talks to determine whether any applicants can agree on a joint application. The four applications are from Digital Audio Broadcasting Platform, Absolut Digital, Media Broadcast Digital Radio and Radi/o Digital.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Media Broadcast
Countries: Germany
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