DRM Opens ‘Noticeboard’ for India
The Digital Radio Mondiale Consortium launched in June a new online information web page with India in mind.
This is the first initiative of the new DRM chapter/group for India, which was established a year ago in New Delhi, says DRM. The new “noticeboard” is for the benefit of all stakeholders and members of the public who are interested in making DRM a reality in India.
Led by Yogendra Pal, a former All India Radio senior executive, the Indian chapter brings together AIR, various commercial broadcasters, chipset and receiver manufacturers and OEMs from India and abroad.
Pal described the new initiative as “coming at an opportune time as India is preparing for the introduction of DRM.”
The India Chapter Noticeboard can also be found on the DRM website. “We want all those interested to have an open space to share information, ask questions and get real news about DRM developments and receivers primarily in India,” said Ruxandra Obreja, DRM chairperson.