Goddard offers a blow-by-blow chronicle of the efforts to implement DAB as a replacement for FM and AM radio in Britain, from the deliberations of the Digital Radio Working Group in 2008 to the legislation of the Digital Economy Act during the final days of the Labour government in 2010.This sounds like an extreme solution to a challenging problem, beating consumers with a DAB a#39;sticka#39;. ... DABaonly material as hoped, and very little thata#39;s truly compelling a therea#39;s no a#39;must havea#39; content as with sports aamp; movies on Sky [ TV]. ... Right now, there is not a single mobile phone on sale in the UK that includes the DAB platform, and that situation is unlikely to change because Nokia , Samsung, anbsp;...
|Title||:||DAB Digital Radio: Licensed To Fail|
|Publisher||:||Radio Books - 2010-09|