By Doug Irwin, CPBE AMD DRB
December 5, 2016
Earlier this year, we reported how RF started using DAB+ to mitigate interference to its FM service in parts of Paris
PARIS — The forward momentum of digital radio has apparently swept up Radio France. We reported several years ago that RFI had no interest in DAB; but earlier this year, we reported how RF started using DAB+ to mitigate interference to its FM service in parts of Paris.
Now letteraudiovisuel.com is reporting that Radio France is in the process of expanding its DAB+ reach. “RFI is expected to soon extend its distribution in France to Lyon, Lille and Strasbourg as the Ministry of Culture and Communication has asked to reserve a place for international radio in calls for applications for digital terrestrial radio on these three cities. The station, which has only one Parisian frequency, out of 89 FM, had already enjoyed a temporary frequency in Marseille...”